Venice Honeymoon Packages

Venice Honeymoon Packages

Duration Price
Switzerland & Italy - Honeymoon Escape7 days & 6 nights
INR 98,000
Rome Florence and Venice - Best Of Italy10 days & 9 nights
INR 1,57,000
Venice Italy Honeymoon Package5 days & 4 nights
INR 89,650
Italy Swiss France Netherlands with FREE Excursion to Mount Pilatus13 days & 12 nights
INR 1,89,699
Western Europe In A Nutshell11 days & 10 nights
INR 1,54,000
Best of Switzerland & Italy with FREE Excursion to Mount Titlis9 days & 8 nights
INR 1,43,200
15 Days Europe Tour Package15 days & 14 nights
INR 1,69,879
European Jewels With Cruise | Group Departure13 days & 12 nights
INR 1,72,600
Spain And Greece Tour Package16 days & 15 nights
INR 2,08,999
Scenic European Journey10 days & 9 nights
INR 1,24,500

Venice honeymoon packages - Browse through a wide range of Venice honeymoon tour with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Venice honeymoon tour packages with exciting deals & offers.

Gear up for a memorable honeymoon with your loved one with Thrillophilia's Venice honeymoon packages, tailored to ensure an unforgettable experience for couples. This is a mesmerizing city in northeastern Italy, and is renowned for its romantic ambiance, timeless architecture, and captivating canals.

With meticulous planning and attention to detail, our Venice romantic packages are all inclusive of a seamless blend of luxury, romance, and adventure. From cozy accommodations in charming hotels overlooking the canals to exclusive dining experiences at waterfront restaurants, we have curated itineraries to create cherished memories. Moreover, our expert guides provide valuable insights into the city's culture, history, and hidden gems, enhancing the overall experience. 

Venice is a dream destination for honeymooners seeking an enchanting getaway. The city's rich history is reflected in its majestic landmarks like St. Mark's Basilica, the Doge's Palace, and the Rialto Bridge. With Thrillophilia’s Venice tour packages, you can have countless opportunities for exploration and romantic moments. You can also navigate its labyrinthine streets or glide along the serene waterways in a gondola.

Thrillophilia's Venice honeymoon package do not just arrange vacations, we provide an opportunity to enjoy a journey of love and discovery amidst the timeless beauty of Venice.

Choose through a variety of Venice Honeymoon packages offered by different cities: Venice Honeymoon Package from MumbaiVenice Honeymoon Package from ChennaiVenice Honeymoon Package from BangaloreVenice Honeymoon Package from DelhiVenice Honeymoon Package from HyderabadVenice Honeymoon Package from AhmedabadVenice Honeymoon Package from Chandigarh

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Visa Requirement

If you are planning to visit Venice, Italy, a Schengen tourist visa is required. The required documents for the visa application include a completed visa application form, passport-sized photographs, and a travel itinerary. You also need a valid passport with at least three months of validity beyond the intended stay. 

The visa fee for a Schengen visa is INR 6600 for adults and INR 3300 for children aged 6 to 12 years. The visa is usually valid for a period of up to 90 days within a 180-day period. It is essential to apply for the Schengen visa well in advance of the planned travel dates to allow for a processing time of 15-20 days, and to ensure a smooth travel experience.

Best time to visit Venice

1. Peak Season: The best time to visit Venice is during the peak season, which spans from late spring to early fall, particularly from May to September. You can explore various attractions like St. Mark's Basilica, the Doge's Palace, and the Grand Canal during this season. 

2. Shoulder Season: The shoulder seasons, which include early spring (March to April) and late fall (November), offer a balance between favourable weather and fewer crowds. It is an ideal time to visit landmarks like the Rialto Bridge and Cannaregio.

3. Waning Season: The waning season in Venice occurs during late fall and winter, from October to February. While tourist numbers decrease, it is an ideal time to enjoy the city's snowy charm without the crowds. You can explore attractions like the Peggy Guggenheim Collection or attend the Venice Carnival in February.

How to Reach Venice

By Air: Flight schedules are taken into consideration while curating Venice honeymoon packages from India, which also focus on smooth airport transfers. 

