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DELFINO 4 Stars del Popolo 211 , 30172

Venice is home to many world-class hotels and Hotel Delfino is among them. The staffs are highly trained to provide excellent services and ensure that your stay in the hotel is blissful. Read more

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  Campo Santa Sofia 4198/99 Ca' D'Oro, 30121
Area: cannaregio

Hotel Ca' Sagredo is a 5 star luxury hotel right in the heart of Venice, set within a majestic palace of the 15th century, with direct access to the Grand Canal. The hotel kept its original noble... Read more

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  S. Marco 1459, 30124
Area: san marco

Bauer Palazzo is a five-star hotel located in the heart of Venice, one of the most romantic cities in Italy. It takes only a 2 minutes’ walk to get to the most popular attractions in Venice like St... Read more

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  Gran Viale SME 41, 30126
Area: lido

Set in Venice Lido, facing the classy Gran Viale, the 4-star Le Boulevard Hotel lies in between of the Venice Lagoon and the Adriatic Sea. The location is an ideal base either for a business or a... Read more

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  Calle Larga dei Proverbi, 4587 Cannaregio, 30121
Area: cannaregio

Secluded amid Rialto and Fondamente Nove, the Hotel Giorgione is in Venice centre, in an elegant and ancient venetian palace dated 14th century. This cosy 4-star hotel lies in one of the last, quiet... Read more

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LUX 3 Stars
3 Stars

Hotel Lux

  Calle delle Rasse, 4541/42, 30122
Area: san marco

The 3-star Hotel Lux is in Venice centre, located in the nearby of Saint Mark Square, just 5 minutes away by walk to the Venice Ducal Palace. The hotel is an ancient residential dwelling along the... Read more

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  Riviera San Nicolò 11/A, 30126
Area: lido

Located in Venice Lido, the comfortable Hotel Russo Palace is the perfect choice for a romantic city break or vacation. The nearest sandy beach is 8 minutes’ walk from the hotel. Read more

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RIGEL 3 Stars

  Via E. Dandolo, 13, 30126
Area: lido

Not so far from the historical city centre, the Hotel Rigel is set in Venice Lido, an elegant island that separate the Lagoon from the Adriatic Sea. This 3-star hotel is just a short walk away from... Read more

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  Fondamenta Della Sensa - Cannaregio 3319 , 30121
Area: ghetto ebraico

Hotel Ai Mori D'Oriente is a luxury four-star hotel located in a quiet area of Cannaregio district, where tourists can admire canals and the old narrow streets. Set in a Venetian palace built in the... Read more

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  Lungomare Marconi, 44 , 30126
Area: lido

Close to the Palazzo del Cinema, facing the golden sandy beach of Venice Lido, the family managed Hotel Rivamare features enjoyable 3-star rated service. Open from February to November, this family... Read more

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  San Marco, 646, 30124
Area: san marco

Dating back to 1889 and creatively built in two historic buildings, Hotel Antico Panada in Venice is fitted with stylishly designed interiors that are artistically decorated with red and white marble. Read more

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  San Marco, 4737 Calle de le Scale, Calle dei Fabbri, 30124
Area: san marco

Palazzo La Scala is a hotel situated in the historic centre of Venice, not far away from Rialto Bridge and St. mark’s Square. Read more

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CANAL 3 Stars

  Santa Croce 553, 30135
Area: santa lucia - stazione

Perfectly placed for touring Venice, the 3-star Hotel Canal overlooks the Grand Canal, opposite to the Venice train station, close to Piazzale Roma. This hotel was built on 15th century; it is one... Read more

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  Calle del Figher - Castello 4365, 30122
Area: san marco

Located in the heart of Venice, Hotel Castello is an ideal choice for travellers passionate about history and art. The hotel is situated within walking distance to the San Giovanni Nuovo Church, St. Read more

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  Riva Longa, 49, 30141 Isola di Murano

Strategically located at the heart of Murano Island that has acquired fame following its famous glass works, LaGare Hotel Venezia - MGallery by Sofitel in Venice lies within antique walls of an old... Read more

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Discover Venice

Venice is one of the most important art cites in Italy. Besides its unique art heritage, it is famous for its natural setting. The town, and its lagoon, were awarded Unesco World Heritage in 1987.
The charm of St Mark's Square, gondolas across the canals at sunset and tourists screaming will conquer you for its beauty. It is really impossible to remain insensitive to it.

