The clock in St. Mark's Square displays the time, the dominant Zodiac sign and the current phase of the moon.
Inside the Bridge of Sighs, a bridge that connects the old prisons to the interrogation rooms in the Doge's Palace.
Campo Giovanni e Paolo is home to the Santi Giovanni e Paolo Church (left) and the Ospedale Civile or Public Hospital.
A couple strolls along the Zattere, a waterfront promenade that runs along the southern shore of the Dorsoduro district.
Sip on a cocktail in the historic Café Quadri and listen to its orchestra or the chiming of St. Mark's bells.
The Hotel Danieli features hand-carved marble columns and antique pieces dating back to the 14th, 19th and 20th centuries.
Spices are kept in the window at Corte Sconta, a restaurant that prides itself on serving fresh seafood.
German and Italian Jews lived in the Ghetto Nuovo in the early 1500s.
The Lido encloses the Lagoon of Venice, and it's a great place for tourists to bathe in the sun's rays.
Head to Mondonovo to pick up a handmade mask for your next masquerade party.
A couple stands in front of the Rialto Bridge.
A boat heads to Murano, a small island known for its history of impeccable glassmakers.
San Giorgio Maggiore is home to the Cini Foundation Arts Center and Teatro Verde, an open-air theater.
A woman explores the beautiful Renaissance architecture of the Scuola Grande di San Rocco.
A photographer captures the reflection of Campo San Giacomo dell 'Orio in Venice.