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Basilica dei Frari

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Scuola Grande di San Rocco

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The Leonardo da Vinci Museum is located in the San Polo area in Venice.
It is on the border of the districts known as Santa Croce and Dorsoduro. Historically, the most important area of San Polo is Rialto, with its famous bridge.

Below is a tour that encompasses the architectural wonders that surround the Leonardo da Vinci Museum.

Basilica dei Frari - 2 minutes

The Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, known as the Frari, is the biggest church in Venice. It is behind the Leonardo da Vinci Museum and, therefore, is easy to reach.

Saint Mark’s Square - 8 minutes

Saint Mark’s Square is one of the most important squares in the world, famous for its extraordinary beauty and grandeur. It is the only urban space in Venice known as a piazza (square), as all the other squares are called campi (fields).

Scuola Grande di San Rocco - 1 minute

The Scuola Grande di San Rocco is in front of the Leonardo da Vinci Museum. The Scuola Grande is well worth visiting in order to discover 16th century Venetian art. Tintoretto’s magnificent works are on display.

Venezia Santa Lucia Railway Station - 8 minutes

The Venezia Santa Lucia railway station is the main station in Venice. The building is the result of a number of projects, begun in 1924 by the rationalist architect Angiolo Mazzoni.