Travel guide Venezia Region
Sweeten Your Stay
Would you like to spend fantastic days in the Venice region? No problem. Choose a private accommodation in one of the six districts and start an unforgettable vacation. If you don't want to miss out on a personal refreshment pool, you can check out the offers for a vacation with a pool in the Venice region
. The province of Venice, along with its capital of the same name, is located in the Veneto region
in Northern Italy. In 2015, the city and province were united to form the Metropolitan City of Venice. You can reach your accommodation by plane via Marco Polo Venice-Tessera Airport or Venice-Treviso Airport. If you prefer to travel by train, you can take the Trieste-Rome railway line, which passes through Venice-Mestre. There is also a connection between Verona and Mestre. By car, you can travel via the Brenner Pass, Bolzano, Verona, and then the A4. Moreover, as a traveler by car, you are mobile and can explore the surroundings and visit nearby cities.
Region with Guaranteed Sunshine
Travel to a unique region in Italy. Visit the area around Venice and get to know the Italian Adriatic coast from its most beautiful side. A variety of holiday accommodations are available for this purpose. The climate is considered moderate. On the Lido, you can swim from June to August. Winter usually lasts from December to March, with average daytime temperatures ranging from six to eight degrees Celsius. In May, temperatures already climb to around 21 degrees. Summer sends its first harbingers, and you can expect eight hours of sunshine per day. In July and August, there are regularly 28 degrees Celsius on average. From September, you can enjoy a fantastic autumn in dazzling colors that do not diminish the fascination of the city and region.
Unique Old Towns and Lake District
In the region, there are numerous sights and highlights for vacationers with houses and apartments, for example, in Dorsoduro or Rialta. In addition to the fascinating city of Venice, other cities such as Padua, Verona, Treviso, Rovigo
, or Vicenza also attract visitors with their unique old towns and idyllic locations. Not far from many accommodations, you will find Lake Garda, Lago del Mis, Fedaia Reservoir, or Auronzo Lake. You can explore nature in the Belluno Dolomites National Park or the Parco Nazionale del Delta del Po (Po Delta) near Chioggia. Tip: Some of the activities and sights are suitable for a four-legged friend. Check the offers for a vacation with a dog in the Venice region
. The Vaporetto serves as a means of transportation in Venice. The Vaporetto is the only real public transport in Venice. It is a passenger ship used similarly to a bus in regular service.
Beautiful Arts in a Special Region
Book a vacation with a modernly equipped apartment and recharge your cultural batteries! The city, in particular, offers a wealth of cultural highlights. Explore the fascinating city center and marvel at the famous Canal Grande, Rialto Bridge, or Bridge of Sighs. The imposing St. Mark's Basilica and the associated St. Mark's Square are also world-famous. The famous St. Mark's Square in Venice has become a special tourist attraction for many visitors from all over the world, mainly because of the pigeons. In the city, several impressive churches are worth a visit. In addition to St. Mark's Basilica, the Frari Church is particularly worth seeing. It houses a finely carved choir, the Canova tomb, and numerous doge tombs. The Doge's Palace is no less impressive, where you can visit various council rooms and the doge's chambers. Venice is also a mecca for museum lovers. Art enthusiasts will enjoy the Peggy Guggenheim Museum or the Galeria d'Arte Moderna and Museo d'Arte Orientale. The Museo Storico Navale is all about Venetian shipping. The collection in the Museo Archelologico is archaeologically significant. The Rialto Bridge in Venice is also one of the city's most famous structures. The bridge spans the Canal Grande and is 48 meters long. The Doge's Palace in Venice has been the seat of the doge and the government and judicial organs of the Republic of Venice since the 9th century and is also worth a visit. The Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice, or Accademia for short, is a museum housed in the buildings of the former Santa Maria della Carità brotherhood. Initially, it was assigned to the Academy of Painting and Sculpture and became an independent museum in 1882. A worthwhile excursion for art lovers.
Risotto, Wines, and Fish
The region is known for several culinary delights. Rent a holiday home or apartment with a private kitchen and try it yourself! Baccalà Mantecato is a popular stockfish prepared with garlic and olive oil. Cicheti are small bites with fish or meat. Sarde in Saour are pickled anchovies eaten in combination with onions. The creamy rice dish Risotto is considered typically North Italian. The rice varieties Vialone Nano, Arborio, or Carnaroli are suitable for this. Radicchio is a cult vegetable in the region. Harvesting takes place after the first frosty nights in November. The vegetable is widely used in local kitchens. Classic drinks from the Venice region include Grappa veneta, Prosecco from Valdobbiadene or Conegliano, white wines from Custoza, Soava or Lugana, and red wines from Valpolicella or Bardolino
Gardaland and World-Famous Ski Resort
If you book a house, apartment, or private apartment in the Venice region for your family, there are numerous opportunities for joint activities. Gardaland in Castelnuovo del Garda is Italy's largest amusement park and makes children's hearts beat faster. In the winter months, you can practice winter sports in the Venetian Alps. Cortina d'Ampezzo is a world-famous ski resort and the venue for various winter sports events. Another family highlight is a visit to the waterfall park in Molina, located north of Verona
Verona and Venice as Hotspots
If you rent a residence here, you should not miss some sights and highlights. In the region, there are numerous historically significant castles and palaces to discover. These include Castel Brando, the Castle of San Zeno in Montagnana, the city fortification of Verona, or the Carraresa Castle in Padua. Undoubtedly, the biggest highlight is Venice with its lagoon and irresistible old town. The city centers of Vicenza and Verona are also worth seeing. In