The Grand Canal, which serves as Venice's main highway, winds in an inverted "S" shape for more than 3 1/2 through the heart of the city, near nearly 200 Gothic and Renaissance palaces - the Golden House, Lorraine Palace, Lordaine Palace, Farsetti Palace, Palace Benzon, Dom Retzonico and others. Of the bridges on the Grand Canal, the most famous is Rialto - built in the late sixteenth century.

Rating 5 from 1 voted Grand Canal, Venice