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Cheap Flights, Holidays and City Breaks to Venice, Italy from Ireland

The city of Venice is breathtaking and totally unique and it is definitely a must see for any tourist. You can experience it now with one of our great deals on city breaks, flights and holidays to Venice from Ireland.

Venice is an ideal holiday or city break destination and it’s located in northeast Italy sited on a group of 118 islands separated by canals and linked by bridges.

Venice is listed as a World Heritage Site, including its lagoon. Venice is the capital of the Veneto Region. If you are into history, Venice is definitely the city for you, with city breaks, holidays and flights available all-year round.

Historically, Venice was the capital of the Venetian Republic. During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Venice was an important maritime power.

Holidays and city breaks to Venice are a must as it’s so well known for its numerous artistic movements especially the Renaissance Period. The city of Venice played a pivotal role in the history of symphonic and operatic music and it’s the birthplace of Antonio Vivaldi.

The city of Venice is renowned for the beauty of its setting, its stunning architecture and its artworks.

 Venice is without a shadow of a doubt one of the most magnificent and popular cities on earth so call us today for more information on cheap holidays, city breaks and flights.

Venice is one destination in particular that sees holidaymakers from all corners of the globe enjoy all that this majestic Italian city has to offer. Why don’t you take in a gondola cruise or a tour through the superb Basilica San Marco Cathedral and then after your day of exploration you should enjoy, relax and enjoy the scrumptious Venetian food and fantastic wine.

If you’re interested in fashion and shopping, Venice is highly recommended for holidays and short city breaks. It’s a major fashion and shopping centre in Italy, not as important as Florence, Milan or Rome but on a par to Vicenza, Turin, Genoa and Naples. Many of the fashion boutiques and jewellery shops in Venice are situated in the Rialto Bridge and the Piazza San Marco.

Luigi Barzini described Venice in The New York Times as ‘’undoubtedly the most beautiful city built by man.’ Times Online described the city of Venice as being on of Europe’s most romantic cities. If this is what you are looking for, check out our cheap Venice flights, city breaks and holidays from Ireland at the best available rates.

Tourism has been a major sector of industry in Venice since the 18th Century, when it was a major centre for the Grand Tour, with its stunning cityscape, uniqueness, its rich musical and its artistic cultural heritage.

In the 19th Century, Venice became a fashionable centre for the rich and the famous. It continued being a fashionable city in vogue right into the early 20th Century.  The Venice Film Festival attracts visitors from all parts of the world. If you wish to attend the Venice Film Festival, you should checkout our super deals on all-inclusive holiday packages and flights to Venice from Ireland at very reasonable fares.

There are so many must see sights and attractions in Venice that you definitely have to visit. They include  St. Mark’s Basilica, the Grand Canal and the Piazza San Marco. You will have to visit the Lido di Venezia as it is also a very popular international luxury destination here in Venice, which attracts thousands of actors, celebrities as well as many people from the world of film.

Venice is a powerhouse city where you can marvel at Grand Canal Palaces and so many more delights, so come and sample the wonderful city of Venice.

If you’d like to visit other parts of Italy, we can also offer cheap Rome flights and holidays, or you could plan an Istanbul holiday during your stay in Venice.

For cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to Venice from Dublin, Cork and Shannon, call us today.





Information & Facts


Walking Tours of Venice

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Venice Guided Tours

Venice Kayak


 Venice has a humid sub-tropical climate, with cool winters and very warm summers. The 24-hour average in January is 2.5 °C (36.5 °F), and for July this figure is 22.7 °C (72.9 °F). Precipitation is spread relatively evenly throughout the year, and averages 801 millimetres

Getting Around

Venice, the world's only pedestrian city, is easily walkable, and the absence of cars makes this a particularly pleasant experience. However, walking and standing all day can also be exhausting, so it is best to pace yourself. The Rialtine islands - the 'main' part of Venice - are small enough to walk from one end to the other in about an hour, provided you don't get lost (a common occurrence).

If you want to get around a bit more quickly, there are numerous vaporetti (water buses) and water taxis. The vaporetti are generally the best way to get around, even if the service route map changes frequently. If you are going to be in Venice for a few days visiting, it is a lot cheaper to use vaporetti than private water taxis. If you want to have a romantic ride along the canals, take a gondola ride, although they tend to exist for more scenic purposes, rather than getting people from point A to point B. You can also get a Venice Card, which has various options that you can choose when you buy it. If you'll be staying in Venice for a week - get the Venice Card and enjoy travelling from island to island and exploring the various museums and churches it offers access to. Maps are available at the vaporetto stops in the ticket booths. The map is quite reliable, and is free when getting a Venice Card (€2).

Otherwise, enjoy a walk! The city is not that big, and you can walk from one end to the other in a few hours (if you stick to the paths conveniently marked with arrows in the direction of major landmarks).






