Everyone knows about the main attractions in Venice: St. Mark's Square with the Basilica, the Bell Tower and Doge's Palace, the Rialto Bridge, and the Grand Canal.
But Venice is also much more. It is a city where every canal, every street, and every square offer splendid views, with a wealth of history and art. The best way to enjoy Venice is to explore it on foot, get lost in the streets and fields, enter the artisan shops and eat in the small taverns and in the many bacari, as wine bars are called in Venetian.
Venice is part of an archipelago of islands, each with a unique beauty, even the least known, such as Torcello, Sant'Erasmo, Mazzorbo, Lazzaretto Nuovo, Certosa, Vignole, Pellestrina, and many others.