Venice Flights Guide
This romantic city of canals is one of the most famous, and most beautiful cities in Europe. With its charming piazzas, gliding gondolas, strange old buildings and palaces, not to mention its magnificent art treasures hidden in art galleries, museums and churches, Venice is a city that will charm you. In fact, Venice is one of those cities that one has to visit time and again, to enjoy its magic and romance.
Wander through the maze of narrow streets linked to each other by arched bridges over its myriad canals - the city is located on 116 islands on the Venice Lagoon right at the northern end of the Adriatic Sea. It is these endless waterways and tiny streets that make Venice so magical and unique.
Venice is full of ancient history. Since the 12th Century, this beautiful old city's six districts have been divided by the Grand Canal, with three on each bank. In the main square of San Marco you'll find the majestic Basilica di San Marco and the famous Rialto Bridge. Then, right next to the square you'll find Arsenale, home to the Giardini, one of the man locations for the city's famous international Art Biennale.
There's also the very popular Campo Santa Margherita, where people enjoy a lively nightlife in the many bars and restaurants. To explore the city and get a completely different perspective, cruise the waterways on board the motorboat buses called vaporetti. Alternatively, take a gondola ride for a taste of Italian romance.
Flights to Venice from the UK
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Venice Travel Facts
- Venice connects to 18 United Kingdom airports.
- Direct flights between United Kingdom and Venice take approximately 1
hours 47 minutes or 1117 kilometres.
- easyJet offer direct flights from London Gatwick to Venice.
- British Airways offer direct flights from London Gatwick to Venice.
- British Airways offer direct flights from London Heathrow to Venice.
- 3 airlines fly
directly between the UK and Venice.
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Venice, in northern Italy is a truly unique city made up of a series of islands, with a network of canals inter-twining them. Venice has been the set of many films over the years and is canals and gondolas are instantly recognisable. Amongst the many attractions in Venice are St Mark's Square (the main square in Venice) and the Horses of Saint Mark. Venice is home to a collection of museums for those interested in the cities cultural side. British Airways, BMI and Jet2 fly directly from the UK to Marco Polo International Airport (VCE) in Venice.
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