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Considered the true heart of Venice, this landmark bridge, characterized by its 24-foot arch, is built on approximately 12,000 wooden pilings that still support the bridge more than 400 years after it was built.
All reviews beautiful bridge both sides lots of shops selfie sticks fish market early in the morning grande canal take pictures visit venice water taxi gondola ride rialto tourists landmark souvenirs vendors beauty
Rialto Bridge is a highlight of Venice. Easy to get to via water taxi or walking from St Marks Square and always busy with tourists among myriads of shops. You can spend the day just shopping the bridge as it spans the grand canal with...More
What a joke. It was a ZOO of tourists and businesses, many cheap tourist trap types. It was November, and everyone local commented on how crowded it was. The historic flooding was just in abatement by November 1-2 but yet it was terribly crowded. Not...More
A very impressive site from either side as it spans the grand canal. Quite a number of steps to climb to get a view from the centre so don't leave it to your last task for the day. Pity commercialism rules the day now and...More
The Rialto is where the commerce has been taking pace for hundreds of years, and the buzz in this area is truly amazing. The massive bridge over the Grand Canal is impressive, with shops above too! The boats unload the shipments at this quay and...More
Was very excited to see this based on childhood readings of The Merchant of Venice, but was a bit underwhelming. There's a lot of shops in this market, go early in the morning to get a sense of the atmosphere.
My family and i went in summer , so it was completly packed of turists.
that made it less nice but i dont take the credits away of the Ponte di Rialto because it self is a gorgeous bridge that shows you the big canal...More
Don't think you could miss the Rialto bridge in Venice if you tried, a key landmark and one of the main crossings over the Grand Canal, we must have used it a dozen times in a couple of days.
Always busy with sightseers and photographers,...More
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighborhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.
Steps and it’s kind of the highest in bridges on the grand canal. That’s for all bridges across the canals, steps that is. But doable very easily unless you have any physical ailments (bad back and so on)
Hi, Hotel Rialto will be perfect for you. Extremely easy access via water taxi which stops about 50m from the hotel. You will be in the main tourist area with plenty of restaurants and shops. Can you read my review of Hotel... More
Hi, Hotel Rialto will be perfect for you. Extremely easy access via water taxi which stops about 50m from the hotel. You will be in the main tourist area with plenty of restaurants and shops. Can you read my review of Hotel Rialto. Enjoy Venice!