With Dream World Travel’s cheap flights to Venice, explore the famous city of Italy which comprises of more than 100 islands and stunning Palaces. You will have a chance to see some of the best sites of the world in Venice; the city is rich in having many famous tourist attractions of the world. See the St. Mark's Basilica which is the prominent church of Venice. Visit the St. Mark's Square that has an expansive and beautiful architecture. Visit the Palazzo Ducale and walk around the bridge to see the beautiful sights of Venice.
Visit the Doge's Palace which is a famous landmark of Italy. With cheap flights to Venice, explore the Murano which is a series of beautiful Islands connected through bridges. The city is rich in having some of the best museums and sights so make sure you explore every bit of it to know why the city is famous. With cheap flights to Venice, experience a journey like never before with Dream World Travel’s excellent flights and accommodations. Grab your tickets now and plan a trip with us at utter ease.
You must visit the most recognizable and popular of all churches in the city, the St. Mark’s Basilica. The interior of the St. Mark’s Basilica is clad with 4,240 sq. meters of gold mosaics.
See the Grand Canal at the heart of Venice which is a well-known boulevard of the city. Over the Grand Canal, you will see the Rialto Bridge which is one of the busiest crossing points of the city and a famous tourist attraction.
This square is considered as one of the finest squares in the world and is often crowded with tourist. The Doge’s Palace, St. Mark's Basilica, Campanile and clock tower are some of the dominant buildings around St. Mark’s Square.
It is one of the main landmarks of the city, the centre of government during the Venetian republic and the residence of Doge. This palace is now served as a museum; the paintings here were created especially to decorate the Palace. Its interesting history, art works and iconic beauty make it one of the city’s major attractions for tourist.
The long 11 kilometre sandbar is home to 20,000 residents. The island is a fun place for locals and tourist to hang out during the warm months. The city’s Film Festival takes place here, every September.
This museum showcases the rich maritime history of the city which dates back hundreds of year. Visit the ground floor of the museum that is dedicated to artillery used by the Venetian army, there is also World War II exhibits that features a number of torpedoes used in the war.
Calletta is the city’s narrowest street.
Feeding pigeons is not allowed in the city.
There are 177 canals and 400 bridges in Venice.
Gondolas are one of the most recognizable symbols of the city.
The S-shaped Grand Canal is Venice biggest canal.
The West’s first public casino, Ridotto was opened in Venice in 1638.