Venice travel information and tickets

Venice, the city with canals for streets, is without a doubt one of the most-visited cities in Italy and in the world. Famous for the beauty of its buildings, museums, churches, bridges, canals and tiny alleys, Venice is truly a unique city.

Are you travelling to Italy? Don’t miss Venice!

Venice City Breaks: Venice is breathtaking and you will need plenty of time to explore the well known attractions of this fascinating city in Italy. Many people who visit the beautiful city of Venice feel that the best way of seeing it is by taking a gondola and travelling by water.
You will find many opportunities to the venetian masks and murano glass that the city is so well known for.

How to arrive in Venice: by plane, by train, by car, by sea

This is your online travel guide to Venice Italy: including all about culture, history, traditions, travel links, hotels, bed and breakfast, cafe, bars and restaurants.

The sestieri are the primary traditional divisions of Venice. The city is divided into the six districts of Cannaregio , San Polo , Dorsoduro (including the Giudecca ), Santa Croce, San Marco and Castello (including San Pietro di Castello and Sant’Elena).

Venice in Italy is the right travel guide to Venice.
All about history and tourist resources of Venice: events, accommodations, places of interest, maps, photos, planning your trip, hotels and much more…

Because of it’s small size and popularity, accommodation in Venice can be quite costly. If you visit Venice whenever you travel to Europe, you may want to buy timeshares in order to eliminate this expense. Available within the city, they’ll also allow you to cut back on transportation costs since Venice is by nature, a walking city.

Venice gondola near Rialto bridge