Venice is comprised of 117 small islands separated by canals and connected by bridges giving it the illusion that the city is actually floating, and thus, the name The Floating City truly describes this magical place. Visitors will encounter winding street ways; the Grand Canal and smaller canals; Gothic, Byzantine, Romanesque and Renaissance art and architecture; gondola rides; authentic Venetian cuisine; and a once in a lifetime trip.
Top 10 Attractions for Venice
Venice in One Day Including Boat Tour
See all the highlights of this magical city on a combination walking tour of Venice's narrow streets and a boat tour on the Grand Canal.
Venice Walking Tour & Gondola Ride
Enjoy a walking tour of the city to discover its treasures nestled amid charming squares, bridges and narrow streets, then hop aboard a Venetian gondola.
Doge's Palace & St. Mark's, Venice Tour & Grand Canal
Experience the highlights of Venice on a full-day sightseeing tour that combines three best-selling Venice tours at a discount of ten percent discount!
Venice Grand Canal Boat Tour
Glide through Venice's Grand Canal and minor canals, to enjoy the splendid palaces, churches, bridges, gardens and warehouses lining the city's liquid streets.
Venice Marco Polo Airport Link Arrival Transfer
For that added personalized touch, book a shared boat ride on the Venice Airport Link from Marco Polo Airport to Venice.
Dolomite Mountains Small Group Trip from Venice
Escape the city and spend a day in the Dolomite Mountains on a full-day trip from Venice!
Murano Glass & Burano Lace Tour from Venice
Discover the Venetian islands of Murano and Burano on a half-day trip from Venice!
Venice Food Tour: Cicchetti & Wine
Discover the locals' favorite cicchetti bars in Venice, enjoying the city's famous tapas-style dishes with an expert guide.
Teatro La Fenice Tour in Venice
Explore Venice's Teatro La Fenice on a one-hour walking tour and discover its history, architecture and decadent décor!
Venice Gondola Ride & Serenade
Waft by the beautiful sights of Venice on a 35-minute shared gondola ride and enjoy a serenade, too.
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One Day in Venice
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Venice in One Day Including Boat Tour
If it's your first time in Venice, see all the highlights of this magical city on a combination walking tour of Venice's narrow streets and a boat tour on the Grand Canal.
Best of Venice Walking Tour including Basilica di San Marco
See the top Venice attractions in a short space of time on this comprehensive Best of Venice walking tour!
Private Tour: Venice Half-Day Walking Tour
See the sights you want to see in Venice on this three-hour tour with a private, professional guide. Customized entirely on your preferences, the itinerary is flexible.
Skip-the-Line Doge's Palace Ticket and Tour
Skip the lines at the iconic Doge's Palace in Venice, and uncover its highlights and secrets on a two-hour tour.
Best of Venice Walking Tour & Grand Canal Water Taxi Ride
After a water taxi ride down the Grand Canal, enjoy a Venice walking tour, combining famous attractions with places that many tourist maps leave out.
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When visiting Venice, look for the Venetian menus. You'll find the most authentic local dishes by avoiding the touristy restaurants and sticking to the side street cafes for meal.
Navigating Venice is no easy task and using your phone's GPS app may become more stressful than useful. When venturing out in Venice give yourself more time to get to your destination.
As a warning: Some restaurants will only accept credit cards with chips; some ATMs may ask for a six digit PIN instead of four; your card could be declined. Always carry some cash.
There is a regulated rate for gondola rides, however, gondoliers will quote higher. Ask your hotel concierge for the going rate. Use this rate when negotiating a ride with a gondolier.
When visiting St. Mark's Basilica, you cannot bring in a backpack, but you can leave it at the left-luggage room. Just remember to drop it off before getting in line.
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