Think Venice and gondolas and canals spring to mind. The 'City of Canals', one of the numerous sobriquets lavished on the city, is spread across 118 islands in northeast Italy. That it has canals for roads is just one of its charms. The Venetian magic is also seen in its numerous churches and palaces, many of which are celebrated museums containing priceless art and artifacts, mouthwatering cuisine, music, and fashion. The city was associated with major art movements such as the Renaissance and was a major financial center in the 14th century.
One of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Venice is one of those places you never forget.
Boats are the main mode of travel in Venice. There are different kinds of boat services:Vaporetto is the waterbus. It is used to travel within Venice or to go to the lagoon islands. It has a fixed schedule and stops.Alilaguna is a waterbus. It ferries people from and back to the airport. It has a fixed schedule, but it has fewer stops Water taxi is a wooden boat. It can carry up to 8 people. It moves along the canals of VeniceGondola is the traditional boat. It is only used for sightseeing. Routes are fixedTraghetto is a boat used to cross Canal Grande with a few dedicated stopsCycling: Bicycles are not allowed in central Venice, but you can use them on islands such as Lido, which has great beachesCar: Lido and Pellestrina islands allow road traffic. Car rental companies Avis, Hertz, Europcar have offices in VeniceMonorail: The Venice People Mover connects Tronchetto and Pizzale Roma
Cleanliness: High, Efficiency: High
Private water taxi
Adult: 110 euros
*Transfer time: 25 minutes
Shared water taxi
Adult: 25 euros per person
*Transfer time: waiting time at the airport (10-45 minutes) + 25-40 minutes on the boat (depending on the number of passengers and the drop-off order) + walk to your hotel
*Alilaguna (waterbus from Marco Polo airport)
Adult: 15 euros for a single ticket
Adult: 7.50 euros for a one-way ticket. Vaid for 75 minutes
Frequency varies according to time of day
80 euros for 40 minutes (daytime)
Lido and Pellestrina islands allow road traffic. Car rental companies Avis, Hertz, Europcar have offices in Venice
The Venice People Mover connects Tronchetto and Pizzale Roma
Adult: 1.5 euros for a single ticket
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Venice is not renowned for its nightlife. However, there is no shortage of great cafes, bars, theatres, and casinos. Try Caffe Florian near St. Mark's Square, the world's oldest running cafe (established in 1720). It was frequented by Charles Dickens, Marcel Proust, and Goethe. Then there's Harry's Bar, another Venice heavyweight. Located at Calle Vallaresso, the bar was apparently a favorite of Ernest Hemingway. Other notable customers included Peggy Guggenheim, Charlie Chaplin, Orson Welles, and Woody Allen. If you love music, there are great places for opera. Try the affordable Musica a Palazzo. If you want to gamble, head to the Venice Casino.
Don't forget to walk across the Bridge of Sighs
Visit Burano for its mesmerizing colorful houses and seafood, and Murano for its glassmakers
Shop at the Rialto market
Slip on a colorful mask and join the Venice Carnival.
Attend a concert at Scuola Grande di San Teodoro or at the grand La Fenice.
Eat gelato at Boutique del Gelato.
Indulge in authentic Venetian dishes.
Learn the art of Venetian mask decorating.
Wander and get lost.
Try fishing in the canals of Venice.
Venice Marco Polo Airport - VCE
Start Tariff: EUR 8.00
1 Km. Tariff: EUR 2.40
1 Hour Waiting Tariff: EUR 50.00
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