Venice is arguably one of the most romantic cities in the world. Built on 118 submerged islands in the Adriatic Sea, it is home to 400 foot bridges and 170 boat canals, all of this gives Venice an unique and romantic feeling. For a large part of its history Venice was quite a powerful Republic. While driving a car in Venice isn't possible in the majority of the city because of the narrow streets and many canals, why not consider hiring a car to travel to the Italian mainland and if you want to return there is a car park for your vehicle.
There are so many attractions in Venice it's hard to choose from them, but there are a couple of highlights such as St. Marks Square that houses many sights such as St. Marks Basilica and Campanile (Bell Tower), The Doge's Palace and access to the Grand Canal. No trip to Venice is complete without a punt on a Gondola but if you aren't comfortable with something that small why not take a jaunt on a Vamporetto, a larger ferry type boat that can carry 230 people.
Venice may not be ideal for driving a car but it is ideally located just off the coast of mainland Italy for day trips and more. Just on the other side of the Liberty Bridge that connects Venice to Italy is the city of Mestre and the local beaches. Further on are the cities of Treviso, home of the Bennetton Treviso rugby team, and Verona famous for its amphitheatre.
Opening hours:Mo-Sa 0830-1230 1500-1900, Su closed
Address:Viale Venezia 31
Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0830-1230 1430-1730, Sa 0830-1230, Su closed
Address:Piazzale Roma, 496
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Address:Marco Polo Apt
Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0830-1230 1430-1800, Sa 0830-1230, Su closed
Address:Viale Stazione 18/F