06 Dec Venice
When it comes to romance, there are few cities in the world that can compete with Venice. This is one of the most magical cities of the world and the fact that the whole city has been recognised by UNESCO indicates that it is a very special to visit. The beauty of Venice, its architecture and its artworks makes this a city that always has something of interest. The latest census indicates that more than 270,000 people call Venice home and the city is the capital of the Veneto region of Italy. The fact that the city is sometimes referred to as “the City of Water”, “the city of Masks”, “the city of Bridges”, as the “Floating City” or even as the “City of Canals” tells you a lot about Venice. There is a very good reason why this city has been referred to as being one of the most beautiful cities that has been created by man.
When it comes to arriving in Venice, there are two main airports that you can choose from.
- Venice Marco Polo VCE
- Treviso San Angelo TSF
No matter which venue you arrive at, there are a number of options available for you. You will find that the Venice Marco Polo VCE transfers and the Treviso San Angelo TSF transfers provide affordable and effective ways to make your way from the airport into the heart of Venice. If you are looking to get away from the airport quickly or in the most stylish fashion, you will have exactly what you need when you travel with Europe Shuttle.
Of course, when it comes to getting around Venice, the more scenic route is of value and it may well be that it is quicker too. In addition to providing a wide range of airport transfer options, Europe Shuttle offer boat and cruise trips. If you are looking for an effective cruise port transfer or the most affordable boat taxi Venice has to offer, Europe Shuttle will provide. The company offers a wide range of boat taxi transfers so no matter where you stay, there will be something for you.
What To See In Venice
Tourism is huge in Venice with more than 50,000 tourists being in the city every day and the city is in the top 30 most visited tourist attractions around the world. The canals of Venice provide an immediate starting point for any tourist but the city is well known for its architecture and art. Even though you may be interested in seeing traditional art in Venice, the city has a vibrant modern day art scene.
Some of the most popular attractions on offer in Venice include the Grand Canal, the Basillica of St Marks and the Piazza San Marco. The Lido di Venezia is also very popular with celebrities and those that like to watch celebrities. This means you can fit in some star spotting alongside the more traditional tourist attractions.
While Venice has plenty to see and do, at times it can seem slightly overcrowded. This is why getting out of the city and visiting nearby towns and villages can be of interest. There are a number of great destinations around 20km from Venice. Some of the best places to visit include Mestre, Marcon, Spinea, Mogliano Veneto, Mira, Sorze, Noale and Roncade.
Conference centres and hotels in Venice
While you do not automatically think of Venice as a top business destination, it welcomes numerous business travellers on a daily basis. This means that there are plenty of venues to choose from and there is a great range of hotels on offer. If you are looking to arrive in style, you’ll find the best chauffeur services Venice has to offer or the most stylish limousine services Venice can provide being offered by Europe Shuttle.
The firm also offers the best corporate transportation Venice can provide and if you are heading to a hotel, you should select the most efficient executive services Venice has to offer. Europe Shuttle can take you to the finest hotels in the city including: Bauer Palladio Hotel & Spa, Bonvecchiati Hotel, Hotel Principe, Hotel Gabrielli Sandwirth and the Monaco & Grand Canal Hotel.