September 19-September 30: 8:30-19:45; October 1st-October 9th: 9:30-19:00 (last entry time 18:15); October 10-10 31st; 9:30-17:30; November 1st - March 31st: 9:30-17:30 (last entry time 16:45); January 8th - January 19th: Close maintenance work; April 1st - April 30th: 9:00-17:30 (last entry time 16:45); May 1st - September 4th: 8:30-21:00 (final entry Time 20:45); September 5th - September 18th: 8:30-20:15.
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 0.5-1 hour
Address: Sestiere San Marco 328, 30124 Venice, Italy
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The historic Venetian landmark St. Mark's Bell Tower
St. Mark's Bell Tower has stood on St. Mark's Square since the end of the fifteenth century. It is both the ordinate of the Venetian city and the spatial composition of the square complex. Focus. The beautiful city of Venice, the sparkling lagoon and the rolling Alps are all here.
The five domes below the St. Mark's bell tower are the domes of St. Mark's Church. People always praise Europeans with rigorous and meticulous words. This is true, whether it is the clock tower clock that has been accurate for the past few hundred years, or the dome that needs precision calculation and design. .
8 Euro tickets per person, you can take the elevator to the tower, where you can see the panoramic view of Venice.
The clock tower is next to the church, and it costs 8 euros to enter. We visited the bell tower of St. Mark's Church and the initially clouded sky suddenly opened its eyes, and a clear blue sky appeared in front of us. The beauty of Shuicheng in the rain is fascinating. In June, oleander stretches by the old Gothic iron window, and the sky is full of gray and cool colors. The rosy brick wall shines slightly under the warm sunshine, with a light color and full of dreams. It has the charm of Phoebe's usual charm. The blending of art and life to become a kind of heritage can be seen here.
St. Mark's Bell Tower is part of St. Mark's Cathedral. As the lighthouse of the city on the lagoon, the bell tower has long been regarded by the Venetians as an undisputed landmark of Venice. It is more in Venice than in St. Mark's Cathedral itself. . You can take the elevator to the top of the building and overlook the Venetian city, and even look out over the beautiful Alps in the northwest.