The 17th century Church of San Basso is on the same square (Piazza San Marco) as the St Mark’s Basilica in Venice.
Visit St Mark’s Square in Venice in order to see the top 10 landmarks of the city as well as be fascinated by the historical and architectural heritage of the sites and attractions.
The pincia is one of the oldest traditional Venetian sweets in the region; it is also known as Veneto Bread Pudding. It is usually served during the Christmas holidays and Epiphany period. It is a typical example of peasant cooking using basic ingredients to come up with a delicious treat.
The Vivaldi Museum has many original documents and music sheets on display for its visitors to admire as well as learn more about the history of the Pieta Orphanage. Be sure to take an appointment as it is not open to the public full time!