Each year, over one million people visit the Doge's Palace, easily one of the most stunning landmarks in Venice. This Gothic masterpiece was once the living quarters of the Doge, or duke, of Venice—and it's styled and furnished accordingly. The magnificent building is filled with many of the best exhibitions in the realms of art, history, and religious symbolism. Just keep in mind that there's a lot of royal splendor for your eyeballs to soak in, so you'll want to plan (and maybe stretch) accordingly.
The Roman Catholic church of San Martino was originally founded in the 10th century; however, it... Read more