The best webcams in Venice

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You’ve been dreaming about your trip to Venice since forever? Choosing the right period? You’ve already reserved your apartment but you can’t stop thinking about the beautiful island? If you’ve already browsed through beautiful pictures of the lagoon city that are found online (and all those available on our blogFacebook page, and Instagram), then it is time you dedicate yourself to Venice’s webcams. 

There are many; public, private, placed on certain palaces, up high in strategic places. If you want to monitor the weather, lighting, crowds or traffic on the Grand Canal, webcams are meant for you. So here then are some suggestions to uncover some of the more interesting webcams in Venice:

 

Rialto Bridge

Here it is, the most famous bridge in Venice, immortalized on live stream directed on the crowded Riva del Carbon and part of the Grand Canal that is aimed towards the Rialto Bridge and San Marco.

 

Grand Canal

Well, here not only can you see the beautiful part of the Grand Canal and enjoy the sunset, but you can hear audio of all that happens in front of Ca’ Farsetti and Ca’ Loredan, the Palaces that host the Venice’s City Hall.

 

San Marco Basin- Riva degli Schiavoni 

Surely one of the most spectacular webcams in Venice. Admire the sunset directed towards the Basilica della Salute and all the frenzy that goes along with the visitors in Piazza San Marco.

 

San Marco Basin – Island of San Giorgio

What happens right in the middle of Piazza San Marco? How many cruise ships have floated by the Doge’s Palace? But above all, how many marvelous colors are revealed on the beautiful Palladian façade of the San Giorgio Church during the day?

 

San Marco Basin – Giardini della Biennale

Being directed towards Lido it makes you think automatically of summer. This webcam is pointed on the sea, a perfect webcam to consult if you want to pass the day along the Venetian coast.

 

 Venice’s Municipal webcams

Public webcams. Technology isn’t at its max, but nevertheless there are some privileged points of observations, from Murano to San Marco.

 

Other Webcams:

Piazza San Marco

Palazzo Cini  (Dorsoduro)

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