The westernmost area of the city is rich in quiet, shadowy squares and picturesque houses where both venetian and foreigner people live: in the first years of the XXth century this was the favourite place of the british residents who attended the anglican church in San Vio square. Beautiful views on the lagoon and Giudecca island are among the attractions of this area. We could end our walk through the alleys and small squares with a visit into the rich church of San Sebastiano, that presents one the most armonious and interesting interiors among the venetian churches, decorated with the extraordinary canvases painted by the great artist Paolo Veronese in the second half of XVIth century.
Duration: minimum 2 hours
Extra costs: entrance into church