Venice Live Webcams

Live webcams of Venice stream real-time views of streets, squares, architecture, canals, restaurants and hotels, churches, cathedrals, palaces, promenades, and landmarks of a city and the capital of the Veneto region in northeastern Italy. The webcams offer panoramic views of the city, its surrounding nature, and current weather conditions in Venice from anywhere in the world. Some webcams also offer sound. The most popular webcams are located at the top of the streaming list. A map on this page displays the exact location of each webcam in Venice.

Brief Information About Venice

Venice is the capital of the Veneto region in northeastern Italy and one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe. It is one of the largest tourist destinations not only in Italy but in all of Europe, famous for its renowned canals, islands, stunning architecture, squares, cathedrals, churches, and palaces. The city, along with the Venetian Lagoon is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Venice is located on the shores of the Adriatic Sea in northeastern Italy, on numerous islands in the Venetian Lagoon. The population of Venice is about 260,000 people, and its area is 416 km² (160.6 square miles).

Climate in Venice

Venice has a maritime climate with subtropical characteristics, featuring hot, humid summers and mild, wet winters. The hottest months are July and August, with average temperatures of 27.5°C (81.5°F) and 27°C (80.6°F), respectively. During the summer, temperatures can occasionally reach up to 40°C (104°F). The weather in Venice is known for its variability. Hot sunny days can quickly turn into heavy rains and severe thunderstorms. Venice experiences high humidity year-round. In winter, the average temperature is around 3°C (37.4°F), but frost, fog, and snowfalls are common. Online webcams show the current weather in Venice in real-time.

Attractions in Venice

Venice is one of the largest tourist centers in Italy, known for its numerous historical and architectural landmarks. The most popular attractions in Venice include:

– The Grand Canal: One of Venice’s main attractions, renowned worldwide and a major draw for tourists. This natural waterway follows the course of an ancient river. The Grand Canal is shaped like the number 2 and encircles the historical part of the city.

– Rialto Bridge: One of the oldest bridges in Venice, spanning the Grand Canal. It is considered one of the first bridges in Venice. Originally wooden, it was replaced in the 16th century with a stone bridge that still adorns Venice today.

– Piazza San Marco: The main square of Venice, located in the heart of the city. Piazza San Marco, with its unique architecture and the beautiful Saint Mark’s Basilica, is a major tourist attraction. Most city tours start from Piazza San Marco.

– Saint Mark’s Basilica: The cathedral basilica and the principal church of Venice, located on Saint Mark’s Square near the Doge’s Palace. It was built in 829 in the Byzantine style.

– Saint Mark’s Campanile: A standalone bell tower located in Saint Mark’s Square opposite Saint Mark’s Basilica. It stands 98.6 meters (323.2 feet) tall and originally served as a lighthouse for ships entering the lagoon. The bell tower collapsed in the early 20th century but was rebuilt in 1912.

– Ca’ d’Oro: A luxurious palace on the Grand Canal in the Cannaregio district of Venice, recognized as one of the city’s most beautiful buildings. Also known as the “Golden House,” the palace’s facade was once adorned with gold.

– Ca’ Dario: One of Venice’s most intriguing residences. The facade of this mansion is clad in beautiful marble, adding to its grandeur and charm. Located on the Grand Canal in the Dorsoduro district, one side faces the Barbaro Square.

– Santa Maria della Salute: One of Venice’s most important religious buildings, known for its stunning architecture and interior. Annual services commemorate the city’s deliverance from the plague.

– Biblioteca Marciana: Venice’s largest national library, housing about 1 million valuable books, numerous manuscripts, and 24 early printed books.

– Glass Museum: A repository of unique artifacts made in the finest Venetian traditions. Visitors can learn about the history of glassmaking and see items dating back to ancient Egypt.