Direct Flights:

From Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi), Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (Mumbai), and Kempegowda International Airport (Bangalore)

To Airport: Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) 

Major Airlines: ITA Airways and Neos Air

Flight Duration: Approximately 8 to 9 hours

Flight Frequency: Available daily

Connecting Flights:

To travel from India to Venice by air, several major airports in India offer flights to Venice. Key departure points include New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, and Chennai. Major airlines providing service on this route include Emirates, Qatar Airways, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, and Air India. Typically, these flights involve at least one layover in cities such as Dubai), Doha, Frankfurt, Istanbul, or Munich. The total flight duration from India to Venice usually ranges between 11 to 15 hours, depending on the layover duration and the chosen route. 

Places to visit in Venice

1. Grand Canal

One of the most iconic waterways in the world, the Grand Canal stretches for approximately 3.8 kilometres (2.4 miles) from the entrance at the lagoon near Santa Lucia railway station. With Venice honeymoon package from India, you can see an impressive array of architectural styles in palaces, churches, and noble residences lining the canal. You can also see several iconic bridges, the most famous of which is the Rialto Bridge, built in the late 16th century. 

2. Rialto Bridge

Constructed between 1588 and 1591, the Rialto Bridge is one of the oldest bridges spanning the Grand Canal. Designed by architect Antonio da Ponte, the bridge has a graceful arching profile and two inclined ramps leading to a central portico. From the top of the Rialto Bridge, you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Grand Canal and its picturesque surroundings. 

3. Santa Maria della Salute

Constructed in the 17th century, it is a magnificent basilica located at the entrance of the Grand Canal in Venice. Designed by renowned architect Baldassare Longhena, the basilica is an exemplary work of Baroque architecture. Inside Santa Maria della Salute, you can admire a range of artistic treasures, including magnificent altars, intricate marble floors, and stunning frescoes by prominent Venetian artists. You can also climb to the top of the basilica's dome for a bird's-eye view of the city and its surrounding lagoon.

4. Doge's Palace

Built in the 14th century, the Doge's Palace served as the official residence of the Doge of Venice, the elected leader of the Venetian Republic. The palace is a stunning example of Venetian Gothic architecture including its delicate tracery, pointed arches, and ornate decorations. With the Venice honeymoon tour package, you can explore the Bridge of Sighs, which connects the palace to the adjacent prisons. You can also visit the majestic Hall of the Great Council, the sumptuous Chamber of the Council of Ten, and the intricate Golden Staircase here.

5. Saint Mark's Basilica

It is the principal place of worship in Venice and serves as the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Venice. The interior of Saint Mark's Basilica is adorned with over 8,000 square meters of stunning Byzantine mosaics, depicting biblical scenes, saints, and intricate patterns. You can explore its treasury, which houses a remarkable collection of religious relics, artifacts, and liturgical objects. 

Things to do in Venice

1. Take the Grand Canal Gondola Ride: With Venice honeymoon packages, gear up for a Venetian experience and admire the city's unique charm and beauty as you take the Grand Canal gondola ride. The Grand Canal is the main thoroughfare of Venice, winding its way through the historic centre of the city. Glide on Venice’s main waterway, stretching approximately 3.8 kilometres (2.4 miles), and panoramic views of Venice's majestic palaces, churches, and bridges, including the Rialto Bridge and the Doge's Palace. You can have a romantic experience as you glide on Venice's intricate waterways for 30 minutes. 

2. Visit St. Mark's Square at Night: Take a visit to St. Mark's Square, or Piazza San Marco at night, experiencing the soft glow of streetlights illuminating its historic buildings and elegant cafes. The square is surrounded by architectural masterpieces such as St. Mark's Basilica, and the Doge's Palace and you can see illuminated facades of these landmarks at night. With Venice honeymoon packages, you can enjoy live music performances, street entertainers, and cultural events. 

3. Enjoy a Romantic Lunch on the Torcello: Visit Torcello, one of the most peaceful and least-visited islands in the Venetian lagoon, and enjoy a romantic lunch with your partner. Treat your taste buds with traditional Venetian cuisine including Risotto al Nero di Seppia (Squid Ink Risotto), Sarde in Saor (Marinated Sardines), and Fegato Alla Veneziana (Venetian-style liver). Whether lounging on a terrace overlooking the water or dining in a cosy trattoria, you can unwind and enjoy each other's company with Venice Italy honeymoon packages. 

4. Visit the islands of Murano and Burano: Have a delightful and romantic excursion from Venice by visiting the islands of Murano and Burano on your honeymoon. You can visit historic glass factories in Murano and watch skilled artisans demonstrate their craft, creating intricate glass sculptures, vases, and jewellery. Burano is famous for its picturesque canals, vibrant pastel-coloured houses, and intricate lace-making tradition. You can wander through the charming streets of Burano and click photographs of the island's unique beauty.

