15 Things to Do in Venice 2020 (Starting from ₹778 Only)

Things to do in Venice

Enjoy the Gondola Ride, visit and climb up the Campanile, attend Carnevale, Glassmaking in Murano, tour the Art Museums, visiting the lace-making workshops in Burano, take a Wine tour, have fun at Alberoni Beach, attend an Opera concert, Have fun at Casino De Venezia, shop at  Galleria Barcella, Visit Palazzo Ducale, Fondazione Querini Stampalia and many more.

Venice is a floating city in Italy known for its splendid architecture, history and the romantic Gondola rides. Situated on a group of 118 islands surrounded by lagoons, there are plenty of things to do in Venice. Right from riding gondolas and vaperratos to taking walking tours of this archaic city, or visiting the many islands such as Burano - known for its lace-making and Murano- for its glass-making factories, to absorb the enchanting Venetian vibes further.

If you are still wondering What to do in Venice? Fret not, Venice still has ample surprises up its sleeve. The food and the local wines served in the many fantastic restaurants here would leave you feeling full for days. Besides good food, the city is boasting with art, you can attend an opera at one of the city’s renowned theatres or spend a night enjoying the music at a Venetian Jazz club. Further, the art scene is also quite prominent in the many museums across the city.

For all the shoppers, Venice would leave you more than pleased with its shopping streets and areas, selling authentic Italian leather items, exclusive Venetian merchandise and delectable local produce. Moreover, there are still many activities to do in Venice, like climbing up the city’s oldest bell-tower for the best views or enjoying a leisurely holiday at the pristine beaches in Venice. The nightlife in Venice is also going to leave a memorable impression on anyone visiting.

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Doge's Palace Tickets I Book Now @ Flat 24% off Featured
Doge's Palace Tickets I Book Now @ Flat 24% off

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Venice

About the palace:Doge's Palace is the symbol of Venice and is widely known as one of the most beautiful structures in the world. Its golden staircase and the hundreds of breathtaking paintings made by world-renowned master artists is a treat for the eye. It also has the world's longest canvas painting: Paradise by Tintoretto, an unbelievably detailed and ornate depiction of heaven, and his final masterpiece.About the activity:This package offers you skip the line entry inside the palace, avoid the hassle of long queues and spend more time at the palace. See the amazing marvels of the palace and get mesmerized by its grand endeavour. You'll also be able to cross the Bridge of Sighs, which is known in history as the bridge where prisoners would cross on their way to their cells. This wonderful place will surely leave a lasting impression on your mind. There will be an English speaking guide along with you and he will tell you interesting stories and facts about the place. Meet Up Information:Time: Nov-Mar 10:30am /Apr-Oct 10:45am/2:15pmLocation: Yex Exchange Office, under the clock tower in San Marco SquareBe at the meeting point 15 minutes before the tour begins. No refunds will be issued for latecomers and no-showsNote:Nov-Mar: Children aged 0-2 can join for freeApr-Oct: Children aged 0-5 can join for free
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Murano, Burano & Torcello Tour from Venice, Book Now @ Flat 23% off Featured
Murano, Burano & Torcello Tour from Venice, Book Now @ Flat 23% off

4H

Venice

About the place:Murano, Burano and Torcello, the 3 islands near Venice are known for their arts and culture. Murano is famous for its glass-forming art, Burano is known for its vibrant houses painted in bright colours and Torcello is known for being the place where Ernest Hemmingway wrote Across the River and Into the Trees. These 3 islands are the pillars that are keeping the arts and culture of Italy alive.About the activity:This day trip will take you to these 3 islands in a boat along the Mediterranean Sea. You'll get the opportunity to enter one of the glass factories in Murano and witness masters working hard and creating unique glass arts & crafts. Then you will journey to Torcello Island, and wonder at the Byzantine Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, and the Church of Santa Fosca. Lastly, you will be visiting Burano Island and see its lovely colourful houses. You'll also witness the local ladies knitting intricate lacework as you take a walk through the streets.There will be an English speaking guide all along, who will tell you interesting facts and stories about the places.Tour Schedule:9:30am/2:30pm departure available from 1-31 Mar and from 1 Apr-31 Oct2:00pm departure available from 4 Nov-29 FebMeet Up Information:Meet up time: 9:30am/2:00pm/2:30pmThis tour starts from a yellow desk located in front of Hotel Danieli Excelsior (See instruction photo below)Please be at the meeting point at least 15 minutes before the tour beginsNote:Nov-Mar: Children aged 0-1 are free to joinApr-Oct: Children aged 0-5 are free to join
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INR 1,597

Underground Venice Walking Tour | Flat 10% off Best Seller
Underground Venice Walking Tour | Flat 10% off

2H

Venice

Capital of the Veneto region, Venice is a city located in northeast Italy. The city is popular for beautiful settings, artwork, and a predominantly Venetian Gothic architecture. With this tour, explore a different side of the city.About Underground Venice Walking Tour:Explore canal city of Venice when the dusk falls down. Adore the beauty of quaint and picturesque city burst into life with an array of dazzling nightlights and festivities during the evening. Get to explore the darkest and spine-chilling corners of this city on this underground Venice walking tour.Dig deep into the city's creepy halls with candles, which will be the only source of light for your tour. Echoing sounds of your footsteps inside this underground mausoleum makes this tour an unnerving one. Not to mention, get to stroll around the San Croce and Dorsoduro districts and walk through hidden alleyways.Get intrigued about Venetian supernatural phenomena and grisly crimes with the guide. Visit the completely different side of Venice on this tour. Book the package now and be left with a lot of memories to share with your friends and family members back home.Meet up time: 4:45 pm/6:45 pmMeet up location: Under the clock right outside the Santa Lucia Train Station.How to Reach:30100 Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, ItalyWalk to Scalzi Bridget. As you cross the bridge, turn left onto Rio Tera Lista di Spagna and continue straight for 50 meters. The station will be on your right-hand side.Note:Children aged 0-5 years can join the underground Venice walking tour for free.Min 2 adults are required to book this underground walking tour in Venice.
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INR 3,222

INR 2,899

Venice Airport Transfer by Actv Aerobus | Flat 10% off Best Seller
Venice Airport Transfer by Actv Aerobus | Flat 10% off

