More openings mean more rules to follow, though, so things may seem just as confusing as to when places first started closing in march of 2020, Doge’s Palace in open? Saint Mark’s Basilica is open? Let you know what’s open in Venice right now.
Since things still aren’t quite normal, we suggest brushing up on what you can and can’t do in Venice. Also, just because places can be open doesn’t mean they are or will be, so make sure to check with the individual things that you may be interested in visiting. To help keep you informed, we’ll continue to update this list of what’s open in Venice as more announcements are made so You can see if the Doge’s Palace is open or the Saint Mark’s Basilica.
What’s open in Venice?
From Monday 26 April:
Doge’s Palace every day from 10.00 to 18.00 (last admission at 17.00)
Correr Museum every day from 11.00 to 17.00 (last admission at 17.00)
Teatro La Fenice – “Verdi & La Fenice”, at 19:00 p.m.