St. Mark's Bell Tower

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After the visit of the St. Mark's Basilica, climb the exhilarating St.Mark's Belltower. With its approximately 100 meters (over 300 feet) in height, it is the tallest building in the lagoon city, and it's a crucial symbol of the Venetian civilization evolution. A curious note is that the local calls it "el paròn de casa" - or the master of the house. Once a humble lightship, the brick structure later became imposing and monumental. The bell-tower was the first landmark to appear to those coming from the sea. However, the last century marked a tragic event as on a summer morning at the beginning of the twentieth century, the St.Mark's Belltower crumbled, becoming a pile of rubble. So today's structure is a replica of its predecessor. The bell-tower offers a spectacular bird's eye view from the top. To enjoy it, you can get a ticket directly on-site or book in advance. You can use the elevator, which makes the task easier. The visit is for approximately half an hour. Once on the top and in good weather conditions, you can also see the closest to Venice islands. Among them, also Murano. Photo credit: Design Your Italy
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  • P.za San Marco, 30124 Venezia VE, Italy
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    Category Price Restrictions
    Standard 8.00 EUR
    Group 4.00 EUR
    Students 8.00 EUR
    Kids 4.00 EUR Under 18
    Seniors 8.00 EUR
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