1H

Venice

Known for its interconnected canals and its gondola rides, Venice feels like visiting a place to make your dream come true. If you are visiting this land of art, history, magic, tradition, and diversity, choose to get transferred between Marco Polo Airport and Venice central locations by ACTV Aerobus.About Venice airport transfers by Actv Aerobus:With Thrillophilia, get a chance to get transferred between Marco Polo Airport and Venice's main areas. Enjoy safe and convenient bus transfers between the airport and the city’s central locations in an ACTV Aerobus. Just sit back and relax while you reach to your destination on the bus.There are two options to choose from, either one way or round trip tickets to Piazzale Roma, Mestre station, and Favaro Veneto. The package is ready to fulfill your transfer needs. The modern and comfortable air-conditioned buses are driven by professional experienced drivers.Venice Marco Polo Airport and VeniceBus: Route No. 5 AerobusLocation: Near the airport's arrivals exit 'B'Duration: 20 minutesDestination: Piazzale Roma, one of the main tourist terminals in VenicePlease check the timetable in advanceVenice Marco Paolo Airport and MestreBus: Routes No. 15 or 45Location: Near Aerobus bus stop, meters away from the airport's arrivals exit 'B'Destination: Central Mestre, Mestre railway station or Favaro VenetoPlease check the timetable of Bus 15 and Bus 45 in advanceRedemption Process:You must get a physical ticket at one of the following locations:ACTV Self-service Machine Locations:Venice Marco Polo AirportOutside Santa Lucia Train StationSanta Lucia Train Station VaporettoFerrovia Scalzi VaporettoPiazzale Roma TramAccademia VaporettoSan Marco/Vallaresso VaporettoSan Marco/Giardinetti RealiSan Zaccaria/Pieta VaporettoNaval Historic MuseumGiardini Biennale VaporettoArsenale Tese vaporettoFondamenta Nove vaporettoZattere vaporettoNote:Children aged 0 - 6 years can avail of Actv Aerobus Venice airport transfers for free.
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Hop on Hop off Venice City Sightseeing Boat Tour, Flat 24% off Best Seller
Hop on Hop off Venice City Sightseeing Boat Tour, Flat 24% off

Venice

About the place:Venice is known as the city of water. It is famous all over the world for its intricate canal system and wonderful architecture. A visit to Venice calls for a sightseeing tour of the city, and what can be a better mode of transport than a boat. Just like buses, Venice has public transportation boats which sail between the city's major attractions. About the activity:This hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour is the best way to explore Venice. Take control of your own itinerary and hop on and hop off the boat at any point you desire to go. Witness the grandeur of Venetian historic sites such as the Piazza San Marco and Ponte dei Sospiri, the beaches of Lido, Murano, and more. Get to explore the city’s 150 interconnecting canals and 400 bridges in this hop-on hop-off boat tour.Boat Stops:Ferrovia Compartimentale S.Lucia – side F30TronchettoStazione Marittima Terminal CrociereSan Marco Giardinetti RealiLido S.M. Elisabetta Pontile ACTVYalos Murano Pontile Fornace FerroZattere IncurabiliNote:Children aged 0-4 are free of chargeChild ticket: Age 5-15Adult ticket: Age 16+
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Private Venice Airport Transfers For Downtown Venice Featured
Private Venice Airport Transfers For Downtown Venice

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Venice

Visiting Venice is like visiting a city of dreams. Nestled in northeast Italy, the city is the land of art, history, magic, tradition, and diversity. With us, avail the transfer without the hassle of public transportation.About private Venice airport transfers:Thrillophilia allows you to travel from Venice Marco Polo Airport to Downtown Venice without the hassle in a private vehicle. There are three multi-purpose, modern airconditioned vehicles that can suit up to 7 travellers with luggage to choose from.The friendly and knowledgable driver takes you to the destination with areas having no crowds or no lines. Enjoy the beauty of Paris on your way while you relax in your comfortable vehicle. The private Venice airport transfer package covers all the expenses from fuel costs to highway tolls. Vehicle:Please ensure to select the correct type of car according to the luggage limits stated below. The driver has the right to refuse service due to excess luggage which would result in having an unsafe vehicle whilst in motionEconomy CarVW Golf, Ford Focus or similarGood for 4 passengersCan fit 3 pieces of luggageMinibusVolkswagen Multivan, Toyota HiaceGood for 7 passengersCan fit 7 pieces of luggageLuggage:The standard luggage size is 24in. Luggage sizes bigger than 24in is equivalent to 2 pieces of luggage (e.g. one 28in luggage will amount to two pieces of 24in luggage)Please note: The operator will double-check if the passenger chose the right vehicle before they confirm a booking. It is highly recommended to book a larger vehicle during your private airport transfers in Venice if the passenger is traveling with excess luggageChild Seat:Regardless of age, every child is considered a passenger. Please take this reminder into account when entering the number of passengers during booking (one child seat counts as a 1.5 adult)In compliance with the law, children aged 0-12 are required to travel with child seats (chair or booster). The driver has the right to refuse service due to the lack of child seats
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60 Ratings

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INR 12,738

Enjoy Wine Tasting in Venice | Book Now @ ₹2199 Only! Best Seller
Enjoy Wine Tasting in Venice | Book Now @ ₹2199 Only!

1H

Venice

A beautiful city known for its interconnected canals and its gondola rides, Venice is located in northeast Italy and the capital of the Veneto region. The package allows you to go on a tour where you can view the winemaking process and taste the best of wines.About Wine Tasting Venice:One of the best things to do in the canal city of Venice is to explore its bustling streets and canals to look for and taste the local wine. With Thrillophilia, get a chance to visit a highly touted winery in the city’s Dorsoduro District. Not to mention, tasting of two top-quality Venetian wine flavors paired with juicy cold cuts or scrumptious Cicchetti is also included in the package.If you are a wine lover then wine tasting Venice tour is the best package to opt for, it will make you will fall in love with wines. By 4:45 in the evening arrive at the Adriatico Mar in Venice's Dorsoduro district. Wine tasting and food pairing start at around 5:00 pm. The tour ends at 6:00 o'clock and helps you create everlasting memories. The taste of the wine will never lave your buds and you would wish to avail the package again.Meet up time: 4:45 pmHow To Reach:Adriatico MarWalk to Church San Nicola da Tolentino and then walk down Fondamenta dei Tolentini for about 50 meters. Turn right at Fondamenta Minotto and then walk straight for about 150 meters until you reach a bridge. Cross the bridge and look to your left. The Osteria Adriatico Mar should be there.Note:Participants aged 0-17 are not allowed to drink wine therefore, they are not recommended to participate.
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Gondola Ride with Serenade in the Grand Canal & Minor Canals Featured
Gondola Ride with Serenade in the Grand Canal & Minor Canals

