San Vitale (Church)

Faith and music at the Academy bridge

 San Vitale church in Venice, better known as San Vidal church (in Venetian dialect) was consacrated at the end of the XI century; founded by will of the doge Vitale Falier, it was dedicated to his homonym Saint.
But, as in many other cases, the facade dates back to a more recent age, having been designed by architect Gaspari in the XVII century. Paintings by Piazzetta, Carpaccio and Pallegrini inside.

San Vidal church is in Saint Mark district, a few steps away from the Accademia bridge and campo Santo Stefano. It regularly hosts classical music concerts held by a private company.

San Marco 2862, Campo San Vidal, 30124 - Venezia
+39 041 52 25 061
Opening hours
All days
Water bus Line 1, 2, N | Accademia