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Airlines flying to Venice

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Helpful information

  • Venice is located in the Italy (IT)
  • IATA code: VCE
  • Continent: Europe
  • Currency: Euro (EUR) (Course: 10 EUR = 8.41 GBP)
  • Current time: 11:09 (GMT+2)
  • Current date: 2022.08.19

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Try amazing seafood dishes, including fried sardines, goby risotto and moleche, or green crab. Get lost in Venice's narrow side-streets, passing through lanes so narrow you have to walk sideways.

From the historic St Mark's Square and the legendary Bridge of Sights to a vast selection of world-class museums, Venice attractions truly are countless.

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Things to do in Venice

  1. Visit the Piazza San Marco. Described by Napoleon as “the drawing room of Europe”, this magnificent square boasts some of Venice's better-known landmarks, including St Mark's Basilica, Doge's Palace and the Torre dell'Orologio.
  2. Take a water bus ride down the Canal Grande. In order to get the best view, make sure you get a seat at the front or the back of the vaporetto, allowing you to marvel at both banks at once.
  3. Visit the Ca’ Rezzonico and take a peek at lifestyles of the past. Situated on the Grand Canal, this historic palazzo houses a museum dedicated to the 18th century. It features an impressive collection of art in stunning interiors and features an impressive collection of 18th-century art and offerings.
  4. Marvel at the work of the Venetian masters. The city is an unequalled repository of art and works by Venice's grand masters can still be viewed in situ today. These include masterpieces by Titian (c1488-1576), Tintoretto (c1518-94), Canaletto (1697-1768) and Tiepolo (1727-1804).
  5. Sample some authentic Venetian cuisine. We  recommend trying local Veneto specialities, including l'oca in onto (goose preserved in fat) or sarde in saor (fried sardines).
  6. Cool down with a delicious, refreshing gelato. Many locals agree that the best ice cream in town is served by La Boutique del Gelato (Salizzada S. Lio 5727) and Gelateria Alaska (Calle Larga dei Bari, 1159).
  7. Pay a visit to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. During the 1920s and 30s, Guggenheim assembled a remarkable collection of modernist and surrealist art, including works by Picasso, Max Ernst, Magritte and Jackson Pollock.
  8. Visit Torcello Island. Surrounded by small, marshy islands, Torcello gives a true sense of the Venice lagoon's pre-urban state. Its glory days are represented by two remarkable churches, little Santa Fosca and the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, which features breathtaking medieval mosaics and frescoes.
  9. Go on a romantic day trip to Verona. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this beautiful city boasts several fantastically preserved Roman monuments including the Verona Arena. Juliet's balcony is another must-see.
  10. See an opera at the Teatro del Fenice. One of the most famous theatres in Europe, “The Phoenix”  has been the site of many famous operatic premieres since its foundation in 1792, including Verdi's Rigoletto and La Traviata.

Eating in Venice

Like all of Italy's regions, Venice is famous for its gastronomic specialities. A visit to the city offers a plethora of opportunities to discover a wide range of fascinating culinary traditions.

Visit a traditional Venetian bacaro

Some of the best meals in Venice are served in bacari, the tiny local eateries where you can dine for under a tenner. One of the best-known bacari in town, Ca' d'Oro – Alla Vedova (Cannaregio 3912, Ramo Ca' d'Oro) on the Strada Nuova is the perfect place to start. Specialities include hot polpette (pork meatballs) accompanied by an ombra (small glass of unbottled Veneto red). 

Seafood in Venice

Due to its location, Venetian cuisine has always made full use of both fresh and saltwater seafood. From granesola (spider crabs) and garusoli (sea snails) to canoce (mantis shrips), a mind-boggling variety of frutti di mare is offered by the kitchens of local eateries.

Shopping in Venice

The City of Water is undoubtedly one of Italy's top shopping spots. Whether you are looking for designer clothing, leather-work or home accessories, shopping in Venice is guaranteed to offer you with a huge choice of options.

Local Venetian crafts

Venice is renowned for its local crafts which have been produced in the city for hundreds of years. Near-impossible to find elsewhere, these wares include colourful Murano glasswork, intricate lacework from the Burano island and papier-mâché carnival masks, available from the countless Venetian mask bottegas.

Italian leatherware

The vast array of shoe stores in Venice is testimony to the tradition of small shoe factories along the nearby Brenta canal. These supply beautiful, fine-quality footwear to most of Italy and much of the world.

Insider's tips

-        The Spanish emergency phone number is 112

-        Breakfast: 7:00 am – 10:00 am | Lunch: 13:00 – 16:00 | Dinner: 20:00 – 23:00

-        Business hours: Monday – Saturday from 9:30 – 13:30 and 15:30/16:00 – 19:30

-        If you choose to take a gondola ride in Venice, be prepared to pay €80-100 Euros and share the gondola with as many other tourists as the gondolier can cram into it.

-        Don't eat dinner before 8pm. Italians don't eat until the end of the cocktail hour, which runs between 6-8pm. Choosing to eat before then might land you in an overpriced, sub-par eatery.

Getting to Venice

By water over the lagoon

Approaching Venice by water can be done in three ways. The most expensive is by private water taxi, while the cheaper options include the Alilaguna ferry boat and the new Airport Link service, which is also offered by Alilaguna.

Land route to Venice

You can choose from taxis or buses that will take you to the centre of Venice. For land taxis, go to the left as you exit Marco Polo Airport. In addition, there are two reasonably priced public bus options; ACTV local buses or ATVO direct coaches. Both will take you to Piazzale Roma, near the Grand Canal.