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The unique beauty of Venice has been immortalised in many a sonnet, visit this marvellous city and find out why. All-inclusive holidays to Venice from Travel Center will help you get there. ‘The city of Bridges’ spans across several islands on the Venetian Lagoon. A city of lovers Venice promises to enthral. From gliding along the Grand Canal on an ornate Gondola to the extravagance and party atmosphere of the magical Carnival season. Forget your worries and merge with this wondrous city. Spend your evenings at St. Mark’s Square exploring cathedrals and galleries. Get caught up in high fashion and relax at sunset with a glass of wine. Or enjoy a night at the opera. Wave to the lovers on historical Rialto Bridge or spend a day at Murano Island famous for the intricate production of glass-masterpieces. Indulge and enjoy gastronomical delights from across Italy at lovely little cafes and chic restaurants or visit the famous Venetian wine region for world class wines. Experience the ancient aristocratic lifestyles through renaissance art and elaborate architecture as you whizz around the city via ‘Vaporetti’, famous water-buses of Venice. Simply book the all-inclusive holiday packages from Travel Center and benefit from the cheapest flights, budget accommodation for the whole family and flexible booking options. Savour the magical romance of Venice-Plan your holiday today!
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UTC/GMT +1:00 hour
British Airways, Ryanair, EasyJet, Monarch, KLM
Best Time to Travel
February to May, September, October
Modes of Transport
Vaporetti, Water Taxi, Car, Bus
Currency Exchange Rate
1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR
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St. Mark’s Basilica
Venice’s best known church is also one of the most easily recognizable in the world. Originally Doge’s private chapel, it is decorated with Byzantine art treasures that were part of the booty brought to Venice after the fall of Constantinople. It has 4,240 square meters of gold mosaics which cover the domes and walls. Also found inside are treasures from other periods.
St. Mark’s Square
Venice’s largest square is made more uniform because of the architecture on its three sides. It is known as the living room of Venice and is a place where everyone gathers to stroll, chat or meet friends. Arcades frame the three sides with fashionable shops and café’s. The open end is marked with swirls, mosaics and lacy stone filigree.
Doge’s Palace and Bridge of Sighs
This palace was the façade beneath which many visitors to Venice once stepped ashore. It is capable of impressing anyone with its size and finesse. This palace is the perfect example of Venetian Gothic at its height. Inside is found works by Venetian greats including Tintoretto. The Bridge of Sighs leads to the cells of Prigioni, from where Casanova made his escape.
The Canale Grand flows through Venice in the shape of an S and is the principal boulevard that connects Pizza San Marco and Rialto Bridge. Only four bridges are available for crossing but gondolas go back and forth at several points. Palaces of all the leading families open onto this canal. The best way to see the well preserved palaces along the canal is on a gondola ride.
At one time this was the only bridge across the Grand Canal. It marks the spot of the islands first settlement Rivus Altos. It was built in 1588 about 100 years after the collapse of previous bridge. The stone arch is the support of two busy streets. It is a favourite spot for tourists to take or pose for photos or to watch the boats passing under.
Scuola Grande di San Rocco
Built between 1515 and 1560, this white marble building was constructed to house a charitable society. The artist Tintoretto decorated its walls and ceilings with a complete cycle of paintings. Some of the earlier works found here are Christ before Pilate, Ecce Homo and The Crucifixion dating to 1564 and 1576. Mirrors are provided to be able to see the ceiling more easily.
The delicate marble found here that has been designed by Bartholomeo Bon seems so lace like that its hard to believe it has been made out of stone. The interior can also be seen now as it is an art museum open to the public. It provides an insight into art works as well as a look into how wealthy venetians lived in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Hop aboard a vaporetto and take a ride across the lagoon to the home of Venice’s fabled glass workers, Murano. The workers were sent here in the 13th century to decrease the risk of fire in Venice’s compacted center. The Venetian council found this to be an easy way to keep track of them and keep the secrets of glassblowing to themselves.
This island was the beginning of Venice and was established as early as the 7th century. It became a flourishing commercial town by the 12th century and today all that remains of this island is two churches and a handful of houses. There is also a small historical museum housing artifacts from antiquity to 16th century.
The Palazzo Rezzonico takes you into what life may have been like during the baroque and Rococo periods. It was designed by Baldassare Longhena, a master of Baroque architecture. Its interior decoration includes silk wall coverings, finish details, and Flemish tapestries. It also has a costume collection that shows how important silk production in Venice was from the middle ages to the 18th century.