Venice is located in the North-East part of Italy, by the Adriatic sea. It is on a group of small islands that are separated by canals and linked by bridges. Its main characteristic is that it is a city built on the water
It’s well connected via highway and train to the main axis east-west. It has an international airport called Venice Marco Polo reachable in 20 minutes driving or sailing. The main train station is Venezia Santa Lucia, ideal to reach the city from outside. As the city is on the water, the main transport is the boat. In the city you’ll find many Water Taxis that can easily take you everywhere
Mid seasons are suitable for the warm temperature and less tourists. The summer is beautiful but it could be very crowded. Winter is suitable if you wish to discover the city and relax. Just pay attention to the high tides. The water can cover the main squares and it is almost impossible to walk. It is not dangerous but the museums and monuments are closed to the public. The high tides season is from November to February
Venice is a world-famous city, unique, magic and safe. There is no other city in the world like it. Little streets called “calli” and tiny canals hide beautiful buildings and unexpected squares at every corner. It is not easy to orientate in Venice as the streets are many and very little but if you rely on a local guide you can discover the most famous places and the hidden gems. It’s a perfect destination for romanticism, for food and wine lovers and for history enthusiasts.