INTRODUCTION TO VenicE TRAVEL
There is no city quite like Venice. It is a magical place full of mystery and wonder. From the majestic Grand Canal to the hidden smaller waterways, there is beauty around every corner. Over 400 bridges cross the canals of Venice, eventually leading you to magnificent Piazza San Marco, dominated by the basilica of the same name, its campanile (belltower) and maginificent Palazzo Ducale.
Most of your days in Venice are spent simply wandering and admiring this unique city but if you feel like taking to the water, the outer islands hold many charms. From colorful Burano to the glass blowers of Murano, these islands each have their own unique history, stories and culture.
What to see in VENICE
All journeys to Venice should start with a ride down the Grand Canal. Gliding past the elegant palazzi and watching the gondolas, service boats and water taxis zip across the water is one of the world’s must do experiences.READ: 3 DAY VENICE ITINERARY
Having experienced the majestic beauty of Venice’s main attractions, you will be doubly reward by letting your senses take you meandering along its narrow canals and laneways
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VENICE ACCOMMODATION guide
Choose the best area and hotel for your trip with our guide to the best accommodation and hotels in Venice. Whether you want to stay in the on the Grand Canal, close to Piazza San Marco or in a quiet neighborhood like Castello, there is a perfect hotel to suit your trip.READ: WHERE TO STAY IN VENICE
VENICE TOURIST TAX
Starting on specific days in April 2024 the city will collect a fee to enter the city aimed at the large number of day trippers who put pressure on the city’s delicate infrastructure.
This new requirement will applies for ALL visitors. Read more about the Venice Tourist Tax
VENICE tours and tickets
Information on skip the line tickets for San Marco and the Palazzo Ducale, the best tours of the city and unique activities that are sure to make your trip memorable.