The city of Venice isn't only famous for its monuments and historic buildings, but also for the enormous amount of churches over the centuries have populated the city' sight.
From Basilica of Saint Marco, the patron saint and symbol of the city, all Venice's paths include churches that haven't only religious importance but also artistic.
To cite are: The Basilica della Salute, octagonal plan, St. Giobbe, the Madonna dell 'Orto, St. Mary of Nazareth (called Scalzi), the Basilica of Saints John and Paul, the Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, the latter is famous for the tomb of Canova and for spectacular as unique choir of the Friars of Marco Cozzi.
Also for religions represented Venice boasts a singularity, because they aren't represented Coptic churches, Jewish synagogues and mosques.
The group of churches could go on for very long time so we've decided to include in our package of cultural activities also guided visits to the churches of Venice, to make known to tourists the most famous churches, but also churches that are often not included in normal tour, and that have little to envy to the churches most representative of the city.