Explore the romantic floating city

Lying in the north east of Italy in the lush Veneto region, timeless Venice is a floating city of opera, melodrama, tragedy and comedy that has been the gateway to the Orient for hundreds of years.

One of the world’s few truly unique cities, in romantic Venice you can glide through narrow canal streets on a gondola, admiring ornate bridges and breathtaking architecture that spans centuries, such as the Renaissance-style St Mark’s Square and the picturesque palaces and churches which are dotted along the canal.

Top hotels in Venice

Terrazza Danieli

Hotel Danieli

from £1,232
Classic Room

Hotel Concordia

from £641

Good to know

Time difference:

GMT +1 hour

Currency:

Euro

Flying time to destination:

2 hours

More facts

When to visit

Jan

Could be Recommended

might be time to escape

Feb

Could be Recommended

might be time to escape

Mar

Could be Recommended

might be time to escape

Apr

Recommended

Good time to escape

May

Highly Recommended

Perfect time to escape

Jun

Highly Recommended

Perfect time to escape

Jul

Recommended

Good time to escape

Aug

Recommended

Good time to escape

Sep

Highly Recommended

Perfect time to escape

Oct

Highly Recommended

Perfect time to escape

Nov

Recommended

Good time to escape

Dec

Could be Recommended

might be time to escape

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Recommended Venice Hotels

Hotel Danieli

5 nights, Room & Breakfast, 23 Oct '16

from £1,232

Palazzo Giovanelli & Gran Canal

5 nights, Room & Breakfast, 11 Dec '16

from £659

Hotel Concordia

5 nights, Room & Breakfast, 06 Nov '16

from £641

Westin Europa & Regina

5 nights, Room & Breakfast, 23 Oct '16

from £1,095

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Kuoni Insider

Venice is one of the most beautiful cities you can visit. Walking along the canals and heading off the beaten track visiting the little canal streets are all part of the fun. No visit to Venice would be complete without a boat ride on the gondola.

You are taken down the many canals and pass some wonderful sites, seeing the everyday life of Venice as you glide by – what a wonderful way to travel! St Mark’ Square is the main centre point of Venice where a lot is going on and where you can visit the Doge Palace and also St Mark’s Basilllica. It is also worth a visit up the clock tower where you get some stunning views of Venice and the surrounding areas.

Clare Sweatman