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Flight schedule Deauville - Venice

  • On sunday on 8 nov 2020
  • On wednesday on 11 nov 2020

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Destination information

Flight Time Deauville-Venice : 01h30

Capital City : Rome
Language : Italian
Currency: Euro
Time difference: none

Things to see and do

Places not to be missed :

Saint Mark's Square

Before being the magnificent square that we know today, piazza San Marco was originally a vegetable garden crossed by the Rio Batario and which belonged to the Sisters of San Zaccaria. It has evolved since then, offering historical ans architectural treasures mixed with the very special atmosphere of this very dynamic place by its many visitors and its various cafes and restaurants. Saint Mark's Square is also famous for its impressive number of fearless pigeons that mingle with the crowd of visitors.

Saint Mark's Basilica

Saint Mark's Basilica was built in 828 ans was rebuilt at the end of the 11th century after being ravaged by flames in 976. It was built on the model of the Basilica of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople which no longer exists today. Hence its very oriental aspect with its five large dome and its 12 000 m2 of gold mosaics inside and outside the building.

The Bridge of Sighs

Built in 1602 by Antonio Da Ponte (the same who built the Rialto Bridge) to connect the Doge's Palace to the New Prison, its name comes from the sighs of the convicts when they crossed the bridge to go to prison, because it was the last time he saw the outside. It was also called a sarcophagus because fully closed, it prevented prisoners from escaping and outsiders from hearing their cries of suffering.

The Rialto Bridge

The Rialto Bridge, named after the left band district, is a reference to Venice. It is one of the oldest bridges among the four that span the Grand Canal. It was built by the aptly named Da Ponte, and remained until the 19th century, the only birdge connecting the two parts of Venice. On each side of the bridge, you will notice Saint Theodore, patron of Venice at the time of the Byzantine hold and the patron Saint Marc. This charming covered bridge with twelve arches in front and behind houses shops where you will be tempted to go shopping...

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