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Piran

Slovene coastal town

22km

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Nova Gorica

city in Western Slovenia

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Soča Valley

river flows through western Slovenia and northeastern Italy

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Koper

city in southwest Slovenia

38km

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Porec

Poreč is on the Adriatic coast of Croatia in the region of Istria. It is an ancient Roman town that now is very popular with tourists. The beauty of Poreč attracts thousands of visitors every summer which can make the region feel very busy from June to September.

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Trieste

Trieste (Triest in German, Trst in Slovenian and Croatian) is a city in North-East Italy that was once a very influential and powerful centre of politics, literature, music, art and culture under Austrian-Hungarian dominion.

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Skocjan Caves

Divača is a town and municipality in the Coast and Karst region of Slovenia. It is known for the many limestone caves in the area, included the UNESCO listed Škocjan Caves.

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Divača

human settlement

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Triglav National Park

national park in Slovenia

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Pula

town in Istria County, Croatia

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Villach

city in Austria

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Postojna

city in Slovenia

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Bled

town in Slovenia

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Rijeka

city in Croatia

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Venice

city in northeastern Italy, sited on a group of 118 small islands

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Klagenfurt

city in Austria

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Cres

Island of

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Ljubljana

capital city of Slovenia

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Kaprun

part of the Europa Sport Region

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Zell am See

municipality in Austria

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Krk

Island of

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Hallstatt

Hallstatt is a small town overlooking the Hallstätter See (Lake Hallstatt) in the Salzkammergut, in the federal states Upper Austria of Austria.

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Bad Aussee

Bad Aussee is located in Salzkammergut in the federal states Styria, Austria.

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Rimini

Italian comune

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Sights

Burano

island

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San Pietro di Castello (church)

Venice cathedral up to 1807, when the see was transferred to San Marco.

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San Lazzaro degli Armeni

Library with historical manuscripts, collection of works, miniatures and documents of the Armenian history, Monastery Church. Tours in Italian, English, and Armenian. On the small island of San Lazzaro degli Armeni.

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Murano

island in the Venitian Lagoon, Italy

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Venetian Arsenal

shipbuilding factory of the Republic

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San Francesco della Vigna

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San Michele in Isola

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San Giovanni in Bragora

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Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni

Famous painting cycle by Vittore Carpaccio depicting the lives of St.George, Tryphon and Jerome.

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Santa Maria della Pietà, Venice

A church that used to house an orphanage and hospital in the 18th century, it is known among classical music enthusiasts as the church where the Catholic priest and composer Antonio Vivaldi worked for most of his career.

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San Zaccaria, Venice

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Cini Foundation

Multi-functional centre in an old Benedictine dormitory, the heart of the Foundation's library complex

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Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Venice

A fine, huge Dominican church with the tombs of many Doges. It shares its piazza with the fine Renaissance façade of the Scuola San Marco and an equestrian statue of the mercenary (condottiere) captain Bartolomeo Colleoni. Look out for the testicles (coglioni in Italian - it's a lousy pun) on his coat of arms!

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Santa Maria Formosa

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I Gesuiti, Venice

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Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Venice

A perfect jewel box church, simple in form but ornamented with fine exterior marble facings.

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St Mark's Basilica

Saint Mark's Basilica is on the Piazza San Marco and is one of the highlights of a visit to Venice. As with most churches in Italy, you must be dressed appropriately to be allowed in; this means no short skirts or bare shoulders. You are not allowed to carry large bags or rucksacks inside, sometimes even small daypacks may need to be deposited. Storage is available just around the corner from the main entrance (free of charge). Filming and photography is forbidden so be prepared in advance. The visit within the basilica lasts ten minutes. Waiting for entry into the basilica can last up to five or so hours and it may be wise to use a ticket service to reserve your visit (reservation costs €2, official tickets at venetoinside.com). Once you have a reservation you can take the group entrance on the left, where you hand in the printout of your reservation.

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St Mark's Clocktower

Having been closed for restoration for many years, the restored astronomical clock is now visible. The fascinating tour of the clock mechanism (and rooftop bell) can only be visited on a guided tour, in English: Mon-Wed at 10:00 and 11:00, on other days at 14:00 and 15:00, in French Mon-Wed at 14:00 and 15:00, advance reservation required online or by phone at +39 041 5209070. A MUVE museum.

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San Zulian

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St Mark's Campanile

The current tower dates from 1912; an exact replica of the previous tower which collapsed in 1902. The top of the tower offers great views of Venice and the lagoon.

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San Giovanni Grisostomo, Venice

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Museo Correr

Interesting collection of globes, starting from the 16th century. There is also an only library hall, an archeological museum of Roman antiques and an important picture gallery. The museum offers a tour of Venetian history. Remarkable painting gallery with masterpieces of the 14th to 16th cent from Venice, works of the Venetian sculpture Canova, studies on urban development and social life. At the end of your visit, don't miss the museum art cafe, with their tables on the San Marco Square. A MUVE museum.

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San Salvador, Venice

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Rialto Bridge

The bridge has become one of Venice's most recognizable icons and has a history that spans over 800 years. Today's Rialto Bridge was completed in 1591 and was used to replace a wooden bridge that collapsed in 1524.

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San Giacomo di Rialto

This church is possibly the oldest church in Venice built around 421. It is most recognized for its 15th-century clock above the entrance of the church. It is also recognized for the red pillars and beautiful gold accents around the church itself.

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Santa Maria della Salute

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La Fenice

One of the best opera houses in the world. Info at Bigletteria Hello Venezia Call Center ☏ +39 041 2424. You can also visit this historic theater with an audioguide (good explanations in several languages). The theater is an identical reconstruction (rebuilt in 2003) of the previous theater building that burned down in 1996.

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Madonna dell'Orto

With the grave and 10 paintings of Tintoretto.

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Fortuny Museum

Collection of paintings and lamps. A MUVE museum.

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Ca' Pesaro

Beautiful palace housing the gallery of modern art focusing on Italian art in the 19th century as well as the Marco Polo Museum, a rich collection mainly of Asian exhibits (fabrics, clothes, armours, porcelain). A MUVE museum.

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Il Redentore

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Peggy Guggenheim Collection

The Peggy Guggenheim Museum offers a personal collection of modern art collected by Peggy Guggenheim. Peggy was an American married to modern artist Max Ernst, and funded a number of his contemporaries. The gallery includes a sculpture garden and works by Picasso, Kandinsky, Tanguy, Duchamp, Pollock, Dali, and Mondrian.

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Santo Stefano, Venice

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Gesuati

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San Simeone Piccolo

The last church built in Venice. One of the things that it is recognized for is the fact that they celebrate Tridentine Mass on Sundays. It is also recognized for its dome because it is used to make the church look taller than it is and the dome itself is entirely covered with lead sheet.

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Carmini

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San Giobbe

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San Sebastiano, Venice

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Grado

Italy
Grado is a seaside town in province Gorizia of Friuli-Venezia Giulia Italy.

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