5. Go on a Brenta Riviera cruise: During your honeymoon, you can take a romantic journey through the picturesque waterways of the Venetian hinterland with a Brenta Riviera cruise. Along the Brenta Riviera, you can admire an impressive array of historic villas and palaces built by Venetian aristocrats during the Renaissance and Baroque periods.. With Venice honeymoon packages from India, you can also enjoy delicious Venetian cuisine onboard while admiring the scenic views along the canal.

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What are the romantic things to do in Venice?

Venice has romance in its air and so is in all the things it has to offer to you. There is no way one could do a thing in Venice and it doesn’t turn out to be romantic. So pack your bags and get ready to unleash your pure love in the canals of Venice. Here is a list of few of the most romantic things to do in Venice:

1. Take the famous Venetian Gondola Ride
Hop into a motorboat and take it a few miles away from the urbanised banks of Venice across the Venetian lagoon. There you will come across the pristine and unspoilt islands of the city where you could unleash your love and let the romance flow in the Venetian air.

Also, you could wander around the various colorful colonies cum islands of the city and purchase the signature item of each of it.

Location: Grand Canal, Venetian Lagoon and surrounding water bodies of Venice

Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Depends upon the boat you choose and time you decide to spend on it. However, you will be charged €80 which is INR 5,640 for a 40 minutes ride and it increases after 7 in the evening and reaches till €100 which is INR 7,050.

Timings (Only if applicable): Depends upon you.

2. Witness the exotic Venetian art at the Church of the Frari
Head to the elegant Church of Frari and spend a romantic day witnessing the passionate as well as religious pieces of art by the renowned Venetian painter, Titian. This Gothic style church is a rustic place with hidden alleyways and silent squares where you could wander hand in hand around together.

Location: San Polo, 3072, 30125 Venezia VE, Italy

Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): It would cost you 3 euros per person.

Timings (Only if applicable): 07:30 AM to 07:00 PM on all days except on Sundays the church opens by 08:30 Am till 07:00 PM

3. Explore the colourful Dorsoduro
With narrowing down of the Grand Canal and the streets, the city fades into a countryside where you can enjoy a great shopping experience. You could purchase Venetian masks and Murano glass which are the signature things which are being sold here.

Also, it is advised to book a hotel at this place as this place is away from the hustle and bustle of the city and the air here is more romaticised than any other place in Venice.

Location: A part of central Venice, Dorsoduro is just a hop away from the Grand Canal via the Accademia Bridge.

Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not applicable

Timings (Only if applicable): Not applicable

4. Have a spectacular view of the Grand Canal from Venice’s Bridge
Catch the mesmerising sunset view from the Venice’s Bridge and witness the colour of the sky turning pink reflecting the same in the Grand Canal. Popularly known as the Rialto Bridge, this Bridge was constructed in the 16th century and the archways of the bridge sells handmade gifts which you must buy as a souvenir to take back home.

The bridge is near the Peggy Guggenheim Museum which you should visit along with this experience.

Location: Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy

Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not applicable

Timings (Only if applicable): Not applicable but you shall reach there before sunset.

5. A fine lunch on Torcello
Situated at a distance of 10 KM from the St Mark’s Square, Torcello could be easily accessed by a waterbus from the Ernest Hemingway. Ambling along the Byzantine style of architecture, reach the renowned restaurant called Locanda Cipriani.

It is an amazing Italian restaurant in Torcello where you can enjoy your steaming hot lunch on the terrace covered with pergolas.

Location: Torcello, Venice, Italy

Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Depends on what you eat

Timings (Only if applicable): 24 hours

6. Views from the St Mark’s Campanile
Hike up 99 meters above the square at the St Mark Campanile bell tower to witness the unobstructed view of the clustered red roofs protruding towards the endless Venetian lagoon. Reach to the further top using the elevator and spectate the picture perfect view of the mighty Dolomite mountains.

Location: Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy

Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): 12 euros per person

Timings (Only if applicable): 09:45 AM to 07:00 PM on all days of the week.

7. Watch a performance at Teatro La Fenice
Relax into your golden hued balcony seats of the restored opera house called Teatro La Fenice and wait to connect to the Venetian culture. You will be entertained with an amazing Ballet and Opera performance which will help you connect and know the artistic city of Venice.

