Plan your visit in Venice. As follow we suggest you the most well-known and alternative itineraries that the city offers. Book a hotel in Venice to easily reach the most interesting areas of the city, of the lagoon and its neighbourhoods. Venice is unique and therefore there is not a best way to visit it. Here as follow are some most popular and alternative sightseeing tours of Venice and surroundings.
If you prefer to experience Venice on foot you can start visiting the famous St Mark’s Square with the astonishing Basilica, the Doge’s Palace and the Clock Tower. You can reach the Rialto Bridge, the symbol of Venice with its great view on the Grand Canal and then get lost through Venice Calli and Campielli until you reach San Polo, the biggest “Campo” of Venice, and again the Basilica dei Frari and San Rocco School, a jewel of Tintoretto’s portraits. The best lodging solution for who wishes to visit the various places of interest in Venice is to book one of the many hotels in the city centre or out of the city and reach the centre by using public means of transportation.
You can decide to explore Venice on board of a Vaporetto or a motor launch and be enchanted by the palaces, churches and bridges than line the Grand Canal until reaching St. Mark’s Square. Book a hotel and reserve a room with view on the Grand Canal. You will be enchanted by a breathtaking spectacle.
If you stay more than one day in Venice don’t miss visiting the surrounding islands Murano, Burano e Torcello, treausures of the tradition and history of Venice. If you booked a hotel in the historic centre of Venice, the island are all easy reachable using one of the urban line that serve the lagoon.
Venice can be a perfect starting point for an excursion to the many sights and countrysides that the Veneto Region offers. You can decide to stroll around the picturesque villages on the hills or visit the Dolomites, the astonishing mountains, or a day tour to the Garda Lake. Choose one of our accommodation in Venice as starting point for your excursions to Padua, Verona, Vicenza and Treviso, all located few miles from the chief town.
The tour on the Brenta Canal on board of a typical boat or on the famous Burchiello will give you the possibility to visit historical Venetian villas such as Villa Pisani, Villa Foscari, villa Barchessa Valmarana and then reach the city of Padua. If you wish to stay some nearby Palladio Villas, book one of our hotels in the Brenta Riviera.