Piazza San Marco

Grand Canal

Doge's Palace Venice

Rialto Bridge

Lido di Venezzia

Saint Mark's Basilica

Bridge of Sighs

Ca' d'Oro

Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo

Chiesa di San Stae: Founded at the beginning of the 11th Century and it was reconstructed in the 17th Century



Al Graspo de Ua
The fully air-conditioned hotel was completely renovated in 2003 and offers a total of 22 rooms spread over 5 floors, of which 3 are singles and 19 are doubles. Guests are offered a terrace, a stylish foyer, a telefax service, a currency exchange desk and a 24-hour reception desk. In addition, a cosy..
Al Sole Hotel Centre
The 3-star Al Sole Hotel is a real gem, located in the heart of one of the oldest parts of Venice. Housed in a truly marvellous 15th century Palazzo, the Al Sole was once the residence of the dynastic Marcello family, who still own and run the hotel to this day. Facing the Tolentini Canal, the hotel..
The hotel is interesting in terms of its history, and has some extra charm being owned by one of the last aristocrats of Venice. It has also been recently renovated therefore it will show to be an excellent chioce.CQ 03/09
Albergo Cavalletto
Having opened in 1308, the Cavalletto & Doge Orselo is one of the oldest hotels on Venice Island. Located no more than 20 steps (!) from St Marks Square (the hub of Venice), the hotel overlooks a canal and has its own mooring for gondalas and watertaxis; perfect for those guests wishing to arrive..
Albergo Quattro Fontane
This hotel comprises a total of 60 rooms. Signore Bevilacqua, whose family has owned this property for more than 50 years, has collected some very unusual antique furniture, art, and artefacts from all over the world. No two rooms are alike, each has an individual character and charm. On offer at this..
Albergo Cavalletto & Doge Orseolo
This attractive, hotel built in the traditional Italian style is located directly opposite the well known Bacino Orseolo, the gondola meeting point in Venice. Links to the public transport network are located directly in front of the hotel and the St Marks Square is only a few minutes away by foot. Numerous..
A family-run hotel offering rooms and 3 elegant and comfortable apartments equipped with air conditioning and kitchen. Rooms overlook a private and quiet interior patio or the typical Ruga Giuffa. Facilities include a breakfast room and a guided tour desk. Free Wi-Fi.
The hotel is located in the suburban area of Mestre, at the gateway to the island of Venice and just a few minutes from the airport.All rooms are medium in size, some of them are wood furnished. All rooms are in a traditional style, in good condition and equipped with all comforts.The hotel restaurant..
The hotel is located in a prime location, very close to the Piazza San Marco, Rialto Bridge and very near to the best tourist attractions of Venice.Rooms, medium to large-sized, are red carpeted and decorated in pale yellow. They are furnished in a simple but refined style. Bedspreads and curtains are..
A boutique hotel located in the heart of Venice, offering 13 rooms, including 1 luxury double and 12 deluxe junior suites, all furnished in Venetian or classic style and with modern, comfortable facilities such as ensuite bathroom (marble, some with jacuzzi and shower / steam bath) hairdryer, satellite..
This 3* superior hotel boasts large rooms decorated in a traditional Venetian style with exclusive ´Rezzonico´chandeliers and comfortable sofas with Damascus style upholstery. The Venice ´Serenissima´style atmosphere throughout the hotel combines with modern services and amenities...
The hotel is situated in a pretty residential area of Lido, only 100 m from the beach and only 500 m from Venice congress palace and Film Festival Palace. The pier to catch the boat to Venice historical centre is about 1 km to take either by bus or by a cheep ride by taxi.All the rooms are with bathroom,..
Al Nido Di Giulietta E Romeo Hotel (Centre)
Located in an area of venice's historic city centre known as san cassian, just a few minutes from the rialto bridge and st mark's square, il nido di giulietta & romeo is the ideal choice for anyone planning an exclusive, unforgettable holiday. Easy to reach and handy for public transport, it makes..
Al Graspo de Ua Apartments
Decorated with Venetian style furniture and s. XVIII housed in an old building has all the modern services and amenities such as 24 hour reception desk, and also includes Wifi available in public areas. ## Location Located on a quiet side street in an exceptional setting right next to Venice's famed..
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Venice, the Floating City

The city of Venice in Italy is simply splendid and totally unique. Founded more than thousand five hundred years ago on hundred and seventeen islands, Venice is connected by an array of over hundred and fifty canals, four hundred bridges and many historic pavements. All edifices in Venice are supported on slender oak and pine posts, which are driven deep into the ground to create a solid foundation. Venice is doubtlessly one of the most magnificent and popular cities on earth. Holidaymakers flock from all over the planet to take in the romance and history Venice has to supply. From gondola cruises to tours through the superb Basilica San Marco cathedral and exquisite wining and dining; Venice is the ideal site for a romantic vacation. Club Travel -- Irish travel agents specialising in holidays, city breaks and cheap flights to Venice. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for competitions, updates and last minute flight and holiday deals to Venice.



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