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3 secret places of Venice

Secret Places, Venice, Italy, Ca Zenobio Palace gardens

Venice has few internationally known tourist attractions and is flooded with tourists all year round. Those who want to discover other places, those who want to stay away from crowds have the opportunity to see "secret" places of Venice.

Visit the islands of Venice, with palaces, gardens and archaeological sites less known. Here are some hidden attractions, but worth a visit on a holiday in Venice:

Palace and garden Ca'Zenobio

Those who want to walk in nature and see works of art can go Ca'Zenobio. This is an eighteenth century palace, located in the Dorsoduro district of Venice. Palace often hosts art exhibitions, in sumptuous surroundings. It can and lives in a part of the palace.

Garden Palace is famous for her beauty. Visitors can admire roses, palms, cypresses, ferns and citrus plant. Tourists can visit the palace and garden access for a ticket for 3 Euros.

Vecchi border della Repubblica

Vecchi border della Repubblica is a building previously used as a granary. Isola della Giudecca is located in, centuries ago in the granary is deposited grain to feed the population of Venice in times of war or famine. Today, they also have conferences, meetings, exhibitions and various other events. Visits to the old granary of Venice can be done from spring to autumn.

Garden Peggy Guggenheim

Peggy Guggenheim was an art collector who left Venice one of its most important museums. American home, Peggy Guggenheim lived in the United States, France and England, until it has been established in Venice. In 1949, the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, Peggy Guggenheimse he first exhibited art collection. From permanent museum exhibition here is part Nasher Sculpture Garden, a section of works of art signed by Miro, Kandinsky and other artists. Tourists pay 12 Euros for entry.