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Flights to Venice’s palazzo-lined canals, romantic bridges, maze-like streets and, of course, singing gondoliers make your getaway truly magical.

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Children travelling alone, or in a different cabin class to their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

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  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to avail the tax exemption.
  • Children travelling alone, or in a different cabin class to their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filippino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children and infants.
  • Each adult & OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to avail the tax exemption.
  • Children travelling alone, or in a different cabin class to their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Venice

Venice is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. After your flights to Venice touch down and you catch a boat from Marco Polo Airport (it’s not a gimmick, but genuinely the easiest way to reach the city centre) it seems almost incredible that this city even exists.

And while Venice’s spires, domes and palaces might offer spectacular views from the water, once you’re on dry land the city doesn’t disappoint either. The churches and museums are packed with the remnants of when Venice was one of the richest trading posts in the world. Around every corner, you’ll find picture-postcard sights, secret squares and secluded alleyways – none of which are choked by cars. Losing yourself in a city will never be so much fun.

Indeed, wandering around without a map or itinerary is part of the experience. How else will you stumble upon Venice’s hidden gems and hole-in-the-wall joints? One of the best areas for a stroll is Cannaregio, a neighbourhood hugely popular with locals. It’s easy to spend hours in one of the canal-side cafes or cosy trattorias watching Venetian life go by. For one of the best views of the city, however, head off the mainland and across to the island where the Bell Tower of San Giorgio Maggiore stands. The vista of Venice and its waterways are spectacular.

It’s impossible not to hail a gondolier or splash out on a canal-side restaurant or hotel with views of the water. It’s absolutely worth it. You’ll never experience anything quite like Venice.

What to do in Venice

Tour the Grand Canal

The Grand Canal is incredible from a vaporetto (water taxi), and a water bus is a cheap but fantastic way to see some of the major sights. Cross the famous Rialto Bridge or go underneath it as everyone watches you glide past, and view the 15th century palace Ca' d'Oro and the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni from the water.

Grand Canal
30100
+39 41 529 8711

Visit St Mark's Basilica

A visit to St Mark’s Basilica is essential to understand Venice. It’s a symbol of the city’s status and is packed with precious objects and works of art brought to the city from around the world. Even from outside the building, it’s impossible not to be struck by the rich history.

St Mark's Basilica
San Marco 328
+39 41 270 8311

Go on a gondola

If you don’t have a gondolier taking you along Venice’s famous canals, you’re missing out. To get the full effect, try hailing one from Bacino Orseolo, near St Mark’s Square. For a pared-down experience, there are also cheap gondola ferry rides that cross the Grand Canal.

Bacino Orseolo
30100

Where to eat in Venice

Osteria alle Testiere (Seafood)

Chef Bruno Gavagnin goes to the fish market, chooses the best catch of the day, and then cooks it for just 22 people per sitting every evening. This means that the attention to detail and service is remarkable, and that every day at Osteria alle Testiere is refreshingly different.

Calle del Mondo
Novo Castello 5801
30122
+39 41 522 7220

Il Ridotto (Italian)

The Michelin inspectors called Il Ridotto “one of the most interesting restaurants in the city” when they awarded it a star, and Gianni Bonaccorsi’s establishment certainly lives up to that billing. With room for just 18, this is authentic Venetian cooking with a modern twist. The desserts are known for being some of the best in town.o

Sestiere Castello 4509
30122
+39 41 520 8280

Club del Doge Restaurant (Italian)

For the wow factor, it doesn’t get much better than this elegant dining room in the Gritti Palace hotel. The beautifully conceived menu of Venetian classics from Chef Daniele Turco is best sampled on the terrace, with its views of the Grand Canal.

Campo Santa Maria del Giglio 2467
30124
+39 41 794 611

Places to stay in Venice

The Gritti Palace

When the world’s cultural elite comes to Venice for the many biennales, this is where they try and book a room. A historical yet effortlessly modern hotel with a wonderful roof terrace, it boasts spectacular views over the Venetian lagoon.

Campo Santa Maria del Giglio
30124
+39 41 794 611

AD Place

This atmospheric boutique hotel is on a canal, right by La Fenice Opera House. Open the windows and you might hear the singing of gondoliers, or sit on the beautiful roof terrace and take in the view. The friendly staff have plenty of tips to help you get the most from your stay.

San Marco Fondamenta della Fenice 2557/A
30124
+39 41 241 3234

Locanda Orseolo

An intimate, 12-room hotel right by St Mark’s Square that doesn’t break the bank might sound like an impossible dream, but Locanda Orseolo manages to bring plenty of Venetian luxury within a normal budget. It’s romantic, on the traditional side of comfortable and refreshingly friendly.

Corte Zorzi
San Marco 1083
30124
+39 41 520 4827

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