Flights to Venice (IT)

One of the most popular travel destinations in the world is unarguably Venice, Italy. The city was built on a lagoon and its vast network of canals and bridges make the city a simply unforgettable experience. Marco Polo Airport is the nearest airport and Venice is only about half an hour train ride away. Upon arriving, allow yourself plenty of time to truly experience and enjoy all the city has to offer. The Grand Canal is the main canal on the island and the view from the Rialto Bridge is picturesque. The city is dotted with beautiful bridges and squares that make every corner of the city a delight. The San Marco in Venice is perhaps the most well known building, although St. Mark's Bell Tower and the surrounding squares are certainly not to be missed. A trip to the city isn't complete without sampling the food offered throughout the town. Fresh seafood is abundantly available and many simply grab a bite along the canals and watch the famous gondolas float by. A trip to Italy simply isn't complete without a visit to Venice!

Italy is is one of the most culturally and geographically diverse countries in Europe. With the famed Alp mountains in the north and vast coastal areas, the country is popular destination for those looking to enjoy the outdoors. Cities such as Rome, Milan and Venice also offer some of the best shopping, dining and cultural scenes in the world and attract visitors worldwide. A trip to the country simply isn't complete without first sampling the cuisine, which is available and unique throughout the country. So whether looking for a ski holiday in the Alps or a warm, sunny getaway on the beach, Italy has something to offer everyone!
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Places of interest

  • St. Mark's Basilica
  • Grand Canal
  • Gallery of the Accademia di Belle Arti
  • Doge's Palace
  • Piazza San Marco

More info about your Venice city trip

  • Venice Tourist Information
  • Castello, 4421
  • 30122 Venice
  • Tel. (+39) 41 52 98 71 1

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DateType of TripAirline Rating Price pp from
1. London-Venice
23/12 - 03/01/2017 London-Venice Iberia
2. Manchester-Venice
15/07 - 18/07/2017 Manchester-Venice Monarch Airlines
3. Birmingham-Venice
04/11 - 07/11/2016 Birmingham-Venice Eurowings
4. Bristol-Venice
28/12 - 06/01/2017 Bristol-Venice EasyJet
5. Cardiff-Venice
20/11 - 01/01/2017 Cardiff-Venice Multiple Carriers
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6. Edinburgh-Venice
17/11 - 21/11/2016 Edinburgh-Venice KLM
7. Stornoway-Venice
17/11 - 15/01/2017 Stornoway-Venice Multiple Carriers
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8. Upavon-Venice
12/11 - 17/11/2016 Upavon-Venice Multiple Carriers
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Venice is hot in the summer months, with average high temperatures in the late twenties Celsius. May and September are usually still warm and pleasant times to visit. The city has also a rather wet climate and often floods, known as high water or Aqua Alta, in the late autumn and winter months. During these times, it can also often be foggy and, in winter, the temperatures can reach freezing.


Venice is a great shopping location, for everything from swanky upmarket boutiques to traditional crafts shops and delicious delis. Calle Larga XXII Marzo, which extends from Piazza San Marco, and nearby streets are the places to head for designer clothing stores. The Mercurie and Calle dei Fabbri are other popular shopping streets. For glassware, Murano is the best place to go, while authentic Venetian masks can be bought at Tragicomica and Laboratorio Artigiano Maschere, where demonstrations and workshops are also sometimes held.


Venetian cuisine has a number of traditional dishes, such as risi e bisi, a type of risotto soup with pancetta and peas, sarde in saor, fried sweet and sour sardines with raisins and pine nuts, and polenta e schie, fried shrimp with polenta. Polenta is a typical staple of the region and appears in many dishes. Venice has some great tavernas serving up local food, such as Taverna del Campiello Remer overlooking the Grand Canal. For upmarket fare, there is the elegant Osteria di Santa Marina and the surreal Venissa.


Venice may not have the flamboyant nightlife of its heyday or be renowned for its modern nightclubs, but there is plenty to see and do in the evenings. Though many bars close by 11, in Campo Santa Margherita and Fondamenta della Misericordia, they stay open a little later, often until around 2. Actual nightclubs are few, but Aurora in Piazza San Marco and Piccolo Mondo in Dorsoduro are good options. Opera, ballet and theatre productions can be seen at La Fenice and Teatro Malibran.

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