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Venice Marco Polo Airport is an airport located on the Italian mainland north of Venice, Italy. It is home to many cheap car hire deals brought to you by VroomVroomVroom. Venice Marco Polo Airport is named after the Venetian traveller Marco Polo, whose book introduced Central Asia and China to Europeans.
With more than 8.5 million passengers having passed through Venice Marco Polo Airport in 2011, it is the fourth Italian airport in terms of air traffic. Venice Marco Polo Airport is connected to the nearby railway station of Venice Mestre and to the bus terminal of Piazzale Roma in Venice. Most of the main attractions of Venice Marco Polo Airport are located in the beautiful city of Venice.
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Top Attractions Within Venice Marco Polo Airport
Doge's Palace is perhaps one of the best known attractions in Venice, located at the heart of Venice, near Venice Marco Polo Airport. The palace was the residence of the Doge of Venice, the supreme authority of the Republic of Venice, opening as a museum in 1923. There is a lot to visit in the Doge's Palace, such as the Museo dell'Opera, the Doge's Apartments, Institutional Chambers, Old Prisons, the Bridge of Sighs and the New Prisons.
Jewish Ghetto of Venice is located south from Venice Marco Polo Airport. While racial and ethnic neighbourhoods had existed prior to the Venetian Ghetto, Venice's ghetto was the first ghetto, which eventually came to mean any neighbourhood that was made up of a single ethnic or racial group. Today, Jewish life is still very active in the ghetto, and elsewhere in Venice, and is home to five synagogues. Just make sure you visit the Ghetto any day, aside from Friday evening and Saturday.
Rialto Bridge and Market are famous landmarks located in Venice, south from Venice Marco Polo Airport. The Rialto market is for shoppers. To the east is a neighbourhood of small shops and restaurants. To the west is the Rialto farmers' market. The bridge has become one of the most recognisable icons of Venice. the bridge was completed in 1591 and was used to replace a wooden bridge that collapsed in 1524.