Venice
Venice

Venice

Fly to Venice in under 2 hours and have an experience to remember in the Floating City!

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From 01/11/2019 to 15/12/2019

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5 good reasons to go

Gaze upon St. Mark’s Square
Gaze upon St. Mark’s Square
One of the most impressive places in Venice has to be Saint Mark’s Square. There’s a symbol of Saint Mark within the square: a winged lion mounted on a column. Around it you’ll see the Basilica, Doge’s Palace, Clock Tower and Procuraties. The passageways and arches of these magnificent, palatial buildings surround the square.
Sail on a gondola
Sail on a gondola
Venice has 177 canals, so it’s the perfect place for gondoliers. A gondolier will take you along the little, romantic canals past many of the city’s palaces. 400 bridges cross the canals of Venice, including the Rialto Bridge and Bridge of Sighs. Did you know that convicts used to have to cross the Bridge of Sighs on their way to prison?
Island hopping in the Venetian Lagoon
Island hopping in the Venetian Lagoon
The City of Water is made up of 118 islands! Take a vaporetto (water taxi) to Murano. This cluster of islands is famous for its glass-making, while Burano is well-known for its lace. Burano’s little, brightly coloured houses are delightful. You also need to see the churches on Torcello and the beautiful beach on the island of Lido.
A city of art and celebrations
A city of art and celebrations
Venice is known for its art and festivals! There’s a Carnival each year around February/March time when locals parade in stylish, traditional costumes and masks. It’s one of the most important events in the Venetian calendar. The Biennale art festival runs from May to November and awards a Golden Lion to the best talent. Why not attend some of these local events!
Enjoy Venetian cuisine
Enjoy Venetian cuisine
How can you resist tasty Venetian treats? You can’t visit Venice without trying the local risotto, squid ink pasta, bigoli (similar to spaghetti), cicchetti (rather like tapas) or frittelle (small doughnuts). And if you’re thirsty, order a spritz proseccococktail. Finally, have an espresso near the Rialto market: perfetto!

To see / do

Culture and history

The stunning Basilica

The stunning Basilica

St. Mark’s Basilica is as impressive on the outside as the inside. You won’t believe your eyes!  The 11th-century Basilica holds the body of Saint Mark which was stolen from Alexandria. You’ll see golden mosaics, domes, porphyry columns, sculptures and an altarpiece made from precious stones in this incredible religious building.

The mighty Doge’s Palace

The mighty Doge’s Palace

The palace combines Gothic and Renaissance styles and was home to the elected doges, so the Venetian seat of power. When you see this impressive building, you can imagine how grand Venice was in the 15th century. You’ll can’t help but admire the superb décor as well as works of art from renowned painters such as Veronese. And in the centre of the palace, you’ll see the Great Council Chamber.

Venetian art for everyone

There’s even more art to see around the city! In Santa Maria della Salute Church, you’ll find the Gallerie dell’Accademia which boasts paintings from Veronese, Titian and Tintoretto, some of the most celebrated Venetian artists. The Punta della Dogana and Palazzo Grassi feature François Pinault’s modern and contemporary art collections.

Outings

The sweet sound of opera at La Fenice

The sweet sound of opera at La Fenice

When you visit Venice, you must go to La Fenice opera house. The striking Neo-Classical style building first opened in 1772. You can see Venetian elegance in the foyer and stunning main rooms. Some of the greatest Italian operas have been performed in this unbelievable setting. La Traviata by Verdi, Madame Butterfly by Puccini, The Barber of Seville by Rossini and more.

The Venice of Venetians

Are you looking for somewhere to go for a drink or bite to eat? Head to the Cannaregio or Dorsoduro districts for a great night out. Both districts have a lively atmosphere and you’ll see some of the real Venice.  Bars and restaurants serve local dishes.

Gastronomy

Venetian tapas

Venetian tapas

If you’re after a starter or quick snack, try the cicchetti. It’s everyone’s favourite meal. Cicchettis are like bruschettatapas, so small slices of bread with different toppings like sardines or onions. You’ll find cicchettis all over Venice, but especially in the local bacari wine bars.

Venetianfrittelles

Frittelles are the best sweet treats in the city. They’re a type of little doughnut and sold in every decent cake shop. They’re traditionally made at carnival time but are now available all year round. There are lots of different kinds of frittelle. Some are made with grapes, pine nuts, marsalaor ricotta.

Practical information

Flight duration

1h40

Time difference

0h

Currency

Euro

Distance

1014 km

Average temperature

Spring

18°C (max 26°C)

Summer

23°C (max 28°C)

Autumn

11°C (max 20°C)

Winter

6°C (max 13°C)

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