Visit St. Mark's Campanile, the bell tower of St. Mark's Basilica in Piazza San Marco
See the panoramic view of Venice from the top of the St. Mark's Campanile
Learn the history of Venice with the help of a downloadable audio guide
Click stunning images of the location where Galileo Galilei unveiled his revolutionary invention, the telescope!
Activity Location: Piazza San Marco, 328, Venice
Activity Timings: 09:45 AM -07:00 PM
Activity Duration: 2-3 Hours (Approx.)
About St. Mark's Campanile, Venice:
Ascend to new heights of wonder and awe at the St. Mark's Campanile in Venice. Feel the essence of this magnificent city as you gaze upon a breathtaking 360-degree view from the top of the iconic bell tower. Marvel at the beauty of the Venetian lagoon, with its glistening waters and charming islands. Admire the architectural splendor of Venice, from the majestic St. Mark's Basilica to the intricate network of canals and bridges. Take in the ever-changing light that paints the city in a different hue throughout the day, creating a truly magical atmosphere. With its rich history and captivating vistas, a visit to this attraction is a must for everyone. Book your tickets for St Mark's Campanile and elevate your Venice experience to new heights.
About the St Marks Campanile Tickets:
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St. Mark's Campanile, also known as the Bell Tower of St. Mark's Basilica, is an iconic landmark located in Venice, Italy. It is a tall tower situated in St. Mark's Square, right next to St. Mark's Basilica. The Campanile stands at approximately 98 meters (323 feet) tall and has a distinct, elegant design that is characteristic of Venetian architecture.
It is highly recommended to book St. Mark’s Campanile tickets in advance, especially during the peak season from April to October. The tower is very popular and the queue can be very long, sometimes up to 2 hours or more. By booking online, you can skip the line and save time and hassle.
The best time to visit St. Mark's Campanile to avoid crowds is either early in the morning or late in the afternoon. During these times, there are typically fewer tourists, allowing for a more peaceful and enjoyable experience on the observation deck. Weekdays, especially Tuesday through Thursday, may also offer less crowded conditions compared to weekends. Consider visiting during the shoulder season (spring or fall) for a quieter atmosphere overall.
St. Mark’s Campanile is a famous bell tower in Venice, Italy, that offers a stunning view of the city and the lagoon. According to the web search results, the operating hours of St. Mark’s Campanile are as follows:
Yes, people with disabilities can visit St. Mark’s Campanile. The only way to access the campanile is by elevator, which can accommodate wheelchairs and strollers.
Yes, photography is allowed at St. Mark’s Campanile. There is no restriction on taking pictures from the belfry loggia, which offers a stunning view of the city and the lagoon, note that photography is not allowed inside St. Mark’s Basilica, which is located near the campanile.
The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 1 business hours of successful booking.
In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.
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