The Rialto Bridge at the heart of Venice is one of the four majestic bridges that span the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. The bridge is one of the oldest structures built across the canal and over the years, it has been used as a dividing line between the districts of San Polo and San Marco. However, what makes the bridge exceptional is the intriguing fact that it has gracefully withstood the test of time and is still as magnificent and towering as it was back it 1502.
Through this strategic and well-placed webcam, you can see an array of boats coasting through the waters of the canal and under the bridge. Watch as hordes of Venetians and tourists cross the bridge throughout the day and night. You can get a full view of the weather and "traffic" in the area as well before visiting.