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Views of Venice from the Campanile di San Marco

Campanile di San Marco

Piazza San Marco at sunset, as seen from the Grand Canal

The Campanile di San Marco, the bell tower of St. Mark’s, is one of the most iconic symbols of the city of Venice. Standing at 323 meters tall, the Campanile offers unparalleled views of Venice from the top. For 8 euros, you can easily hop an elevator up to the top and enjoy breathtaking views. The current Campanile was rebuilt in 1913 after it collapsed in 1912, but it is a replica of the one that has stood in this location for nearly 1000 years.

Here are the views you’ll see:

Views of St MarkPiazza San Marco as seen from the campanileSt. Mark

An ocean of red-tiled rooftops spread out before you, and glimpses into the other islands in the Venetian Lagoon.

St. MarkVenice

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