Venice

About the place:Venice is famous all around the world for its canal system. There are no roads and motor vehicles in the city. The locals use a special traditional boat called Gondola to traverse around the city. About the activity:This activity offers you a chance to ride in a traditional Gondola and sail around the city. Take in the sights of the stunning buildings that look like they're floating on the emerald green waters of Venice, and let its beauty take your breath away. You can choose to take a team of musicians with you who will play a special serenade for you in the backdrop of a wonderful Venice evening to make it more romantic. This is a must take experience in Venice. Book Now!Meet Up Information:Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled departure. No refunds will be issued for no-shows and late arrivalsPlease go directly to the gondoliers for the check inDeparture time: 3:30pm (Nov-Mar), 6:30pm/7:30pm (Apr-Oct)Location: GONDOLIERS LANDING STAGE Campo Santa Maria del Giglio (in front of The Gritti Palace Hotel)Note:Children aged 0-2 are free of charge only if they don't occupy seats
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Venice Museum Pass, Buy Now @ Flat 25% Off! Featured
Venice Museum Pass, Buy Now @ Flat 25% Off!

Venice

About the place:Venice is famous all around the world for its intricate canal systems. Also known as the city of water, Venice is one of those rare gems of the world which gives a different colour to travel. But not a lot of people know that Venice has a lot of amazing civic museums that preserve the art and history of the place. About the Venice Museum Pass:The Venice Museum Pass offers you fast track passes to 11 of the best civic museums in Venice. Explore these museums without spending a lot of money on the tickets with this Venice Museum Pass! This pass will give you free and fast track entry into famous attractions like the Doge's Palace which has been the official house of Venice's government throughout the Ducal history, and Ca' Rezzonico which has collections of armoury &  Venice's Naval History. You will also get free entry at other attractions like Lace Museum and Glass Museum.Take this Venice museum pass on your next visit to Venice, skip the line and enter these museums without any hassle.Museums Included:Doge's Palace (St. Mark's Square Museums)Museo Correr (St. Mark's Square Museums)Archaeological Museum (St. Mark's Square Museums)Monumental Rooms of the Biblioteca Marciana (St. Mark's Square Museums)Cà Rezzonico (18th century Venice Museum)Palazzo Mocenigo (Museum of Textiles and Costumes)Carlo Goldoni's House (Museum and Library of Theatrical Studies)Ca' Pesaro (International Gallery of Modern Art and Oriental Art Museum)Glass Museum (Murano Island)Lace Museum (Burano Island)Natural History Museum (Fontego dei Turchi)Note:Child ticket: Age 6-14Student ticket: Age 15-25Senior ticket: Age 65+Children aged 0-5 can enter the museums for free
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40 Ratings

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40 Ratings

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INR 3,946

INR 2,946

Venice Airport Water Bus Transfers by Actv Vaporetto, Flat 15% off Best Seller
Venice Airport Water Bus Transfers by Actv Vaporetto, Flat 15% off

1D

Venice

Venice is the city of dreams. Located in northeast Italy, the city is known for its beautiful settings, artwork, and a predominantly Venetian Gothic architecture. If you wish to avail of the most economical transfer option in this city, this is the perfect package for you.About Venice airport water bus:With Thrillophilia, avail Venice airport water bus transfers by ACTV Vaporetto. The ticket allows you to ride the Vaporetto, a waterbus that’ll take you between Venice and its surrounding islands. Or you can choose to cruise the quaint streets of Venice Municipal by hopping on the Lido buses.With this ticket, you can enjoy unlimited rides on the Vaporetto and the Motoscafi, waterbuses that can take you between the city proper and the nearby islands, the ACTV buses in Venice Mestre, Marghera, and the Mainland and the Lido buses and the Venetian Lagoon island transports. There are three options to choose from, the 24-hour, 48-hour and 72-hour ticket.Ticket Types:24 hours Pass48 hours Pass72 hours PassRedemption Process:To avail of your tourist Venice airport water bus ticket, you must print the voucher for this ticket. It contains the QR and PNR codes necessary to avail of your ticket. You must also bring a valid ID with photo (e.g. passport, driver's license) just in case the ticket inspector requests for itAt the ACTV Self-service Ticket Machine, choose your preferred language (it's available in Italian, English, French, German, and Spanish), then select Collect Tickets Purchased Online, and then place the QR code next to the reader window on the left of the machine.ACTV Self-service Machine Locations:Venice Marco Polo AirportOutside Santa Lucia Train StationSanta Lucia Train Station VaporettoFerrovia Scalzi VaporettoPiazzale Roma TramAccademia VaporettoSan Marco/Vallaresso VaporettoSan Marco/Giardinetti RealiSan Zaccaria/Pieta VaporettoNaval Historic MuseumGiardini Biennale VaporettoNote:You must redeem the Venice airport water taxi ticket within 24 months of the date of purchase.Children aged 0 - 6 years can avail the transfers free of cost when accompanied by a paying adult.
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49 Ratings

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49 Ratings

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INR 2,048

INR 1,740

Saint Mark's Basilica Tickets, Book Now @ Flat 29% off Best Seller
Saint Mark's Basilica Tickets, Book Now @ Flat 29% off

1H

Venice

About the place:Saint Mark's Basilica, nicknamed Chiesa d'Oro (Golden Basilica/Church of Gold) is a masterpiece of Byzantine art and architecture, and another one of the best architectural marvels in the world. Its marble inlays and beautiful gold mosaics will mesmerize you by their beauty. A lot of people visit this place everyday and due to this, it is very difficult to get into. But no worries, we bring you fast track entry and guided tour of the church.About the activity:Tour gives you skip the line entry and a guided tour of the Saint Mark's Basilica.A knowledgable and friendly guide will be with you throughout the experience and tell you interesting stories and facts about the basilica's Biblical scenes. You'll be surprised to know the story of St. Mark by look into the basilica's Treasury which is filled with magnificent religious artefacts collected over centuries. You will also be seeing the famous Pala d'Oro which is made from thousands of gems & precious stones. You will also step inside the beautiful Golden Saint Mark's Basilica and figure out why this place is a masterpiece of the Byzantine Art. You will be awestruck by the beauty and stories of the place. Meet Up Information:Meet up time: 12:00pmMeet up location: "Yex" Exchange Office, under the clock tower in San Marco SquarePlease be at the meeting point 15 minutes before the tour begins. No refunds will be issued for no-shows or late arrivalsNote:Nov-Mar: Children aged 0-2 can join for freeApr-Oct: Children aged 0-5 can join for free
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35 Ratings

