Rialto Bridge is the most famous bridge of . The wooden bridge was built several times before, but these structures could not be preserved because they were not durable. For example; In 1444, due to the wedding crowd of Markizi, the bridge collapsed at that time.
Rialto, the most famous bridge on the Grand Canal, was built in Antonio da Ponte architecture. This building, which is the most visited and photographed point in the city, has been the only point where pedestrian access has been provided for a very long time.
There are many shops of big and small shops selling jewelry, silk and glass products and souvenirs on and around the Rialto Bridge. Rialto, which connects San Polo and San Marco, has been used as a commercial center for commercial purposes at the time of its construction.
Rialto Bridge Visiting Information
- Address: Sestiere San Polo, 30125, Venezia
- Transportation: You can reach Rialto stop by one of the sea buses 1, 2, 6 or 14.