The capital of Italy’s Veneto region, Venice, covers more than 100 little islands in the Adriatic Sea. Perfect for weekends and short breaks, discover the amazing sights, tasty foods and unique locations during a Venice holiday. The city built on water is full of concealed crevices and hideaway restaurants and boutiques. Ride down the canals in a gondola as you admire the surrounding cultural and historical sites.
Venice city breaks are a great idea for a couples holiday, but whether you’re heading there with a partner or the whole family, there is plenty of accommodation to choose from. Venice hotels cover a wide range of guests wants and needs, from room only to bed and breakfast hotels. You’ll surely find a hotel that suits your taste and budget.
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The average flight time to Venice from the UK is 2 hours 10 minutes.
Venice is a beautiful city that has plenty of unique sights waiting to be explored. From dominating cathedrals in large, spacious squares to gothic style palaces and ornate bridges towering over the city’s famous canals. Venice city breaks are never boring, thanks to the endless fun and adventure that is to be had here. Visit different islands dotted about the Adriatic Sea and you gain a fascinating sense of what Venice has to offer.
Summer is a great time to visit Venice as this is when the city’s temperatures are at their highest. However, as you can imagine, many tourists flock to the Italian city in the summer meaning the crowds are prevalent and attractions will be teeming with people. On the other hand, if you wish to beat the influx of tourists and still enjoy pleasant weather, head to Venice in the spring (which is a beautiful time to head to the Italian city) or September. Heavy rain is most likely to fall during November and December and the winters are cold, so if you’re travelling to Venice during this time, make sure to pack the appropriate clothing.
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