You will reach here after a water bus ride and throughout your way you can witness the beautiful Italian, Gothic, Byzantine and many more styles of architecture.

Location: Campo San Fantin, 1965, Venice, Italy

Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): A theatre tour costs €9 (INR 635) and opera tickets start from €66 (INR 4,650).

Timings (Only if applicable): 9:30 AM to 6 PM

8. Hike up to the top of San Giorgio Maggiore
The history of the city is engulfed in the various monuments standing on the lands of Venice and the best way to witness the grandeur of them is from the heights. You must not miss elevating up to the tower of San Giorgio Maggiore and spectate a panoramic view of the city.

Location: It’s located near the Canale della Grazia, Saint Mark Basin, and the southern lagoon, and can be reached quickly through a vaporetto ride.

Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): €6

Timings (Only if applicable): 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM on all days of the week whereas it closes at 02:00 PM on Sundays.

What are the best places to visit in Venice during a honeymoon?

Venice is brimming with excellent places to be at during your honeymoon. Here is a list of some of the romantic places where you must take your better half and take back home the romance Venice has to offer you:

1. Rialto Bridge
Considered as one of the oldest bridges in Venice, Rialto Bridge took its shape in the late 16th century. Dividing the San Polo and San Marco, the bridge still strikes the old-world charm to its overlookers.

Forming the heart of the city, the bridge is locally popular by the name of Ponte di Rialto. You must visit the bridge to get a splendid view of the beautiful city of Venice.

Location: Sestiere San Polo, 30125 Venezia VE, Italy
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not applicable
Timings (Only if applicable): Not applicable

2. Grand Canal
The supreme waterway of the city, Grand Canal is a natural canal which is also the main way taken by tourists and locals alike for travelling across Venice. It is the centre corridor of the city, whose journey would reward you with the glimpse of the important monuments of the city.

You could take a vaporetti, motoscafi or a normal water taxi to roam around the Grand Canal at nominal rates. However, it is highly suggested that you book a private Gondola ride in the canal in the morning as well as in the evening.

Location: Venice
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not applicable
Timings (Only if applicable): Not applicable

3. Lido di Venezia
A sandy coastal stretch, Lido di Venezia is an island covering at least 11 KM of the northern Venice. It houses more than 20,000 locals and is famous for housing the Venice Film Festival every year.

Besides that, you must visit this place during your honeymoon to soak in the Venetian vibes and also sample the amazing street food served at the place.

Location: Lido di Venezia, Venice
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not applicable
Timings (Only if applicable): Not applicable

4. Venetian Lagoon
The colorful and custom rich city of Venice is settled in the center of a lagoon which is named Venetian Lagoon after the city. Locally called the Laguna Veneta, the waters of it hides some extremely precious and pristine gems.

You must take a rowing boat to the untarnished corners of the lagoon and spend some time with your loved one away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Location: Venice
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not applicable
Timings (Only if applicable): Not applicable

5. Galleria dell’Accademia
Brimming with the artistic works of the Venetian painters, Galleria dell’Accademia is a museum that has joined hands with Scuola Grande of Santa Maria della Carita. You must visit the place to witness the works from the era even before the 19th century and get lost in the beautiful paintings of the painters.

Location: 60, Via Ricasoli, 58, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): €12 per person
Timings (Only if applicable): 08:15 AM to 06:50 PM on all days except on Mondays.

6. The Bridge of Sighs
Locally called Ponte dei Sospiri in Italian language, The Bridge of Sighs is the former place for hanging the Venetian prisoners. Quite in contrast, the place has now become a renowned background among the lovebirds to frame their soulful kisses.

Infact, the Venetians say that a couple that has kissed under the bridge stay together forever. So do not miss on getting the blessings of the legends and kiss your better half under the bridge to carry forward the ritual.

Location: Piazza San Marco, 1, 30100 Venezia VE, Italy
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not Applicable
Timings (Only if applicable): 24 hours

7. St Mark’s Square
Venice’s most iconic location, St Mark’s Square is one of the best places where you can get numerous backgrounds at one place. You must visit the place and have a planned honeymoon photoshoot at the place.

After that, you could stroll around the places and enjoy a cup of Italian coffee along with some traditional snacks. However, it is highly recommended to catch either a sunrise or a sunset of the place as the place is best renowned for both of them.

