Flights to Venice, Italy
Venice is the most romantic city in Italy in Europe. Take a trip with one of the many gondolas or longboats that float in the canals of Venice. The view from the boats is spectacular! You can have a completely different view on the city. The city is also amazing with the San Marco Basilica, the Piazza San Marco, the Palazzo Ducale and the Scuola Grande di San Rocco.
Information about the flights
Many of the flights Venice has come in from all over the world, as well as from other areas of Italy. For international and domestic flights Venice has Marco Polo airport. The direct flights Venice receives mainly come from Europe with intercontinental flights Venice bound coming via Milan or Rome.
Once you have disembarked from your flight Venice is only seven miles away to the south, which takes about 15 minutes by bus. For a more dramatic entry to the city from your flight Venice has many boats and water taxis to hire. This journey takes an hour and is more expensive but worth it. For charter flights Venice uses Treviso airport, a 45 minute journey to Venice by train.
Things to do in Venice
The Canalazzo, or Grand Canal, is the main thoroughfare through Venice, and for centuries has been the focus of trading vessels. Now most of the craft are gondolas, barges, and motor boats called vaporetti geared towards the tourist trade. Along the banks of the Grand Canal are examples of the finest in Venetian architecture from grand palazzos (palaces) to faded frescoes and marble exteriors. To get the best view of it, take a trip in a gondola.
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Where to stay in Venice
Venice is the place to come for delicious food and wine, wonderful museums, and a tranquil atmosphere. It is why so many of the hotels in Venice do so well with their clientele because they offer the same high standards people expect when they visit Venice.
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