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Doge's Palace Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is it located?

    Doge's Palace is located in the famous Piazza San Marco in Venice.

  • Is it open everyday?

    Yes, it is open everyday, with slightly different hours during the weekends.

  • What are some nearby attractions?

    The Bridge of Sighs, Teatro La Fenice and Rialto Bridge are a few of the beautiful attractions neraby.

Exploring Doge's Palace

Built in a Venetian Gothic style, this museum displays a wide collection of Renaissance art from the likes of Titian and Bellini. During the summertime, you can tour the museum under the moonlight as the museum is open until 11pm.

Accommodations near Doge's Palace

There is a range of options for all travellers such as Wifi equipped amenities, gym, fitness centres, and complimentary breakfast. The most popular hotel in Venice is the Venice Heaven apartments Awana Gana Ca Giulia, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended San Francesco 3110 in Venice as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Doge's Palace

- St. Mark's Square

Piazza San Marco (for puritans) and its magnificent basilica are the most imposing, set just a step from the Starhotel Splendid. Here you’ll find the Doge’s Palace, the Clock Tower, with its amazing astrological clock, and the nearby Rialto Bridge, the city’s icon.

- Rialto Bridge

The first place many will head to is the Rialto Bridge, Venice's first (and oldest) stone bridge on the Grand Canal. Completed in 1591, its dramatic ramps and graceful arches and portico are probably best seen from the canal below—although it can be fun to explore its shops. The bridge is named after the Rialto area itself, the site of Venice's market since 1097. Today those markets are still a draw, for tourists and locals alike, especially the open-air fish market of the Campo della Pescheria.

Transportation near Doge's Palace

Transportation in the ancient city itself is by water or foot power, with no option for road-going vehicles. Comfortable shoes and a map are all you need to explore this beautiful, romantic city.

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