Venice is mostly known for its famous carnival, canals and its breathtaking architecture. Visitors to Venice who walk among the crisscrossing alleys will discover its unique atmosphere. You will experience the magic of the architectural wonders: St Mark's Square, the Doge's Palace or the many basilicas dotting the city. The city of the doges has retained all its historic charm thanks to its old mansions and palaces. During a stay in Venice, you'll lose yourself in the alleys and discover magnificent views at every turn.
Venice is a city of the sea. It is made up of a hundred islands separated by canals which you can navigate through on their famous gondolas. A short boat ride will allow you to visit the outlying islands, such as the island of Murano, famous for its glassworks or the island of Burano which will seduce you with its colourful fishing houses.
The famous Venice Carnival is held in February, where masked and costumed Venetians parade around for you to admire.