City Sightseeing

Feel Venice

Venice is the capital of the Veneto region and is built on nearly 100 very small islands around the Adriatic Sea. Amazingly, there isn't a single road in Venice so if you're looking to have a quiet get-away and enjoy the waterfront location, then this is the place for you! Whether you're visiting with just the family or being whisked away for a romantic adventure, definitely take a ride on the Gondolas, magnificently detailed boats that are used as a form of transport in this beautiful city. You'll be able to see all array of colours on the picturesque buildings and the water will make you feel at peace.

Did you Know?

Venice is considered to be one of the most romantic places you can visit, so bare this in mind if you want to get away for a couple of days with your other half! Venice looks beautiful all year round, despite the weather, thanks to all the Gondolas and fantastic architecture of all the surrounding buildings. Visiting Venice will make you feel like you're travelling back in time, as you'll not see a single car. Venice is famous for its bridges, you'll see them wherever you go! There's currently a whopping total of 417 bridges in the city. It's a belief in Venice that if a couple kiss under every single bridge, they will supposedly stay in love forever!

Things to Do in Venice

A trip to Venice wouldn't be complete without a romantic walk along the Canal Grande and a trip around the city in one of their famous Gondolas. There's plenty Venice Walking tours that end with a Gondola ride, where a tour guide will take you along the magical cobbled streets of the city and then you can continue your adventure from within the water! Another landmark that can't go a miss is Doge's Palace, the place that is buzzing with culture. You can even take a tour around the hidden streets or if it's a sunny day, grab one of Venice's finest treats, Gelato. Have you ever wondered how Venice was first built? Visit the nearby museum where you'll learn all about this city's heritage. You can't go without seeing the St Mark's Basilica, a patriarchal cathedral that is key to the culture and history of this amazing city. Its beautiful Italo-Byzantine architecture makes it one of the most appreciated landmarks of the city so make sure you go to see it up close!