Location: Piazza San Marco, 30100 Venezia VE, Italy
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not Applicable
Timings (Only if applicable): 24 hours

8. Saint Mark’s Church
An extremely opulent masterpiece, Saint Mark’s Church possesses a classic blend of Italian and Byzantine style of architecture which is clubbed together as Italo-Byzantine style. The luxurious place is known as ‘The Church of Gold’ due to its golden mosaics and golden hues on its amazing architecture.

You must visit the place with your loved one and witness the brilliant beauty of the place and wealth of Doge. Along with that, Doge’s Palace is also situated right in the same square which you shall visit along with the church.

Location: Piazza San Marco, 328, 30100 Venezia VE, Italy
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Although free, sometimes visitors are charged if there is some special occasion
Timings (Only if applicable):
- Monday to Saturday: 09:30 AM to 05:00 PM
- Sundays: 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM winters and 05:00 PM in summers

Please note that entry to the basilica closes 15 minutes from the closing time.

9. Terrazza Danieli
Dine in one of the most popular restaurants, Terrazza Danieli, which also lets you enjoy some romantic sights of the water lagoon it is situated parallel to. The Italian outdoor setting of the place makes it much more attractive which must be visited for a great authentic experience.

It doesn't only boast about setting and the views but food too. You can relish on lip-smacking and steaming Italian range of cuisines. All these elements club together to take you from the real world and transcend you to a fairytale of your own.

Location: Riva degli Schiavoni, 4196, 30122 Venezia VE, Italy
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): As per your order
Timings (Only if applicable):
- Lunch: 12:00 PM - 03:-00 PM
- Dinner: 07:00 PM - 10:30 PM
- Bar: 03:00 PM - 06:30 PM (May to September)

10. Burano Island:
Straight out of Disney movie, Burano Island is a small fishermen village adorned with some vibrant neon coloured houses. The small canals passing through them have a small boat floating outside each of the houses.

This entire visual becomes a treat to the eyes and good stuff for the frame. You must visit here and buy some delicate lace and local biscuits along with sampling the great and fresh seafood the place serves.

Location: Burano Island, Venice
Entry Fee/Price (Only if applicable): Not Applicable
Timings (Only if applicable): 24 Hours

How can I reach Venice?

You can reach Venice either by a direct flight to the Marco Polo Airport in Venice or commute from Italy. Italy houses two international airports namely Rome Fiumicino and Leonardo da Vinci Airport. Italy is situated at a distance of 533.6 km from Venice and it would take around 5 hours or so to cover the distance by road or train.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Venice? What is the cost of a tourist visa in Venice?

It takes around 15 to 45 days to get a visa to Venice from India, which is valid for up to 3 months. It would cost nearly INR 14,500 for a tourist visa to Venice of an adult whereas 11,500 INR for a child.

Which is the best time to visit Venice for a honeymoon? What is the ideal duration for a honeymoon in Venice?

The best time to visit Venice for a honeymoon would be the off-season from September to November. During this window, there would be very less crowd and you would be able to enjoy your honeymoon in peace.

The ideal duration for a honeymoon in Venice is 2 days. However, it is advised to expand the duration up to a week and add nearby cities like Florence, Rome and Cinque Terre in your itinerary too.

Is Venice good for couples?

Yes, Venice is counted among the top romantic destinations in the world. So, it is extremely good for couples to plan a vacation or a honeymoon to the city. You could sail through the canals of the city or explore the vibrant fishermen city of Burano.

Is Venice expensive for tourists?

An average tourist spends around 8,500 INR or $ 119 per day in Venice which includes meals, transportation and hotel expenses. So, Venice is not as expensive as the other cities in the world. You could spend less than the mentioned expense by planning your trip earlier.

What is special about Venice?

The special things about Venice are its water canals, vibrant houses, lip-smacking food, magnificent palaces, small and empty streets. All these make it a very romantic city and a perfect fit for a honeymoon destination. Even if it is not your honeymoon, you could also go there alone and soak in the Venetian vibes.

What are the most important points to be considered while planning our trip to Venice?

There are a few important points to be considered while planning a trip to Venice. But two of the most important are, one is to weigh your choice between the best weather, lesser crowd or happening carnivals happening in the city to decide your best time. And the second one to have a company of a local person or an expert guide to explore the city’s true essence.

Why is Venice famous as a honeymoon destination?

Adorned with beautiful canals and vibrant houses, the uncommon city of Venice has romance in its air. Couples get a good chance to get away from the crowd and spend some time in peace with each other’s company. All these factors make Venice a famous honeymoon destination.

