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This campo located at the east approach of the Rialto Bridge is home to the eponymous church and a large monument to Carlo Goldoni. As with most campo’s it is also home to bars, restaurants and shops. It is a very busy campo.
Date of experience: April 2019
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
Nice and warm square just 100 meters by walk to Rialto's bridge. Its location is probably what makes this square particularly busy and always crowded. That doesn't mean that you can't sit down, eat your meal and taste the beautiful atmosphere of this place.
The Campo San Bartolomeo is a very busy and bustling located not 60 seconds from the Rialto bridge.
As such there is always plenty going on. When I visited there was a lively market selling all sorts of articles. Definitely worth spending a few minutes...More
This is a lively square in the middle of the tourist trap between the Rialto bridge and St Mark’s Square. Quite a few tours leave from here so it is a good navigational point to learn. Just remember our local guide told us - if...More
This is a lively square in the heart of Venice steps from the Rialto Bridge. In the center of the square is the statue to Carlo Goldoni. You have to look hard to find the façade of the Church of Bartolomeo which is closed for...More
Campo San Bortolmeo is considered the socio-commercial heart of the city of Venice, and in the middle is the monument to Carlo Goldoni. This is a very busy Campo as only a short distance from the Rialto.
The most famous sestiere (district) in Venice has one of the world's most famous squares, St. Mark's (Piazza San Marco). Anchored on one end by the basilica, clustered around it are restaurants, museums, shops, orchestras playing in the square, pigeons, the grand pink Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale), the soaring campanile bell tower, an astrological clock tower, plus gorgeous cafes and restaurants like Florian and
Quadri. Piazza San Marco is beloved by Venetians themselves. They book a table anytime, which offers a buffer from the fray. This grand outdoor drawing room attracts Venetians for a stroll too, especially late in the afternoon when the hoards of daytrippers thin out. It's simply a grand place to meet.