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As the only pedestrian city in the world, Venice, Italy is a canal-based archipelago with a legendary beauty. In the past, the city of Venice was the centre for trade in gold, silver and other precious metals. The floating city is built on 118 small islands and seems to float in the water. During your visit, take a gondola ride and enjoy breathtaking views of the city. If you can't squeeze a gondola ride into your tight schedule, that's fine - take a vaporetto (public transportation boat) to San Marco.

FAQs for Venice

  • What are the best things to do in Venice?
    Visit San Marco square, take a gondola ride and go to Murano and Burano islands.

  • Are cars allowed in Venice?
    Cars are not allowed in the centre of the city. External. There are paid car parks near the city.

Things to do and see in Venice

  • Doge's Palace
    As one of Venice's most popular historical sites, the Doge's Palace is a must-see to admire a unique architecture and to learn a little more about Venetian history.

  • St Mark's Basilica
    St. Mark's Cathedral Basilica will amaze visitors with its splendor and architectural beauty.

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