Very nice spot for viewing the city and the gondolas. Lots of people, so just be patient, it gets a bit crowded.
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The bridge over the Grand Canal is made of timber and we were told that it was the only timber bridge in Venice. In any case, it was built as a temporary bridge but has remained ever since. The laneways that lead from the bridge...More
A place in Venice must visit. A bridge made of wood and lots of locks as a symbol of love. For photographers a good place to take some snaps of sunrise and sunset.
It's a wooden bridge which leads to the greatest works of art, ever. This time around, it was the great master Philip Guston. Thank heavens for that LOVE Gerald Thomas
Far less crowded than the Rialto Bridge and with much better views of the Grand Canal than it’s more famous rival. There has been a bridge on or around this site for hundreds of years, although the current structure was opened in the 1930’s. One...More
I have many memories associated with this sturdy and attractive bridge which offers a convenient crossing place as well as space to take great photos of the Grande Canal. Take in the views as you cross or chill and have a leisurely lunch in the...More
This is one of the few bridges over the Grand Canal, and is not crowded with as many tourists as the one at Rialto. On the south side is the Academia itself, and behind that you can find a good restaurant called Agli Alboretti -...More