Venice Flights GuideVenice is the capital of Italy's northern Veneto region and is best known for its canals and gondolas. Start your visit by standing in the piazza San Marco. From here you will see the famous St. Mark's Basilica, Doge's Palace, and Torre dell'Orologio. Doge's Palace connects to the Bridge of Sighs and romantics can score a ride on a gondola on the Grand Canal.
Milan is accessible by train in just 2 hours while Turin is accessible by train or bus but will take 4 to 7 hours. Fly to Naples in 3 hours or take a train in just over 5. Verona is closer and accessible by bus in just 2 hours.
Expect milder temperatures in Venice than in Rome though Venice's subtropical climate makes way for humidity. July is the hottest month with an average temperature of 23 degrees celsius while January brings colder temperatures of 3 degrees. The weather is the best during the beginning of the summer season but this is also the time of year with larger crowds and higher travel costs. Visiting in the fall makes for less crowds and lineups but is also "high water" season making for a unique experience.
Fly to Venice from these popular routes with great prices.
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