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Admire the gold mosaics and colored marble of St. Mark's Basilica, float down past impressive palaces on the Canal Grande, and find delicious meals ...Show synopsisAdmire the gold mosaics and colored marble of St. Mark's Basilica, float down past impressive palaces on the Canal Grande, and find delicious meals at restaurants still frequented by locals--"Rick Steves' Venice 2009" allows any traveler to experience all that the city has to offer--economically and hassle-free. Rick offers expert advice on visiting the must-see sights, from the iconic Rialto Bridge to the Venice's top art museum, the "Accademia." Also included are tips for avoiding the crowds and exploring Venice's back lanes and local hangouts. With complete museum tours and detailed walks, "Rick Steves' Venice 2009" is a tour guide that fits in your pocket.Hide synopsis
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