Best of Venice in 2-Day Epic Itinerary
When to Visit Venice?
Venice offers attractions all year round, with off-season visits in
September/October having shorter queues
and lower prices.
Summer offers sunny weather but higher costs and longer lines
. The Venice Carnival takes place in February.
How to Get Around Venice?
– Getting around Venice is primarily done by water, like with Vaporettos for €7.50/ticket, water taxis, and gondolas.
– Exploring on foot is recommended to experience the atmosphere.
How to Stay Safe in Venice?
Venice is a safe city, with low risk for travelers, except for pickpockets. Avoid carrying too much cash and be cautious in tourist hotspots.
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Day 1 – Piazza San Marco and Beyond
First stop - Piazza San Marco:
Home to primary attractions, including St. Mark's Basilica.
Second stop - St. Mark's Basilica:
A church with Byzantine architecture. Free to enter, with a small fee for the museum.
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Optional Fourth Stop - St. Mark's Campanile:
Huge bell tower offering panoramic views of Venice.
Fourth or Fifth Stop - The Waterfront and Beyond:
Experience Venetian life, Gothic architecture, and the stunning waterfront.
Day 2 – The Grand Canal & Other Islands
First Stop - Visit Ponte di Rialto:
An iconic bridge. An early start is advised.
Second Stop - Explore Venice islands:
less touristic, try Murano or Burano or Lido beach.
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