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35 Ratings

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INR 3,342

INR 2,342

Venice Walking Tour , Book Now @ Flat 20% off Best Seller
Venice Walking Tour , Book Now @ Flat 20% off

1H

Venice

Venice Walking TourAbout the place:Venice is also known as the city of waters and is famous all over the world for its intricate canal system. The wonderful architecture, culture and rich history are the main highlights of the place. In a city like this, a walking tour is a rare thing. Besides that, the city also has a good network of walkways for citizens and tourists. About the activity:A tour guide will take you through the city's major attractions. The first stop is the Piazza San Marco, that has been printed all over the world in postcards and pictures as St. Mark's Square. Then you'll go to the world-famous San Marco Basilica and Palazzo Ducale, or Doge's Palace, two of the most-renowned architectural marvels of the world. You will then be going to the Bell Tower, that that stands high above the city of Venice. After this stop, you will be visiting the Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo which is one of the largest churches in Venice. You'll be awestruck by the artistry at this place. Your last stop would be the Mercerie, or the shopping street, where you can buy some amazing items and take them back home with you. This Venice walking tour will give you insights about the rich history and culture of Venice.Meet Up Location: "Yex" Exchange Office, under the clock tower in San Marco SquareTime: 9:00amBe at the meeting point 15 minutes before the meet up time. No refunds will be issued for latecomers and no-shows.Note:Nov-Mar: Children aged 0-2 are free to joinApr-Oct: Children aged 0-5 are free to join
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38 Ratings

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38 Ratings

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INR 2,454

INR 1,963

Water Taxi from Marco Polo Airport to Venice | Book @ Flat 10% off Featured
Water Taxi from Marco Polo Airport to Venice | Book @ Flat 10% off

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Venice

Nestled in northeast Italy, visiting Venice feels like visiting a city of dreams. Known for its beautiful settings, artwork and a predominantly Venetian Gothic architecture, the city is one of the must-visits. With Thrillophilia, enjoy efficient transfers to and from Marco Polo Airport and central Venice areas.About Water Taxi from Marco Polo Airport to Venice:Get a chance to explore Venice like a true local on this hassle-free shared waterbus transfer service via the sea. Board an Alilaguna waterbus and experience comfortable transfers to and from Marco Polo Airport and central Venice areas.One of the best ways to explore Venice is through its waters. With us, book direct transportation services to or from Marco Polo Airport and central Venice destinations. Available are open-dated single or round trip waterbus tickets valid for the Blue, Orange, and Red lines with various stops along the way.Alilaguna Waterbus Lines:There are 3 lines available for this transfer service (please check the map for details regarding the routes):Blue Line (Linea Blu)Alilaguna Linea Blu connects Venice Marco Polo Airport with Cruise Terminal, passing through San MarcoFrequency: Every 30-60 minutesStops: Marco Polo Airport, Murano Colonna, F.Te Nove, Ospedale, Bacini, Certosa, Lido S.M.E., Arsenale, San Zaccaria, San Marco, Zattere, Giudecca Stucky, Cruise TerminalOrange Line (Linea Arancio)Alilaguna Linea Arancio connects Venice Marco Polo Airport with San MarcoFrequency: Every 30 minutes during the day, every 60 minutes during the nightStops: Marco Polo Airport, F.Te Nove, Madonna Dell'orto, Guglie, San Stae, Rialto, Sant Angelo, Ca' Rezzpnico, Santa Maria Del GiglioRed Line (Linea Rossa)Alilaguna Linea Rossa connects Venice Marco Polo Airport with Cruise Terminal, passing through Murano and San MarcoFrequency: Every 30-60 minutes, operates during summer season only (17 Apr 2019-5 Nov 2019)Stops: San Marco, Murano, Marco Polo AirportNote:The Water Taxi from Marco Polo Airport to Venice open-dated ticket is valid up to 24 months of the date of purchase.If it is a round trip ticket, it has to be correctly retained and used within 30 days from arrival validation.Children aged 0 - 6 years can avail of Venice airport transfer water taxi for free if accompanied by a paid adult.
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INR 1,444

INR 1,299

Gondola Ride in Grand Canal, Book Now @ Flat 18% off SPECIAL OFFERS
Gondola Ride in Grand Canal, Book Now @ Flat 18% off

