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Location : Piazza San Marco is located in the centre of the city. It's know as The Piazza.

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Piazza San Marco

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Venice Piazza San Marco -- The Piazza San Marco, or St. Mark's Square, is undoubtedly the most popular tourist destination in Venice Italy. The main sights are centered at and around the piazza of San Marco.

The Basilica of San Marco overlooks one of the most beautiful squares (St Mark's Square) in the world, a real marble salon, the city center for centuries. Next to both the Basilica and the Doge's Palace, all the most important religious and civil ceremonies have always been held there and now the Piazza San Marco is considered Venice's main symbol and tourist attraction.

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Royal San Marco - ( Hotel near the Piazza San Marco of Venice Italy )

Housed in one of the finest palaces in Venice, masterly restored to its ancient splendour, Royal San Marco offers elegant accommodations and a fascinating atmosphere next to Saint Mark’s Square.

Hotel Concordia - ( Hotel close to Piazza San Marco in Venice Italy )

Boasting a title as the only hotel in Venice overlooking St Mark’s Square, this family-run residence is ideally located in the midst of the finest shops, restaurants and cultural attractions.

Albergo Cavalletto & Doge Orseolo - ( Hotel nr by San Marco in Venice Italy )

Opened in 1308, this hotel is one of the oldest in Italy. Located in the historical centre, alongside St. Mark’s Square, it overlooks a romantic waterfront where gondolas are moored.

Heart of the City

Long the political and religious heart of Venice, it’s hard to believe Piazza San Marco was once little more than a monastery garden crossed by a stream. The glittering basilica and Doge’s Palace command the east side of the square, while other stately buildings along its borders have been the backdrop for magnificent processions celebrating victorious commanders, visiting dignitaries and festivals. The western end was remodelled by Napoleon, who wished to construct a royal palace here. Today the piazza continues to bustle, with a museum complex, elegant cafés, live orchestras, costumed Carnival crowds – not to mention duck-boards when it floods.