This bridge crosses the Vena channel and it is located near the harbour.
It was built in masonry in 1685 and later they decorated with Istrian marbles. This bridge substituted a previous one made of wood.
Corso del Popolo is the main street in Chioggia. It crosses the town from north to south.
On this long street you can find a good choice of cafes and shops. Several old palaces board corso del Popolo.
Favorite thing: In the past times Chioggia was the largest fishing port on the Adriatic. Even today, fishing is very important part of the local economy and the most comon occupation among the local population. The Fresh Fish Market (Pescheria) offers, on a daily basis, excellent choice of fresh fishes from the Adriatic Sea, which is in terms of quality among the best in the world. Don't miss it when in Chioggia, especially if seafood lover as I am.
Favorite thing: The central part of Chioggia is quite similar to Venice, with canals and boats and bridges, but with much less tourists :-).