Campanile di San Marco in Venice

Don’t forget to click a photo from the top of the tower of Campanile di San Marco.

Don’t forget to click a photo from the top of the tower of Campanile di San Marco. | Photo credit: HarshLight/Flickr

Campanile di San Marco Overview

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Don’t miss standing atop the bell tower of Campanile di San Marco when you are in Venice. Fret not for you don’t have to climb the stairs to go all that way up and see the breath-taking views of the city, an elevator ride makes it easy for you. Standing tall at 318 feet, the Campanile di San Marco is the highest structure in Venice. If the weather is favourable, you might be able to view the picturesque snow-capped Dolomite Mountains as well.

  Constructed in 15th century, the structure was rebuilt in 1912. Originally, there were five bells named as Marangona, Trottiera, Nona, Mezza Terza and Maleficio at the tower, now, however, only Marangona- the largest bell remains.

  • Opening Closing Time 9 am to 4:30 pm

  • Photo Opp

    Capture the bird’s eye view of the city standing atop the bell tower from here.
  • Entrance Fee €8

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Location

Piazza San Marco, 30124 Venezia, Italy