Venice

Venice is famous all over the world for its canal systems. Grand Canal is one of the major canals in the city which connects major landmarks. The locals often travel around the city in small boats called Gondola. This package offers you a ride in a classic Gondola in the Grand Canal.About the activity:This tour will take you cruising along the Grand Canal and pass by some of the major attractions of the city. After you get greeted by your Gandolier, you will be cruising to Mozart's House and Desdemona's House and then moving towards the La Fenice Theatre, famous for its Italian theatre high brow opera productions. Visit the amazing Peggy Guggenheim Collection Palace viewpoint, see magnificent exhibitions of Cubism, Futurism, Surrealism, Metaphysical Painting, and many higher masterpieces of modern art. Visit the Salute Church and Punta della Dogana. The place offers magnificent views of S. Giorgio's Island, Saint Mark's Campanile and Doge's Palace.Audio Commentary with 8 languages including English / Chinese / Japanese / French / German / Spanish / Italian / Russian will also be provided to you on board. Take this Gandola ride in the Grand Canal, get to know about the history and culture, and see some of the best attractions of Venice.Choose from the following booking options:Option 1- Grand Canal Gondola Experience with CommentaryDeparture time: 11:00am/4:00pmAddress: Calle Larga Ascensione, 1256-1255, 30124 Venezia VE, ItalyPlease look for the assistant carrying a GONDOLA TOUR signboardHow to Reach?By public vaporetto: Take line #1 and get off at San Marco Vallaresso stop. Proceed straight on to the end of Calle Vallaresso. At the end turn right until you arrive up to a colonnade. The entrance of Museo Correr is under the colonnade. In front of it you will find the assistant waiting for you with a signboard Gondola TourBy private watertaxi: Ask the driver to take you to the Todaro landing stage. Once you get off, turn left and go straight on up to Calle Vallaresso. At the end turn right until you arrive up to a colonnade. The entrance of Museo Correr is under the colonnade. In front of it you will find the assistant waiting for you with a signboard Gondola TourBy Walking: Museo Correr is located in Saint Mark’s Square. Once by the Bell Tower leaving the Basilica behind you proceed straight on to the colonnade with Museo Correr’s entrance. In front of it you will find the assistant waiting for you with a signboard Gondola TourOption 2 - Grand Canal Gondola Experience without CommentaryDeparture time: 3:00pm/5:15pmAddress: Calle Larga Ascensione, 1256-1255, 30124 Venezia VE, ItalyPlease look for the assistant carrying a GONDOLA TOUR signboardHow To Reach?By public vaporetto: Take line #1 and get off at “San Marco Vallaresso” stop. Proceed straight on to the end of Calle Vallaresso. At the end turn right until you arrive at a colonnade located in front of a post officeBy private watertaxi: Ask the driver to take you to the Todaro landing stage. Once you get off, turn left and go straight on to Calle Vallaresso. At the end turn right until you arrive at a colonnade located in front of a post officeBy Walking: Calle Larga de l’Ascension is located near Saint Mark’s Square. Once by the Bell Tower leave the Basilica behind you proceed straight on to the colonnade with Museo Correr’s entrance. Pass under the portico and in front of it you will find a post officeNote:Children aged 0-2 are free to join.
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I had heard a lot about this place before now I finally visited it. It was a great experience. The guide was knowledgeable and useful.
Mesmerized. This was my best experience in Venice. Thank you thrillophilia for giving me this tour.
I had seen it only is movies, now i lived it. Gondola ride in grand canal was so beautiful. The whole city was looking so beautiful with the sunset. Just amazing!
I never thought that traveling would be so comfortable. I was on a business trip and booked the airport to downtown Venice transfer. The driver was friendly and dropped me to the destination on time.
Booked private Venice airport transfers for Downtown Venice and i must say it was a very comfortable transfer. The driver was friendly and professional.
Enjoyed unlimited rides on Venice ACTV Vaporetto and bus transports with tourist ticket. I got stuck at Santa Lucia Train Station and called the customer service of Thrillophilia. They helped me very quickly. Happy with service!
Booked Venice ACTV Vaporetto and bus transports tourist ticket and this was so easy transfer on buses. I got a map and it was very convenient and helpful.
I looked at many websites but found the best price at thrillphilia so I booked with them immediately, they shared the voucher quickly. THe building is really beautiful and the guide was good too

People Also Ask About Venice Things To Do

  1. What are the best things to do in Venice?

    If you are planning a trip to the floating city but are confused about what to do in Venice, this list of the Activities to do in Venice will help you.

    1. Gondola Ride
    One of the must-have activities to do in Venice. A Gondola is a wooden boat mainly found in the floating city. The primary source of transportation, a gondola ride is something that you just can't miss. You can go for a day ride or at night, the charges for a night ride are costlier, but the stunning lit up Venice alleys more than make-up for it.

    Location: Grand Canal (most famous)
    Price: €80 for daytime and €100 after 7 pm for 40-minute. Additional €40 or €50 after 7 pm each for an extended 20 minutes.
    Timings: 10 am - 10 pm

    2. Visit and climb up the Campanile
    The original tower was made in 1902, later destroyed and then rebuilt in 1912. It is the tallest and the oldest bell tower in Venice and just the spot for a bird-eye view of the city. One of the Offbeat Things to Do in Venice, you should take an elevator ride to the top and get a glimpse of the afar Dolomites mountain range as well.
    Situated in St. Mark's square, you could also tour the museums here or take a stroll of the golden-hued square, which is one of the Free things to do in Vence.

    Location: St. Mark's Square, Piazza San Marco, 30124 Venezia VE, Italy
    Price: 12 Euro
    Timings: 9:45 am – 7 pm

    3. Attend Carnevale
    If you are visiting Venice in February, you cannot miss the Mardi Gras celebrations that take place here. The city hosts a grand festival known as Carnevale and attending it is one of the top activities to do in Venice. The festivities go on for weeks with people dressed in period costumes, Venetian masks, attending masquerade balls.
    Apart from this, there are reenactments of 'Fight of Angels', water parades and other free canal-side entertainments. Along with a lot of food and drinks, attending the carnival is one of the most Fun Things to do in Venice.

    Location: Venice, Italy
    Price: Check on the website for the details
    Timings: All-day

    4. Glass Making in Murano
    If you are wondering what to do in Venice? The answer is, take a trip to Murano, an island offering Offbeat Things to Do in Venice. It is a world-famous location for making hand-blown glass items, from knick-knack ornaments to massive, intricate chandeliers, they make them all.
    You can get to Murano by taking the 4.2 Vaporetto water bus from St. Mark's square, to learn the history and art of glassmaking. While here, you can also bring back some Murano glass souvenirs. Speaking of the island, you should also take a ferry to Burano and Torcello, two of the more prominent islands in Venice.

    Location: Murano, 30141 Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy
    Price: Depending on the tour or class you pick
    Timings: 9 am – 5 pm

    5. Tour the Art Museums
    Visit the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, a modern contemporary art museum that houses works from influential 20th century American and European artists including Pollock, Klee, and Mondrian. The museum is made out of an unfinished 18th-century palace, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni and at once was also the residence of Peggy Guggenheim herself.
    Along with the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, you can visit The Gallerie dell'Accademia, another splendid museum displaying Michelangelo's world-class sculpture, ‘David’ along with many essential Venetian paintings.

    - Peggy Guggenheim Collection
    Location: Dorsoduro, 701-704, 30123 Venezia VE, Italy
    Price: Adults: €15
    Senior visitors over 65 yrs.: €13
    Students under 26 yrs.: €9 (with current student ID)
    Children under 10 yrs., members: free
    Timings: 10am – 6pm

    - Gallerie dell'Accademia:
    Location: Campo della Carita, 1050, 30123 Venezia VE, Italy
    Price: Full, Adult: 20 euro - (includes reservation to skip-the-line and on-line fees 4 euro)
    Reduced: 10 euro - (includes reservation to skip-the-line and on-line fees 4 euro)
    Timings: 8:15am – 7:15pm

    Apart from these, there are still plenty of things to do in Venice such as visiting the lace-making workshops in Burano or the Jewish Ghetto in Venice, Going out for an Aperitivo (A Venetian drink) or relish some Veniteian cuisine, Attend the Venice Biennale (an art exposition) taking place from June to November, every odd-numbered year or an extensive tour of the city's monuments.

