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    Artists pontificate over the latest exhibits while lounging on cream linen sofas at this contemporary gallery-cafe. During "spritz hour" (6 to 9 p.... More
  • La Speziaria de Venezia

    Indulge your olfactory senses with a bottle of Alcova, the so-called perfume of desire, or some handmade rose-, bergamot-, or lavender-scented soap... More
  • L'Angolo del Passato

    The shop features modern glassware along with rare vintage finds, such as 1940’s glass vases by Carlo Scarpa. More
  • Le Forcole

    An oarlock might not be at the top of your shopping list, but step inside this woodworking shop and you’re likely to change your mind. Designer Sav... More
  • Legatoria Polliero

    The owners of the 62-year-old workshop create their unique handmade papers using a collection of 300 antique Asian printing blocks. The duo specia... More
  • Madera

    Upcoming Italian housewares designers showcase a variety of modern pieces—like streamlined, blown-glass bottles—in this chic white-and-wood shop. ... More
  • Marina e Susanna Sent

    The boutique deals in delciate glassware. More
  • Muranero

    Senegal-born Moulaye Niang is the city’s first African glassmaker. His store sells contemporary jewelry that uses bright colors from his homeland. ... More
  • Museo della Fondazione Querini Stampalia

    The museum has a collection of paintings by Pietro Longhi, is a Modernist reprieve from the city’s Gothic architecture. In the 1960’s, the Veneto-b... More
  • Museo Ebraico

    The museum runs tours of the Jewish Ghetto. You can visit three of the five area synagogues, each with its own character and design. More
  • Naranzaria

    The popular spot features a bottle-stacked bar, illuminated by Ingo Maurer lights, and outdoor chairs that overlook the Grand Canal. More
  • Nicolao Atelier

    To rent a costume for the February Carnevale, come here; The shop carries more than 10,000 period pieces. More
  • Old World Books

    Bibliophiles will bask in the variety of reading materials: everything from rare and used books about Venice to contemporary mysteries autographed ... More
  • Orsoni

    Piece together glass mosaics in Venice under the tutelage of artist Antonella Gallenda in an 1888 glass foundry. Walk away with your very own mast... More
  • Outdoor Markets

    The streets leading to the Rialto Bridge are lined with vendors selling wooden toys, shoes, bags, and hats. Best buys include the multihued furlane... More

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