Which are some of the luxurious hotels in Venice?

Venice is brimming with some of the best luxurious hotels and here is a list of some of the selected ones among them:

1. The Gritti Palace
The Gritti Palace is a charming Italian building with a common patio overlooking its parallel running canal. The pale orange building houses spacious rooms furnished with comfortable furniture and glass windows giving you views of the beautiful city of Venice.

2. Hotel Danieli
Painted in beige colours, Hotel Danieli is an elegant Italian building. Flooding with golden hues, the royal rooms of the hotel are furnished with classic Italian bed and beautiful curtains. Also, their common areas are adorned with some mesmerizing chandeliers where you could enjoy your great Italian coffee.

3. Aman Venice
Old-school candle chandeliers hanging from the roof of the hotel are nicely complementing the chic marble floor. The rooms of the hotel have cozy beds covered with neat white linens and a grey silk cover. The hotel also features a library where you can dig out some history of the beautiful city of Venice.

4. Hilton Molino Stucky Venice
Resembling the classic Eiffel Tower, Hilton Molino Stucky Venice is a treat for its spectators. You can laze in their amazing patio established on a long aisle situated on the calm waters of the surrounding ocean.

5. Palazzetto Pisani Grand Canal
Furnished with authentic Italian elements, Palazzetto Pisani Grand Canal is the perfect place for you to get some local Venetian vibes. You can also relish on their traditional cuisines served in their Italian setting.

What are the important documents we need to carry if we are travelling to Venice for a honeymoon?

Passport and a valid ID are some of the important documents you shall carry if you are travelling to Venice for a honeymoon. It is really important to have them for your convenience and safety.

What are the best adventure activities which we can do in Venice?

Venice gives you various amazing options for adventure activities which you could enjoy with your loved one. Here is a list of some of them which you shouldn’t miss on any cost:

1. Helicopter Tour
The beautiful setting of the city would be best witnessed for the height. For this, you could opt for a helicopter tour which will take you over the architectural marvels, colourful houses and calm canals of the city.

2. Rowing in the Grand Canal
The city of Venice has various canals passing through it and the Grand Canal is the most important one among them. You could take a rowing tour through the waters of the Grand Canal with your loved one. It is suggested that you opt for an evening tour to witness the gleaming city lights.

3. Kayaking
Kayaking is another adventurous activity which you can enjoy in the canals of the city. In this activity, you get to row a sleek boat on your own to explore the various untarnished corners of the city.

4. Gondola Ride
Gondola Ride is the ultimate activity every tourist of Venice should try. It is basically the local transport of the city which takes daily passengers from one place to another.

What are the best ways to commute in and around Venice?

The best ways to commute in and around Venice are either walking or taking water buses that sail through the canals throughout the city. As the entire Venice is a cluster of small islands, you will hardly find any roadways. However, these ways of transportation are also one of the best elements of the city.

Which are the best places to enjoy shopping in Venice? What is a must to buy thing in Venice?

These are the few of the best places to enjoy shopping in Venice:

1. Le Mercerie
Cluster of various streets, Le Mercerie is a world-class place of shopping in Venice. One could buy some trending fashion items and high-end branded products from this shopping site.

2. Salizada San Moise
If you wish to invest in Italian brands, Salizada San Moise is the place to be at. The place is filled with the famous brands of Italy.

3. San Samuele
San Samuele is the place to purchase some good quality fabric and craft products.

There are a lot of things which you could buy from the Venetian markets. The city is known for trending fashion, craft work and fresh harvest. So you can buy clothes and fabric from the latest fashion as well as some amazing craft work done by renowned and trainee artists alike.

You must buy Murano Glass Work, Handmade Carnival Mask, Wooden Sculptures, Paintings and Paper Goods. Besides this, the city also offers the most delicate lace in the world so you must bring delicate lace back home with you.

What sort of nightlife we can experience? Which all places are best for clubbing?

Venice offers you a nightlife which consists of late night meals, clubbing, bars and a couple of glasses of excellent local wine. You can opt for any of these things and also go for night sailing in the Grand Canal of the city.

These are some of the best places where you can go for a great clubbing experience in Venice as well:

1. Venice Jazz Club
It is a jazz bar with romantic dim lights which hosts some performances of live music. Also, they host guest acts where you can indulge in some artistic and fun activities.