  2. Which are the best tourist places to visit in Venice?

    The city of canals and bridges with breath-taking attractions and plenty of activities to do in Venice is a stunning vacation destination. That being said, planning a trip can be daunting, leaving you with questions like, where to go or what to do in Venice? Hence, we have made a list of all the significant places to see in Venice.

    1. Grand Canal
    The one place that comes to mind in Venice is the Grand Canal or Canale Grande. This S-shaped 4 kilometres long canal is the most iconic tourist attraction in Venice. One end of the channel merges into the lagoon near Santa Lucia railway station, while the other end leads into San Marco.

    The Grand Canal is immensely popular for romantic Gondola rides while touring the gorgeous Renaissance-era palaces and other structures of the city. There are several splendid bridges built over this waterway, the likes of which are the renowned Rialto Bridge, Ponte dell'Accademia and Ponte della Libertà, walking over these bridges while touring the city is one of the free things to do in Venice. Moreover, visiting the magnificent Grand Canal at night is one of the other things to do in Venice.

    Location: 30123 Venezia VE, Italy
    Entry Fee: Free (paid tours)
    Timings: Open for 24 hours

    2. Ca' Rezzonico
    Ca' Rezzonico is an 18th century Palazzo turned into a public museum, located on the Grand Canal. The edifice is a notable example of Venetian and baroque style architecture, and rococo interiors. It is one of the eleven museums handled by Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia and taking a tour of this museum is one of the top things to do in Venice.
    The stunning exhibits include painting and sculptures by Titian, Van Dyck, Tullio Lombardo and Bernini, to name a few. Apart from artwork, the museum also has a marvellous collection of vintage furniture and Venetian glass-work.

    Location: Dorsoduro, 3136, 30123 Venezia VE, Italy
    Entry Fee: 
    Full:
    10 euro
    Reduced: 7.50 euro 
    Timings: 10:30am – 4:30pm

    3. St. Mark's Square
    Piazza San Marco or St. Mark's Square is the most popular location in Venice. Taking a stroll here while admiring the stunning buildings within the square is one of the free things to do in Venice. The square houses the San Marco Basilica, the DogeÍs Palace, Campanile (bell tower), clock towers and the Correr Museum; all these places are just as popular and worth visiting. Further, the square gets lit up during the night, which is a stunning sight to behold.

    Location: Piazza San Marco, 30100 Venezia VE, Italy
    Entry Fee:  Free for the square
    Timings: The square is 24 hours open (the attraction within aren't)

    4. Gallerie Dell'Accademia
    Taking a tour of Scuola della Carita or School of charity, a medieval building which is now the museum, is one of the things to do in Venice. Located on the south bank of the Grand Canal, within the sestiere (section) of Dorsoduro, It is one of the most renowned Venetian attractions.
    An art enthusiasts paradise, the museum houses pre 19th-century Venetian paintings. All the paintings are displayed in chronological order for viewers to be able to make sense of the evolution of art over centuries. Some of the exhibited artists and artworks worth mentioning are Michelangelo's David and Slave, Rape of the Sabines, Bellini, Tintoretto and Tiziano etc.

    Location: Campo della Carita, 1050, 30123 Venezia VE, Italy
    Entry Fee: 
    Full, Adult:
    20 euro - (includes reservation to skip-the-line and on-line fees 4 euro)
    Reduced: 10 euro - (includes reservation to skip-the-line and on-line fees 4 euro)
    Timings: 8:15am – 7:15pm

    5. Teatro La Fenice
    An Opera House first built in1792, Teatro La Fenice is one of the most famous and magnificent places in Venice. The building itself has been destroyed in fire incidents twice; however, it has been rebuilt and restored to its original glory each time.
    Teatro La Fenice has showcased several Italian theatricals and some of the biggest composers like Bellini, Verdi and Donizetti have performed their concerts. Attending a show at The opera house and the theatre is among one of the fun things to do in Venice.

    Location: Campo San Fantin, 1965, 30124 Venezia VE, Italy
    Entry Fee: Based on the event you are attending.
    - Entrance without performance is 10 Euro. Reduced entrance fee: 7 Euro to the La Fenice Theatre.
    Family ticket with two adults and one child: 23 euros and with two children 26 euros.
    Timings: 9:30am – 11pm

    Other places in Venice that deserve your attention are; Bridge of Sighs, Doge's Palace, Basilica Di San Marco, San Giorgio Maggiore, Rialto Bridge. As well as the Jewish Museum, Scuola Grande Di San Rocco, Ca' D'Oro and Chiesa Della Madonna Dell' Orto are among others.

  3. Which are the romantic places for couples in Venice?

    Venice, an epitome of love and romance, is an ideal city with plenty of places for you to enjoy with your spouses. So here is a list of romantic places for couples in Venice.

    1. Bridge of Sighs
    It was once used to take prisoners from the city plaza to the central jail. Today the stunning bridge has found romantic significance among couples. All the couples, while crossing the bridge in a gondola or standing over it, take a moment to steal a kiss or two here.

    2. Terrazza Danieli
    A beautiful 180-degree view of the pristine water lagoon, this restaurant is perfect for a date night or that big proposal in Venice. Take your partner here for a delicious meal and drinks while soaking yourself in the romantic atmosphere and picturesque views.

    3. Alberoni Beach
    A reserved attraction within Venice, the beach is not accessible by all. You can visit here by booking a property and spending a cozy romantic getaway. Frolic in the salty waters or laze around on the quiet beach. Alberoni beach is also a favoured vacation destination of the world's wealthiest people.

    4. Taking a Wine tour
    When in Venice, drink like the Venetians and take a winemaking/tasting tour with your significant other. Valdobbiadene, Veneto, Sant'Erasmo Island, Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Valpolicella are some popular places in and around Venice for wine tours.

