We spent a lovely morning touring this beautiful and unique palace. It's a must to see in Venice! It's reasonably priced and we were lucky viewing it in March there were no queues and it wasn't overly busy. You gain an excellent insight into the history of Venice and it's ruling Doges and their families. It's well laid out, there are fascinating artefacts and artwork and English translations in each room. We walked over the bridge of sighs to the prison which was amazing! I am not a museum buff however this palace was fascinating and gave us a true feel for the history of this amazing city
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