2. The Cafe Rosso
With a menu loaded with a variety of cocktails, coffees and finger foods, The Cafe Rosso is a Bohemian bar which is buzzing with tourists all the time.

3. Piccolo Mondo Disco
Flooding with dim neon lights, Piccolo Mondo Disco is a renowned place where people flock to shake a leg and have a couple of drinks along with some lip smacking Italian and international snacks.

4. Skyline Rooftop Bar
A classic rooftop place with a swimming pool overlooking the beautiful city of Venice and its skyline. People visit here to relish on exotic drink of cocktails in the gleaming pool.

Which are the best restaurants to visit in Venice? What cuisine do we try in Venice?

Venice has a great range of authentic cuisines and these are the few places where you could try some of the choicest delicacies of the place:

1. Trattoria Antiche Carampane
A place adorned with various photos framing the memories of the cafe, Trattoria Antiche Carampane is a place where you can relish yourself on some great Venetian seafood cooked in traditional style.

2. La Zucca
A cosy place where tables are set by the canal, La Zucca is a very popular place frequented by locals and tourists alike. You must visit the place to enjoy some seasonal delicacies of Venice as well as a range of vegetarian options.

3. Al Cove
Rustic style restaurant which has tables set outside the restaurant in open, Al Covo is a place to entertain yourself with some great food and spectacular views.

4. Ristorante Riviera
A great place with a spectacular waterfront terrace, Ristorante Riviera doesn’t only serve you with great food but amazing views and splendid service too. The food served here are the classic picks from the classic Venetian dishes which you must try upon your visit to Venice.

5. Antiche Carampane
Flooding with some of the best Venetian art pieces and shiny mirrors Antiche Carampane is a small and cosy place possessing Italian interiors. You can relish on sea-food focused Venetian cuisines along with some authentic beverages.

Which spots are best for honeymoon photography in Venice?

These are some of the best spots for honeymoon photography in Venice:

- San Marco Square
- St. Mark’s Basilica
- Doge’s Palace
- Bell-Tower Saint-Mark
- The coast opposite to San Giorgio Maggiore
- Caffe Florian
- Gondola Ride
- Rialto Bridge
- Canals
- Bridges over Venetian Canals

These are those spots which possess beautiful Italian, Gothic and Venetian style of architecture in the background along with canals, boats and bridges which gives an amazing Venetian background. You can bring your camera along with you and capture your beautiful moments against these eye-catching backdrops.

What are the essential items that one must pack while travelling to Venice?

Venice is a city where one would not wish to drag a huge bag along with them. So, here is the list of some of the very important things one must pack while travelling to Venice:

- Just two pairs of bottoms which could be either pants, shorts or skirts.
- You could pack 4 or 5 tops out of which one could be a long-sleeved and the others of short sleeves.
- A light jacket and a wrap.
- Good comfortable sports shoes.
- One dress.
- Socks.
- Sunglasses.
- Hats and caps.
- A side bag or a small backpack.
- Water Bottle.
- Anti-Nausea meds.

Which are the famous canals to visit in Venice for couples?

1. Grand Canal: The major traffic canal of Italy, Grand Canal is the longest canal of Italy. It runs for 4 KM and it measured 5 m in terms of its depth. One of the most famous canals in Venice, tourists never miss taking a Gondola ride in this canal.

2. Canals of Burano Island: Burano Island is aligned with neon coloured Italian houses which belong to the fishermen community of the country. It is highly recommended to visit this canal to enjoy a picturesque view of this beautiful town.

Which are the famous vineyards for wine tours in Venice?

1. Prosecco Wine Tasting Tour: Situated at a distance of around 1 hour from Venice, Prosecco Winery is one of the best places to plan your vine tour. You can also sample the greatest brews of wine in Italy and take the bottles of the best ones back with you.

2. La Frassina: Sprawling across a large area of land, La Frassina is one of those wineries of Venice where you can find the four most typical wines crafted in the country of Italy. This place is situated 76 KM away from Venice which will take you around an hour to cover.

3. Azienda Agricola Luigino Molon: Loaded with huge steel and wooden barrels, Azienda Agricola Luigino Molon is a winery not only famous for its excellent wines but also Ventian food. You must sample excellent food and the particular wines that go with the food.

4. Orto Di Venezia: Orto Di Venezia is the winery of Venice producing the best wine in the country by the name ‘Orto.’ It is situated right in the city of Venice which means you will save a lot of time visiting this winery.

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