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We wanted to see this historical casa so spent quite some time walking to it. Definitely off the Tourist paths and on a small back street. Saw it and it’s not much to see just a plain building with a sign stating it was Marco...More
Passed this house on a gondola ride. It is supposed to be the house of Marco Polo the adventurer and explorer. There was not much to see only a plaque on the outside wall. A quick trip here was enough.
A ride on the Gondola on Easter Friday with a blood red full moon past by Casa di Marco Polo. Was once in a lifetime experience for me. My daughter was in University in Madrid as an Exchange student so for her Easter break I...More
Supposedly the home of Marco Polo. Really very little to see here other than a plaque on the wall of a house. Easy enough to walk to down some side streets so stop if you are passing that direction, I wouldn't make a special trip...More
Walking east from the Rialto Bridge area, you will need a map to find your way through the narrow streets, in a hidden narrow alley, you then walk-into “Corte del Milion” a very small square where Marco Polo lived. It got its name from the...More
We were taken to the houses of Venetian and great explorer Marco Polo and his family (not far from the Rialto Bridge) as part of our free walking tour and it is fascinating to see the original features of the building still intact. Not many...More
During our walking tour of Venice, our guide Simone said there are many houses that claim to be the one of Marco Polo. The original house burned in 1597 and a theater was built in its place. You will find plagues throughout the city stating...More
Shown to us by our gondolier, this house has a plaque on its wall indicating it to be a home of Marco Polo and is easier seen from the canal than by foot. If I understood correctly it is or has been renovated but is...More
You half expect the house of such an important traveller to be prominent and famous but instead it is marked only by a small plaque and is located in a discreet square close to the Teatro Maliban. No museum and no chance to visit inside...More