    5. Burano Island
    This island adds that pop of colour to Venice. The vibrant houses and lace-making workshops will make all love-birds fall in love all over again. The place is perfect for art enthusiasts and people with a penchant for photography. When here, you must visit the Lace museum as it is one of the more offbeat things to do in Venice.

    Along with these places, you should also visit Zattere for a stroll, Teatro La Fenice for an Opera performance, St. Mark's Square, go on a Gondola ride and San Giorgio Maggiore among other things.

  4. What is there to do in Venice at night?

    The floating city is breath-taking during the day but has its own charm during the night. Now, if you are thinking about what to do in Venice at night? This list of fun activities to do in Venice is here to help you. Also the one thing you should keep in mind is to make reservations beforehand so that you have a hassle-free night.

    - At night the St, Marks square is nicely lit and is way less crowded. You could go for a walk here and admire the museums that are located within the Piazza.

    - You should also attend an Opera concert at the Teatro La Fenice. It is especially romantic and perfect for travelling couples.

    - Another romantic or enchanting activity is to take a Gondola ride at night. It is a tad bit pricer compared to a day ride, but the sight of the city is incomparable.

    - Along with these, you could also go to the restaurants and bars in Venice, trying out the Venetian version of Tapas, aperitivo and Cicchetti. Or opt for a night food tour, which is also quite popular.

    - Talking of nightlife, you could also go to the many Jazz clubs in Venice to enjoy some soothing music or to shake a leg.

    - Party the night away at Venice’s Aurora Beach Club or Skyline Rooftop Bar.

    - Take your chances at gambling by playing a few sets of cards at Casino De Venezia

  5. Which are the best places to enjoy shopping in Venice?

    If you are wondering what to do in Venice? The answer is to shop it till you drop it. The gorgeous city of Venice is also excellent for shopping, be it designer wear, high street or some Venitian specialities. Here is a list of places to go shopping in Venice.

    1. Le Mercerie
    La Mercerie is located between the Ponte di Rialto bridge and Piazza San Marco; a shopping district made up of a series of streets has stores of brands like Prada, Gucci and Chanel. The street has become synonymous as one of the preeminent shopping destinations in Venice.
    A heaven for all the fashion-forward people who like trends as well as timeless luxury pieces should surely visit this renowned area.

    2. Galleria Barcella
    Galleria Barcella is the perfect place to buy authentic Italian products by Italian brands such as Marco Nils for menswear and Nana, a womenswear boutique. The market has only about 15 stores and is located between Piazza Ferretto and Piazzale Candiani in Mestre.
    If you want to buy designer brands, the Al Duca d'Aosta store is the place to go, as it houses big names such as Burberry and Balenciaga, among others.

    3. Centro Commerciale Auchan Porte di Mestre
    This mall situated right outside Mestre is known as Auchan by the locals, and one can easily reach here using public transportation. The mall has about 120 stores of all high-end brands, along with several restaurants and other stores selling organic products within the complex.

    4. Calle Larga XXII Marzo
    The Calle Larga XXII street is the place for all your shopping woes, with its innumerous designer stores. It is located near Piazza San Marco as a luxury shopping hub featuring both international and Italian designer brands. You can also buy jewellery, leather goods, writing instruments and timepieces from here.

    5. T Fondaco dei Tedeschi
    It is one of the most recognised buildings in Venice which was turned into a mall in 2017. Here, you can find over 300 brands to shop from and a Michelin-starred chef, Massimiliano Alajmo's restaurant. Also, the rooftop of the building is perfect for an expansive view of the entire city.

  6. Which are the famous Museums in Venice?

    1. Palazzo Ducale
    The Doge's Palace was the governmental and residential building of the Doge, the head of the Venetian state. The palace is a masterpiece of elaborate Gothic architecture with essential Renaissance and Mannerist additions.
    Moreover, the interiors of the Doge's apartments and chambers are decorated with paintings by Tintoretto and Titian among others. The Palazzo Ducale is located in St. Mark's square along with two more museums, the Museo Correr, and the Archeological Museum and the Biblioteca.

    2. Gallerie dell'Accademia
    Taking a tour of Gallerie dell'Accademia is one of the top Things to Do in Venice, as it displays Venice Renaissance at its best with its collections of oil paintings, restored masterpieces of Venice's history and religious themes.
    The museum mainly consists of exhibits spanning from the 13th to 17th centuries of works done in and around Venice. The works of well-known painters such as Titian, Canaletto and Bosch, among others, are presented here.

    3. Scuola Grande di San Marco
    The Scuola Grande di San Marco, presently is the city hospital with a floor dedicated as a Museum. It was once one of Venice's six major confraternities, now the first floor of the building is the museum of the history of Medicine with sumptuous rooms, gilded ceilings and Renaissance marble altars.
    The hospital museum houses over 8,000 medical opuses, including the works of Hippocrates and Galen (ancient physicians) along with displays of surgical equipment from the 19th and 20th centuries.

    4. Fondazione Querini Stampalia
    The Fondazione Querini Stampalia was once an honourable residence which was opened to the public in 1869 by the last heir if the family, Count Giovanni Querini. The stately building exhibits the daily life of an aristocratic Venitian family from the 18th century.
    The visitors here can amble across traditional living quarters and rooms which have stucco decoration and frescoed ceilings. There is also a library which is open to visitors in the evenings. Furthermore, the museum also hosts music concerts and art exhibitions that one can relish.

    5. Museo Storico Navale di Venezia
    The Museo Storico Navale is a museum dedicated to Venice's naval history, visiting here is one of the offbeat things to do in Venice. Forty-two exhibition rooms reveal the city's waterways and how they are central to its identity.
    The most eye-catching is the gondola vessels at this museum, a display unlike anything you've seen before. The bottom floor of the naval museum displays naval artillery and port dioramas; apart from that, the other floors showcases artefacts, Italian nautical memorabilia and antique boats.

    Apart from these, Venice has plenty of other equally exciting Museums that would spike your interest in the city and its history. The likes of which include, Jewish Museum of Venice, House of Carlo Goldoni, Ca' Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art, among many others.

  7. Which are the famous Bridges in Venice?

    Venice is also called the city of bridges and rightly so. There are over 400 connecting bridges in different parts of the city. Today some of these bridges are a peak tourist attraction in Venice, the likes of which are:

    1. Rialto Bridge
    It was initially a wooden drawbridge which was rebuilt in stone in the 16th century by Antonio da Ponte. It is the main pedestrian crossing over the Grand Canal with shops lined across selling jewellery, glass, and clothing etc. The Rialto fish and food market is also located nearby, making it great for shopping, which is one of the Things to Do in Venice.

