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Shopping of Venice

Since its foundation, Venice was best known for commerce. Little has changed over time because nowadays visitors can find most luxurious brands, as well as local artisan products in numerous shops in the city center. Venice is also famous for the products of glass and its Murano glass that was produced here for centuries. When it comes to world famous retail chains, the selection is rather limited in the city center, because these shops are mostly located in big malls on the mainland, away from the reach of most tourists. On this page you can find our advice on shopping in Venice.


T Fondaco luxury shopping mall

T Fondaco luxury shopping mall

A large new luxury shopping mall has recently been opened in Venice. The historic building Fondaco dei Tedeschi was transformed in a beautiful shopping mall on three floors, while preserving most of the original architectural features combined with contemporary style, so creating an incredible ambient. Finally, on the last level of the building there are terraces with the most magnificent view, free of charge.

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Luxury shopping zone in Venice

Luxury shopping zone in Venice

The most important shopping area in Venice is Calle Larga XXII Marzo. It is located near the central square of St. Marco, and here one can find shops of the Italian and international luxury brands. The date 22 March, after which the street got its name, has a great significance for Venice.

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Shopping around Rialto Bridge

Shopping around Rialto Bridge

In close proximity of the Rialto Bridge starts the street Calle delle Acque that, complete with the streets of Merceria del Capitello and Merceria S. Yulian creates the most urban shopping area in Venice. Here, visitors can find brands like Max Mare, Marina Rinaldi, Bata, Pinko, Coccinelle and many others.

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Nave de Vero shopping mall

Nave de Vero shopping mall

Nave de Vero is a large shopping mall that is located on the mainland of Venice. It is not at all known among tourist, but it offers a large selection of international and Italian brands that are all hard to find or non available in Venice.

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Vintage shopping in Venice

Vintage shopping in Venice

Venice is a small city and tourists generally stroll along only two or three main streets. It cannot be expected that Venice may have numerous vintage shops, such as Paris or Milan. Yet one, but truly worth a visit is L'Armadio di Coco.

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