The Floating City

There really isn’t anywhere quite like Venice. Its location in the shallow Venetian Lagoon is made up of 118 small islands separated by canals and linked by 400 bridges. The Grand Canal could not have a truer moniker – the bustling, wide waterway perfectly highlights the Venetian architecture lining its banks. Full of history, culture, and exquisite northern Italian food and wine, Venice is known for the romantic gondola boats roaming its inland canals and myriad museums housing masterworks by Venetian artists like Titan and Bellini. Cuisine here is clearly influenced by ancient spice routes – at happy hour, establishments large and small serve cicheti (Venetian tapas) and Prosecco.

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Know Before You Go

Temperatures range from the mid-60s to the mid-80s, with July being the hottest, most humid month. 
Fly into Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE), about 25 minutes from the palazzo. Or, arrive into Santa Lucia train station, just a 12-minute walk away. 
Download an offline Google map — should you get turned around and can't get a signal, this is a lifesaver!

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