The tiny pavilion for Italy lacks an attraction—the gondolas never leave the dock—so you must content yourself with the small-scale replicas of Venice’s Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s bell tower. An appealing, if incongruous, attraction that’s not on the maps is the highly detailed model train display just between this pavilion and Germany.

Influences: Piazza di San Marco, Venice; stucco buildings of Tuscany; a fountain reminiscent of the work of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Fun Stuff to Buy: Noodle around in the Enoteca Castello shop for wine (from $15) and Quadratini hazelnut wafer cookies ($10 a bag). Il Bel Cristallo sells fragrances, handbags, football jerseys (are you sensing a theme here?), and pricey Venetian carnival masks.