Piazza VeneziaCurrently Open
- Address: Piazza Venezia, Roma, Italy, 00187, Rome
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +39-060608
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Church, Monument, Plaza, Square, Family And Kids, Landmarks, Historic And Protected Sites
Piazza Venezia - Review
The geometric centre of Rome, this is also one of the most prime squares of Rome. The square is named after Cardinal Venezia who was responsible for the construction of his palace Palazzao Venezia in 1455, which later also became the seat of 'Serenissima' (Republic of Venice).
The square is flanked with important structures on its all sides including Palazzetto Venezia, Assicurazioni Generali (general insurance company), Palazzo Bonaparte (home of Napolean’s Mother), church of San Marco and Palazzo delle Aste and the Monument of Victor Emmanuel.
One of the major and most beautiful squares in Rome, the Piazza Venezia has a rich historical significance attached to it. The picturesque square has it all to make for a great attraction. The Piazza Venezia tickets are free of cost, still you can easily opt for the Piazza Venezia tour tickets. The Piazza Venezia tours will guide you with the history of this particular attraction.
How To reach Piazza Venezia by Public Transport
- Bus 51, N25, 85, 87, 118 Subway line MEB1, MEB (Laurentine) to stop Cavour
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Things to Know Before Visiting Piazza Venezia
9.41% of people who visit Rome include Piazza Venezia in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
53.57% of people start their Piazza Venezia visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Piazza Venezia
73.44% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Piazza Venezia
Piazza Venezia Trips
Piazza Venezia, Rome Reviews
Gorgeous monument with beautiful architecture. There are many people trying to take the picture. So, morning is the time when you can take your time for the picture. Evenings are the best time to take a perfect shot (after sun down) as there is no anti light from the south. But a lot of tourists are there at that time. I would recommend also to see the place at night. It looks even amazing at night.
Rome is full of history. It just pops out of the ground and jumps from every street corner. Some old, some not so old, and some modern. It's an amazing city and this place is stunning in its own right despite its fairly young age compared to its neighbours. One review said they were bitterly disappointed-they clearly know nothing about architecture. Taking their review literally means you'd be disappointed in Rome if you've ever been to Egypt. This isn't the case at all. Rome is stunning and this complements it beautifully.
Astonishing place at first. Get there early morning before the swaths of tourists show up. This the spot where everyone takes pictures, tourist groups show up, and vendors everywhere Definitely buy a package that covers the Doge's Palace, St. Marks church, and a boat tour of Venice. It's $125 a person, but you skip the enormous lines for the palace and the church. The bout tour is awesome and a great way to end your Venice trip.
All of Venice is historic. Average building was constructed in the mid to late 1500. Canals every where. Not straight forward way of getting around. The water taxis are your best mode of transport unless you enjoy a good walk. Water taxis are around euro 20 per day for an adult and euro 10 for under 10 years.
There are several museums housed in the Piazza Venezia. It contains an architectural museum, the museum of the army, the tomb of the unknown soldier as well as several others. The building itself is a work of art. Statues, columns, paintings a sea of marble exquisitely detailed. Plan on spending the good part of the day.