Venice, Italy

  • Take the elevator to the top of Campanile di San Marco, the iconic bell tower in St. Mark’s Square, for panoramic city views.
  • Marvel at modern 20th century American and European art at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
  • Go for a boat ride on the Laguna di Venezia to appreciate the city from afar.
  • Take in the Baroque-style architecture of the church of Santa Maria Assunta.
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La Bella Venezia

The floating city of Venice was a force to be reckoned with during the Renaissance. Its prime maritime location off the Adriatic Sea has summoned travelers to its mystical shores for centuries. Antonio Vivaldi was born here and the city's influence on modern operatic music is unrivaled. Find yourself here to travel back in time to the artistic nonchalance and enchantment of sprezzatura. Condé Nast Johansens voted Ca'Sagredo Hotel "One of the Best Italian Hotels." The palace dates back to the 15th century and has been declared a National Monument. Its frescoed ballrooms and waterside terraces along the Grand Canal will imprint in your memory forever.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Marco Polo Airport (VCE)
  • High Water
    Acqua Alta
  • Low Season
    November to January
  • Carnival of Venice
    January and February
  • Historical Regatta
    First Sunday in September

Fresh Things to Do

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  • Sacred Institutions

    To describe Venice's history as colorful and rich would be a massive understatement. The city dates back to 827 and the Byzantine era. As the centuries passed, the Renaissance took hold of this beautiful lagoon and its people. What better way to experience the story than a walking tour?

    San Giovanni e Paolo. Most funeral services after the 15th century were held in this Italian Gothic parish church. The stunning interior features the Chapel of the Rosary and intricate paintings.

    Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari. This minor basilica is located on the Campo dei Frari and dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary into Heaven. Admire Marco Cozzi's detailed choir stalls and the bell tower.

    St. Mark's Square. For the admission price of 16 euros, you can explore both the Doge's Palace and the Correr Museum, which houses a collection of globes dating back to the 16th century.

    The Jewish Museum. Private, guided tours to four synagogues, a visit to an ancient Jewish cemetery and an extensive library comprise Museo Ebraico di Venezia.

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Weather


  • Forecasting Your Venice Vacation

    Venice has a truly moderate climate, making it good to visit any time of the year. Temperatures are rarely extreme and seasons are distinct: Summers are warm and humid, while winters are cooler and see the most rain. The city's northern location makes snow a possibility, but its perch on the coast usually keeps snow at bay.

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Map of Venice

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