Travel Tips for your Visit to the Queen of the Adriatic


Famous for its historical buildings and gorgeous canals, Venice is a dream city when it comes to family getaway for a week-long trip. The city comprises of a group of 117 ‘floating’ islands that are connected by bridges and separated by canals. So as you plan your itinerary for all-inclusive Venice holidays, here are some travel trips for your Venice visit:

Early to Rise: Those who desire to capture the complete magnificence of the city must rise up early in the morning and get to the main city. Given the surge of tourists during the peak season, the afternoon city tour may prove to be quite exhausting. You would find the famous Piazza San Marco completely filled with tourists. So get out there early in the morning with your HD camera to capture the best of Venice.

Best View: Riva Degli Schiavoni, Piazza San Marco and Bridge of Sighs are quite popular among the tourists. Do visit these sites, but once you’re done with them, take a trip to the summit of Campanile di San Marco for a panoramic view of the city.


Eating in Venice: You may download local mobile apps that may come handy during your Venice tour. These technological guides could prove to be great help in finding local eateries and shopping stores. Google maps could well prove to be your best friend in this city of Marco Polo!

Venice Fish Food Market

Accessories: Certain accessories could help you big-time during your week-long trip. Earplug, for example, helps you to read in tranquility amid the bustling of the visitors during high season. Also take along mosquito repellents and travel umbrella.

Outer Islands: Outer Islands of Venice provide some real scenic beauty to the visitors coming to Venice. The little islands of Muyrano and Burano in particular will provide you some spectacular sights to behold. Getto Nero on Burano Iland is famous for fish dishes as are the sandy beaches of Lido. These outer islands have every reason to be on your all-inclusive Venice tour.

There are several tourists’ attractions and activities for people visiting Venice this holiday season. For any suggestions or travel-related queries, leave your comments in the space provided below.

Venice Carnival Mask

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