The crypt it's really cool At night it really impress because of the lights. Nearby the streets are also amazing and at night there is one bar really nice too.
Lovely calm church full of art but for us the highlight was the crypt with its fantastic golden altar piece - entrance to this was through an indistinct door behind a table selling postcards towards the back on the right hand side of the church . Fragments of mosaic floors from previous churches built on the same site (one I... More
Situated on the quiet Campo San Zaccaria which is named after this church. The Campo is easily accessed through a narrow calle opposite the S Zaccaria boat landing on the Lagoon waterfront. It is one of the most famous churches in Venice and not to be missed. The Church is dedicated to St. Zacharias, the father of John the Baptist,... More
Not as grandiose as some of Venice it does have a beauty and calmness that does seem to tell you to slow down . If you come for the body of the father to John the baptist you will find it on the right hand side of the church as you enter all light up with an inscription below ,... More
This little church is located to the left of the Hotel Savoia and Yolanda. It is not open all day, so check the website for hours. Inside, you will find the viewable body of San Zaccaria, the father of John the Baptist. This is the closest you will ever come to being an arm's length away from a direct relative... More
As soon as you walk through the door you are overwelmed by a sense peace and serenity. Looking up, the artwork is astounding. Your visit should be completed by paying the one euro entrance fee to visit the crypt.
I hit this every time I'm in Venice, which frankly, is not enough. I go there for the lovely little square, Campo San Zaccaria, and the beautiful picture painted by Bellini (fortunately they've installed a light box to illluminate it--bring your 50-cent euro coins). It's on the left side, and will usually have a gaggle of tourists gazing at it.... More
Chiesa di San Zaccaria is located in the Castello District of Venice, just a short, pleasant walk from Piazza San Marco. The Church has frontage to Campo San Zaccaria with facade details capturing renaissance and gothic styles. The Church is adorned with some beautiful artwork which are well signed. Make sure to the decent into the crypt and see the... More
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