Venice, the city of canals. In contrast to the
Renaissance focus of Florence, Venice offers visitors a cross-section
of art and history from the Byzantine
era through the 20th
We offer two ways
to tour Venice:
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360: this is the "Full Monty" approach,
12 360-degree spherical panoramas with links to videos, maps, and
webpages that highlight the main treasures of each site
Web Tour: this is a less
graphics-intensive tour that features a clickable image map that will
open web pages on each of the sites.
360 Virtual Tour
This series of interlocking 360-degree panoramas contains the same
sites as the map below, but in a sequence moving from the southern tip
of the island (the Peggy Guggenheim Museum) to the northernmost point
in the tour (the Rialto Market). The links embedded within the panos is
explained in the tour.
to visit the
sites below, either click on the map "hotspots" indicated where the
cursor changes into a hand, or click on the sites listed in
alphabetical order in the table below. In either case, a separate
window will open. Simply click on the "Close" button at the bottom of
each page to return to this map.
*Sites marked VT contain separate map tours of
their respective areas