Description And Comments

The entrance to Italy is marked by an 83-foot-tall campanile (bell tower) said to mirror the tower in St. Mark's Square in Venice. Left of the campanile is a replica of the 14th-century Doge's Palace, also in the famous square. The pavilion has a waterfront on the lagoon where gondolas are tied to striped moorings.

Touring Tips

Streets and courtyards in the Italy pavilion are among the most realistic in World Showcase. You really feel as if you're in Italy. For a quick lunch, Via Napoli occasionally offers pizza by the slice, and the new Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar serves appetizer plates along with libations. Because there's no film or ride, tour at any hour.

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Touring Plans with Italy Pavilion

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