Kirche San Zaccaria (Chiesa di San Zaccaria)
Kirche San Zaccaria (Chiesa di San Zaccaria)

Kirche San Zaccaria (Chiesa di San Zaccaria)

Montag bis Samstag, 10 bis 12 Uhr; Sonntag, 16-18 Uhr
Campo San Zaccaria, 4693, Venice, Veneto, 30122

Praktische Infos

Beachten Sie, dass die Kirche während der Tagesmitte zwischen 12.00 und 16.00 Uhr für vier Stunden geschlossen ist. Sie ist vom Zentrum Venedigs aus zu Fuß leicht zu erreichen, da sie sich in der Nähe des Markusplatzes befindet.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Suitable for solo travelers, couples, and families.
  • Tours may include guide, round trip hotel transport, but not food or drink. Check specific tours for details.
  • The entrance is a non-descript door marked “please close door behind you” and is accessible via the Campo San Zaccaria; a docent should be there to assist.
  • Admission to the church is free, while entrance to the chapels and the crypt is about US$1.
  • To fully admire Bellini’s La Sacra Conversazione altarpiece, slip some change into the box and it will become illuminated.
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How to Get There

Located in the Castello neighborhood of Venice, just off the waterfront to the southeast of Piazza San Marco, San Zaccaria is easily accessible by foot from central Venice. Take a water taxi to vaporetto stop San Zaccaria.

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When to Get There

San Zaccaria is open Monday - Saturday, 10am - 12pm, and Sunday, 4pm - 6pm. Late spring and early summer are the best times to visit Venice in terms of weather, though crowds may be quite intense. And the prices are high. Avoid throngs of tourists while still enjoying lovely temperatures by visiting the city early spring or early to mid autumn.

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The Chapels and the Crypt

Of the three chapels, the Cappella di San Tarasio is especially noteworthy with stunning late Gothic masterpieces—three golden polyptychs by Antonio Vivarini—as well as frescoes by Andrea del Castagno and Francesco da Faenza—the earliest examples of Renaissance painting in all of Venice. In the crypt are the funeral bodies of Venice’s doges from the 9th century, buried between columns and under vaulted ceilings, a vision enhanced by persistent flooding that creates a reflective pool.

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Häufig gestellte Fragen (FAQs)
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