Ca' Rezzonico


This beautiful palace on the banks of the Grand Canal is a prime example of the sumptuous Venetian Rococo. The museum inside is dedicated to the 18th century Renaissance period, and is a must-visit on a hot or cold day.

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Beautiful exterior, stunning interior

The Ca' Rezzonico Palace impresses with its front façade facing the Grand Canal, but its size seems to blend in with the other houses.

The biggest "wow-effect" awaits you in the halls inside the palace. Beautifully decorated ceilings with Renaissance paintings by famous artists are complemented by beautiful period furniture, wallpapers, paintings and magnificent tapestries.

Admission and opening hours

Open daily from 11:00 to 17:00, until 18:00 in summer. Last entry is possible 1 hour before closing time.

To enter, pay 10 eur, or 40 eur with a "museum pass" containing other sights. Students and children pay only 7,50 eur.

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