Known as the icon of Venice, Doge's Palace was built in the 14th century to be the residence of the Doge, the head of a governing system that existed for a thousand years before it was abolished. The palace, with its grand and ornate rooms, is a glance into the past glories of the former Venetian Republic, and definitely a must-visit when you're in town. See the exquisite Golden Staircase and learn more about the history of the Doges before continuing your journey to explore the nearby Correr Museum, National Archaeological Museum, and Biblioteca Marciana!
The gothic architecture of Doge's Palace really is an awe-inspiring sight
Walking down the hallways, you will be transported back to the heyday of the Venetian Republic
Savor the charm of the floating city of Venice