Recommended Hotels In Venice

For a stay in Venice, we recommend our best hotels:

- Hotel Delfino - 4 stars in Mestre
- Hotel Antico Panada - 3 stars
- Hotel Principe - 4 stars
- Hotel Continental Venice - 4 stars
- Hotel B4 Bellini Venezia - 4 stars

Venice is one of the Italian towns that joined the day use hotel formula.

Main Attractions

Lots of museums and galleries attract millions of visitors every year.

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection stands out. Located in Guggenheim’s wife house, it collects the artworks the lady had purchased or received as a gift from the many artists to whom she gave hospitality. Brancusi and Calder’s sculptures stand next to paintings byChagall and Mondrian, in a very enchanting and charming atmosphere.

If you want to make a step back in time, the Eighteenth Century Museum, inside the mighty Ca' Rezzonico is absolutely a must. In it eleven rooms you will find furnitures, pieces of clothings, jewels, Tintoretto’s paintings and Tiepolo’s frescoes, a real taste of the luxury of the old Venice.

A special mention goes to the Museum of Natural History. Enlarged in 2003, the museum features a historical section with more than two million pieces and an incomparable collection of fossils and birds, one of the biggest in the entire world, a section for Giancarlo Ligabue’s scientific expeditions in Niger and an aquarium.

Venice is also spirituality and power. St Mark's Basilica, named after the town’s patron saint, is a clear tribute to the Byzantine art. It will soon conquer its visitors with its gold-coloured ceilings and mosaics.

Not far from the church is the Doge's Palace, once home of the local political power of the Republic of Venice.

Worth a look are the diplomatic rooms, the prisons and the world famous Bridge of Sighs, the last piece of liberty prisoners experienced before being locked into jail. Another attractive points in Venice are the Arsenal, the old centre of the shipbuilding industry, and the Santa Maria della Salute.

Taking a vaporetto heading outside the heart of Venice, you can reach the Murano Island, with its coloured houses and the charming small waterways, where you could hang around its narrow streets or visit the Museum of Glass, to learn something new about the manufacturing of glass.

A few minutes from Murano is Burano with its Museum of Lace and its typical restaurants. Inaugurated in 1981, Burano’s museum of Lace is located in the old school of lace. It shows the typical local working tools for this fabric.

Smaller, and less known, is Torcello, an island with only 17 inhabitants. What makes this place an interesting one is the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and the Church of Saint Fosca.

Events You Should Not Miss

Those loving social events will find their perfect destination in Venice.
A must event, a unique experience for those willing to take a bite to the real Venetian climate is the Carnival: the opening ceremony, with the the angel’s flight, is only the beginning. The parades of the masks, the award for the most beautiful costume and the feast of the Marys will draw the visitors and their curiosity.

A very international event is the Biennale, one of the most important international events of contemporary art in the entire world.
Biennale, as it is called in Italian, features some special sections (art, dance, cinema, architecture, music, theatre) and also organizes world famous events such as the Venice International Film Festival and the International Architecture Exhibition.

An absolute must is the Historical Regatta, which takes place every year along the city’s main channel on the first week of September.
Even if you do not love sports, you will be captured by the parade of old vessels before the race where gondolini and caorline (small gondolas and small boats) will race together.

Shopping In Venice

Walking along the city streets, called Calli, you can still find the old craftsmen working with glass, especially in Murano, or with lace in Burano, or those carving masks.
The Venetian Masks are some of the most sought after souvenirs. Beautiful items for parties, they can also be hung asdecorative piece in your house instead of a painting.

Where To Eat In Venice

Venice has a strong culinary identity.
The favourite hanging around spots for Venetian are called bacari, small inns where it is possible to enjoy traditional meals and snacks of meat and fish with a nice glass of wine.
Some of the most famous ones are Il Paradiso Perduto, near the Fodamenta della Misericordia, and Alla Vedova in Cannareggio, famous for its meatballs, creamed codfish and the sarde in saòr, a dish based on sardines served with sweet and sour onions.

How To Reach Venice And How To Move In The City

One of the most interesting facets of Venice is the possibility to discover the town by simply walking down its calli. As even the less expert traveller knows, there is no way to use taxis or bus in Venice. The best means of transportation is the vaporetto.
The closest airports are the Marco Polo and the Antonio Canova airports, respectively in Venice and Treviso.
Alternatively, you can reach Venice by train, getting of at Saint Lucia station.

Best Time Of The Year To Visit The City

The best time of the year to visit Venice is surely spring. The mild climate encourages long and the queues for the museums and restaurant are not so bad.
On the contrary, the months to avoid are the hot ones: places like the Doge's Palace or the Saint Mark's Basilica may need queuing up for two or three hours, which is not the best option under the summer sun.

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