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Venice is a romantic city where everyone can be seen traveling by boat. Appropriately nicknamed “City of Water” and “The Floating City”, the Grand Canal with its several bridges keeps Venice efficiently connected. Hop on a gondola with singing gondoliers traversing the Grand Canal, and relish food at the restaurants and sip wine at bars along the narrow canals makes the city intensely alluring. Book flights to Venice with FlyOfinder & get upto 49% off now to soak up the charming city’s jaw-dropping beauty an once-in-a-lifetime experience!  

Flying to Venice


Venice Marco Polo Airport

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High Season

April to October

Low Season

Early November to mid-March

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Best Time to Fly

April-June & September-October

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Time Zone

Central European Standard Time (GMT +1)

Top Attractions in Venice

Grand Canal: The iconic Grand Canal in a huge reverse S curve crosses right through the heart of Venice. This 3.8-km-long canal is connected with four bridges, and can be accessed through gondolas. You will come across the palaces of influential families in Venice with their opening onto the canal. The best way to see the well preserved grand palaces is by taking a vaporetto trip along the canal. The Grand Canal presents a romantic and awesome sight when taking a gondola ride at night.     

St. Mark's Square: The vast Piazza San Marco or St. Mark’s Square is the largest square in Venice with uniform elegant architecture on its three sides. St. Mark’s Square is lovingly called Venice’s living room as it’s a popular hangout for local Venetians and tourists who come here for strolling, meeting friends, chatting and drinking coffee. Tour guides can also be seen pestering tourists. Visit the top of the Torre dell'Orologio for great views of bustling square.

Santi Maria e Donato: The Santi Maria e Donato church, built between the 7th and 12th centuries, is the finest example of Early Romanesque and Veneto-Byzantine architecture. The major highlights here are many impressive Venetian paintings. 

Venice is filled with plenty of tourist attractions. You will be puzzled as to where to start your city exploration. Strolling beside the canals, passageways and little streets is simply enchanting. Wherever you visit here will provide you an opportunity for a photo op that’s worth remembering. You will love visiting some of the best attractions in Venice such as Piazza San Marco, Rialto Bridge, St. Mark's Basilica, Torre dell'Orologio, Palazzo Ducale, Bridge of Sighs, San Polo, San Bartolomeo Church, Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Ca' d'Oro, Murano, Burano, Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, and Fine Arts Museum.

Best Time to Visit Venice

Venice is a year-round vacation hotspot. However, many tourists can be seen booking flights to Venice between April and October, particularly from Easter to June as well as September to October. Moreover, Christmas and New Year are also the busiest times for tourism in Venice. If you want to enjoy the Carnevale in February then purchase discounted flight tickets to Venice in advance. Springtime is the best time for spending holidays in Venice. Visiting in September is also great with the pleasant weather.    

Getting Around in Venice

You can only either walk or take gondolas, water taxis and water buses/ferries for getting around in Venice because of its unique geography. You won’t find bicycles and cars in the city as they are banned. The water buses, popularly called vaporetti, ply mainly around the Grand Canal. Traveling on water taxis or gondolas is though expensive. Venice is a small charming city and can be easily navigated on foot.

Frequently Asked Questions

Two airports keep Venice well connected with different parts of the world – Venice Marco Polo Airport and Treviso Airport. It’s easier to reach the city center from Venice Marco Polo Airport, located at a distance of 4 miles or 6 km. Treviso Airport at a distance of 16 miles or 25 km is farther from the city center, and mostly handles budget airlines, particularly Ryanair.

Several modes of transportation are available from Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) to the city center. You can take the Orange Line or Alilaguna Blue airport boats for easily reaching the city center and the neighborhoods. ACTV and ATVO airport buses are also cheap and quickest mode of transportation. Water taxis are though convenient and fastest mode, but are usually expensive.

It is recommended to book flights to Venice at least 60 days in advance before scheduled departure date you have planned. By doing so getting cheaper flight tickets to Venice is always possible.

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