*Piazza san marco
It’s a good idea to visit the Venice's
largest piazza, Saint Mark's
Square, is the city's main meeting
place. Lined by cafes, shops, and a
number of museums, here is the place
to get a glimpse of the Venice's
glorious architecture and the sea.
¡MY IDEAL VACATIONS TO
TRAVEL TO VENICE ,ITALY.!
* Discover the Venetian islands of Murano
and Burano on a half-day trip from Venice!
With your expert guide, you'll learn about
the age-old handcrafts that brought these
little islands fame, and you’ll see quality
Murano glass and Burano lace being made
first-hand. It’s the perfect afternoon trip
from Venice for those seeking a combination
of history and Discover the Venetian islands
of Murano and Burano on a half-day trip
from Venice! With your expert guide, you'll
learn about the age-old handcrafts that
brought these little islands fame, and you’ll
see quality Murano glass and Burano lace
being made first-hand. It’s the perfect
afternoon trip from Venice for those seeking a
combination of history and behind-the-
scenes action!behind-the-scenes action!
*Bridge on the
This ornamental stone bridge on the
Grand Canal is one of the most
famous bridges in Venice and is an
icon of the city. You should Take a
stroll across the Rialto Bridge and
enjoy its lively shops and markets.
You can visit to The historic Venetian
hotel, member of the Leading Hotels of
the World and Fine Hotels & Resorts, is
housed in a magnificent, aristocratic
Venetian palace and offers its guests an
intimate, welcoming atmosphere combined
with impeccable service.
* THE LUNA HOTEL
*St Mark's Square (Piazza San
It’s a good idea to visit St. Mark's Square (Piazza
San Marco) is filled with centuries of history and is
still the symbolic heart of Venice; it has even been
referred to as the drawing room of Europe. With the
grand St Mark's Church at one end, the Campanile
bell tower rising in the middle and the elegant
colonnaded arcade of famous cafes on three sides, it is
a wonderful place to be - and the hundreds of pigeons
think so too.
*are water buses, Venice's
form of public
transportation. The number
1 vaporetto runs along the
Grand Canal, connects the
train and bus stations with
stops at each sestiere.
Find out more about using
the vaporetti, ticket prices,
and travel cards.
you should probably
take a boat is very
important in venice.
and Gondola Ride
This is the only way to visit the unusual and
fascinating corners of Venice, off the beaten track and
where time seems to have stood still centuries ago.
Relax with a quiet gondola ride on the Grand Canal
(S. Maria della Salute area) and minor canals
(Fenice area). After the gondola ride, you will visit
outdoors with the Tourist Guide the area between
Piazza San Marco and the Rialto Bridge, through a
labyrinth of little canals and sites of historic and
artistic interest, passing by some special places: Teatro
la Fenice, ("The Phoenix"), one of the most famous
opera house in Europe, the site of many famous
operatic premieres; Scala del Bovolo, a unique spiral
staircase with a plethora of arches; Rialto Bridge and
its typical shops, one of the architecural icons of
Venice. The tour ends with the landing at the station
It’s a good idea to go to the Venice's Carnevale celebration is one of
the most lively and colorful carnival festivals in Italy, held 40 days
before Easter. The Venetians don festive masks and costumes for a
10-day street party. The Redentore Regatta is an important festival
in July held on the Grand Canal.
Venice's Carnival season starts about 2 weeks before the date of
Carnevale. Events and entertainment are held nightly throughout
Venice. During carnival season people in costumes wander about the
city. Find out more in Tips for Going to Venice Carnevale.
MOUNTAINS ON A
FULL-DAY TRIP FROM
* VENICE ARRIVAL
TRANSFER: CRUISE PORT
TO CENTRAL VENICE
you can See the sights of Venice from a private motorboat.
You need to Private vehicle can fit up to 6 passengers.
I think, you should to take to Private arrival transfer from Venice
cruise terminal to Venice city center
Seafood is a big part of Venetian cuisine as are
polenta and rice. Seppia, cuttlefish, is popular and
risotto nero is a rice dish colored with its ink. Try
zuppa di pesce fish soup here, too. Radicchio
trevisano, red chicory, comes from nearby Treviso.
Cicchetti, little appetizers, are found in the bars in
Venice and are often eaten before lunch (similar to
Spanish tapas. See Tips for Eating in Venice
Venice has often received a bad rap for food. Totally
undeserved, you just have to eat as the Venetians do.
Andare a cicheti - they can be found in enoteche
(wine bars), osterie and trattorie however my favorite
places to eat the small plates of delicious morsels are
Venice is in on northeast coast of Italy. It is
protected from the Adriatic Sea by a strip of land
called the Lido. The region around Venice is called
the Veneto. (see Veneto Map)
Since it's near the sea, Venice has moderate weather
although there can be rain nearly year-round.
Summers are humid and winters can be foggy and
wet. To avoid the large crowds, spring and fall are
the best seasons to visit. Venice experiences flooding
or aqua alta about 60 days a year, October through
early January (more). For more weather details,
average daily temperatures and rainfall month by
month, see: Venice Italy Weather
WHAT TO BUY IN VENICE:
Venetian glass, especially from the island of Murano, is a specialty.
Carnival masks make great gifts or souvenirs. Venice is also known for
its marbled paper and you might find some good lace here, too. You will
also see many nice watercolors of Venetian scenes.
*VENICE MARCO POLO