Venice: the most unique city in the world

The UNESCO World Heritage property comprises the city of Venice and its lagoon situated in the Veneto Region of Northeast Italy.

In little Venice, everything is imposing. Nature and art come together in a perfect union.

The whole city is an extraordinary architectural masterpiece containing works by some of the world’s greatest artists such as Giorgione, Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese and others.

On the other hand, nature reigns supreme: this lagoon covers 70,176.4 ha.

Venice and its lagoon have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 for the uniqueness and singularity of its cultural values, consisting of an exceptional historical, archaeological, urban, architectural, artistic and cultural heritage, integrated in an environmental context , natural and extraordinary landscape.

To admire all of Venice it would take a lifetime, but here are some stops not to be missed: navigating the canals in a gondola, tasting a coffee with a view, admiring the Doge’s Palace.


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