A former Roman port, Chioggia is a highly likable Venetian city. You can wander its streets visiting the historic center. Many tourists stroll along Corso del Popolo accessible from many of the hotels in Chioggia. They plan to see the various churches, including Sant’Andrea and San Domenico. Of particular interest is the Palazzo del Granaio. This former grain house dates from 1322. Restored in the 19th century, its façade reveals a relief of the Madonna and Child by Sansovino. Other tourists head for the Fish Market behind the Granaio or go to the Town Hall. You can have the time to view and visit all with the help of EasyToBook.com. They can make sure you have suitable accommodations, including discount hotels. Chioggia has many affordable and clean rooms.
Be sure to visit the Duomo, within easy access from many Chioggia hotels. The detached Campanile is a Romanesque structure from the 13th century while the Duomo is from the 17th. Another religious structure worth viewing is the 18th century Church of the Holy Trinity. Andrea Tirali altered it in 1703. At the end of Corso del Popolo, you can also see the Vigo Column. At its top is St. Mark’s Lion, locally called “The Cat.”