    2. Bridge of Sighs
    Also known as Ponte dei Sospiri, it is a white Istrian stone bridge, which connected the Palazzo Ducale to the city’s historic prison. Back in the day, the prisoners serving their sentences could only get a glimpse of the city from a small window. Today the bridge is somewhat romanticized and is visited by couples and others.

    3. Ponte dei Pugni
    The bridge connects Campo San Barnaba and Campo Santa Margherita. The name of the bridge translates to Bridge of Fists as it was the central spot for the two rival groups the Castellani and the Nicolotti to tussle and toss one another in the water. Today, you can find traces of the dangerous history by looking at four stone footprints on the bridge.

    Some of the other famous brides to go on a stroll for or admire while riding a Gondola are Academy Bridge, Ponte della Liberta, Ponte della Paglia, Calatrava Bridge and Ponte delle Guglie.

  8. What to Know About Gondola Rides in Venice?

    Gondolas are black boats (sometimes ornate) which have been a part of Venice’s history and culture. Once used by upper-class Venetians, today the gondolas are the primary means of transportation and riding it is one of the top things to do in Venice.

    A Gondola is an 11 metres flat bottomed, wooden boat made in special workshops called squeri and some 500 gondolas are commuting on the city canals at present. A gondolier is the one owning and taking care of their boats; they also have a dress code of black pants/trousers with a red and white striped shirt, dark shoes and a straw hat.

    A gondola ride in the Venetian waterways will cost you €80 for a daytime ride and €100 for rides after 7 pm, with additional cost for an extended trip.

  9. Which are the free things to do in Venice?

    Venice being one of the leading vacation destinations, can be expensive for some, but there are still plentiful places and Free Things to Do in Venice.

    - Taking a walk over the Grand Canal on top of Rialto Bridge. Or looking at the Piazza San Marco and the flocks of people visiting is among the free things to do in Venice.

    - Admire the splendid architecture of the Basilica di San Marco or check out the Titans in Santa Maria della Salute.

    - There are museums like the Museo della Musica with free displays that let you into the history of music or indulge in Renaissance art at Galleria dell’Accademia (free entry based on eligibility).

    - You should also tour the local markets such as the Rialto Market or the streets just off the Piazza San Marco, for some window shopping.

    Venice is made up of 118 small islands with astonishing Renaissance and Gothic style architecture, numerous churches and basilicas, museums and art galleries spread all across. Therefore, every lane visited here is an exciting experience that you don’t have to pay for.

  10. Can you kayak in the Venice canals?

    The answer to that would be a no. As of 2018, the Venice city authorities have issued an official ban on all significant canals, including the Grand Canal. However, you can still go kayaking in some smaller canals in the city, post 3 pm. The city administration gave safety of navigation as the main reason behind this ban.

  11. How many canals does Venice have?

    One hundred fifty (150) canals are running through the city of Venice among which the biggest and most famous is the Grand Canal, overlooking the Doge’s Palace and the beautiful Basilica of St Mary. Also, the well renowned Rialto Bridge crosses over the Canal.

  12. Is Venice worth visiting?

    The answer would be yes. A city that floats on water is one of a kind. Venice has beautiful architectural structures, clear water canals and delectable food and drinks. Moreover, the romantic vibe and plenty of fun things to do in Venice make it worth your next vacation destination.

  13. What is the best month to go to Venice?

    The best months to go to Venice are April-May and September-October when the city’s weather is pleasant for sightseeing and less crammed by tourists. However, if you wish to visit Venice at its peak season, it is through June till August, which is also the summer season here. It is when the city’s every major attraction is filled with families on summer vacation among other visitors.

  14. How many days do I need in Venice?

    You should plan a trip for at least 3-5 days to visit all the famous tourist attractions and fun things to do in Venice. If you do not have enough days to spend in Venice, we recommend opting for vacation packages that come with sightseeing and activities included. Moreover, you can always plan a more extended trip, depending on your preference to have a more relaxed vacation experience.

  15. What should I buy in Venice?

    Venice is a beautiful city selling some authentic and local items, perfect for gifting and even taking back as a vacation souvenir. While you are in Venice, do pick some of the things like:

    - Venetian masks, made out of paper mache are iconic Venice souvenirs.

    - Murano Glass and jewellery, made in Murano’s glass factories, you can buy some glass jewellery, tableware or other decorations.

    - Burano lace, it is made in the Island of Burano. It will make for a delicate yet sophisticated gift for your loved ones.

    - Gondolier hats and slippers are sold everywhere in Venice, again a great gifting item.

    - Grappa is a spirit liquor made from grapes. It is something you would like to add to your bar display.

    A few other things that you can shop for are, leather bags, door-knocks, marble paper, and other decorative items.

  16. What is Venice famous for?

    Venice is famous for its Canals, a city on water it uses boats and gondolas instead of cars for travelling. Apart from that, the city also has beautiful bridges, architectural castles and palaces. Further, the Venitian masks, the food and the festivals make Venice a top vacation destination. Shopping for Italian leather and other branded items is also quite popular here.

  17. Why was Venice built on the water?

    Ever since Venice was built the weight of the city has pushed down on the land’s soil it was built on, which lead to water squeezing out of the compacted soil. Besides that, the city experienced a natural phenomenon called aqua Alta along with periodic high tides that flooded Venice and caused the sinking sensation of the city.

  18. How much is a gondola ride in Venice?

    The standard rate fixed by the city of Venice for a gondola ride is €80 for a daytime ride and €100 for rides after 7 pm for a 40-minute ride as of 2019. If you wish to extend the ride, you would have to pay €40 or €50 after 7 pm for each additional 20 minutes aboard.

  19. What food is Venice Italy famous for?

    Venice is an Italian city that gets associated with pastas and pizzas, which no doubt are amazing here. However, there are some other equally popular dishes that you should try such as Sarde in saor, Baccala mantecato, Spaghetti/risotto in Nero di seppia and Mo?éche, which are some popular seafood dishes.

    Besides that, you should also gobble onto some other Venetian specialities like Tramezzino, Fegato alla veneziana, Frittelle, Baicoli and Polenta e Schie.

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