Call us on 0203 515 1900

1 Room 1 Travellers

Venice Holidays

Elite Hotel

Save UP To

30% OFF


Bed and Breakfast

Based on 670 reviews

Reference No : 0F67AF5C5

Flight + 2 Nights

fr£119pp view offer

call us on 0203 515 1900

Ambasciatori Hotel

Save UP To

30% OFF


Room Only

Based on 1175 reviews

Reference No : 8AEEEA70E

Flight + 2 Nights

fr£89pp view offer

call us on 0203 515 1900

Delfino Hotel

Save UP To

30% OFF


Room Only
*Special OfferThe Magic Art Of Glassblowing

Based on 2058 reviews

Reference No : FBBD10ACF

Flight + 2 Nights

fr£99pp view offer

call us on 0203 515 1900

President Hotel

Save UP To

30% OFF


Bed and Breakfast

Based on 405 reviews

Reference No : FDF4031C6

Flight + 2 Nights

fr£99pp view offer

call us on 0203 515 1900

About Venice

Venice is a place that has deep-rooted glorious past with a strong resurgence. Owing to its stunning natural setting, uncontaminated architectural heritage and the intoxicating Grand Canal that lures the awestruck tourists, this “Floating City” has always been one of the favourites of people and hence they leave no chance to book cheap city breaks to Venice whenever they get best Venice city break deals. Anyone who has been on a trip to Venice would definitely agree that the upscale museums, 141 churches, other inconceivable sights like the Gothic Doge’s Palace and the bejewelled Basilica of San Marco, are the magnificent attractions of the city. Even if you have to spend a great number of holidays in Venice, yet the complex network of its islands, bridges, canals and pedestrian alleys will keep you bewildered. Once you have planned your city breaks to Venice, rest assured for a jovial journey. Spend the days you have on your Venice breaks, roving from Palace to Piazza, shopping at the voguish malls, exploring the art museums and experiencing the enchanting beauty of Venice that has a subtle influence of Rome, Ottoman, Italy and Byzantine. 

When to Go ?

If you wish to make the most of your Venice weekend breaks, then the season of your visit also plays a vital role. The season which is good for one, might not be good for another depending upon individual needs and preferences. A judicial decision should be taken so that you don’t land up disappointed on your city breaks to Venice. 
The best visiting season is early summer and late spring but these pleasant warm days remain packed with tourists too. If there are advantages of visiting these places during the peak season then there are many disadvantages too like if you are thinking of getting all inclusive Venice holiday packages then it will cost you a much higher price. Also you will have to wait in long queues at the famous tourist spots like museums, Piazzas and other sights. Finding an accommodation at your favourite hotel at affordable price could be another challenge. 
The fall is another beautiful time to visit the ‘city of masks’. The city has long and intense winters and if you wish to see Venice enveloped in a light coating of snow, then wait for the temperatures to fall so low, as you can always book last minute deals to Venice anytime with Holiday Desire at unbeatable offer price. Winters could be a great time to visit the place as you can get all inclusive Venice holiday packages at an affordable price. The famous attractions remain less crowded so you can invest lavish time in sight-seeing. If you plan Venice breaks towards the end of the winter season, you could be lucky enough to be a part of the most awaited Carnevale. 

Places to Visit

The city of Masks exactly resembles a picture postcard with traversing canals, traditional museums, art galleries, cathedrals, public squares etc.  These places cast a fanatical charm on the onlookers and they are enticed to book Venice holiday packages again for their upcoming vacations. Few attractions that steal the show are:- 
Grand Canal – the best of the romantic city of Venice
This is the most significant representation of the city of romance flanked by beautiful spots and castles on both the sides. The canal is the best and most visited place in Venice. It meanders through the whole city and few spectacular bridges overlook at different places. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset and sparkling water in the evenings. Don’t even think to ignore this on your holidays to Venice. 
Doge’s Palace – A palace turned into a museum
Doge’s Palace is enormously beautiful place located at the bank of Grand Canal. Earlier it was the Palace of Justice, Seat of Government and also the official residence of Doge. The décor and architecture of this marvelous edifice stands class apart. Book cheap holidays to Venice and witness yourself to believe. 
Rialto Bridge – Depicting the rustic charm of the romantic city
It is one of the popular landmarks of Venice standing above the Grand Canal.  This is also the crossing point of the Canal and the tourists experience extreme delight in visiting this Rialto Bridge. The attractive Gondolas and boats passing under the bridge and the adjoining fresh market scene are other attractions to watch on the place. 
Basilica di San Marco – One of the most beautiful religious places to visit in Venice
St. Mark’s Basilioca is one of the artistic marvels of Venice with amazing designs and gold mosaic work that supplement the Byzantine domes. A truly amazing destination to hit. Make sure to see the Pala d’Oro, mosaic designs of Titan & Tintoretto and also Quadriga(a group of four horses in bronze) of St. mark’s when you are on Venice Christmas market breaks. 
Piazza San Marco – The bustling public square
While planning cheap holidays to Venice, do not forget to include this wonderful place in your itinerary. Being the most happening place and heart of the city it remains inundated with a huge crowd. The situation is ideal as it is located in front of Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica. 
Teatro La Fenice – An iconic opera house
Teatro La Fenice is an opera house where many Italian theatres have showcased themselves. It has even hosted many premiers and performances of famous composers like Bellini, Donizzetti, and Verdi. Though the structure of this place was devastated by the fire accidents but it was refurbished and reconstructed and still look glorious. 
Ca’ Rezzonico – Displaying works of finest Italian artists
It is a public museum on the bank of Grand Canal and one of the places worth visiting when you plan holidays to Venice. It is one of the museums that is managed by the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia Authority and have stupendous collection of sculptures and paintings; all by the renowned artists like Titan, Van Dyck, Bernini, Mantegna etc. Make sure to include this place in your all inclusive holidays to Venice.

Essential Info

If you have any travel related apprehensions while planning your Venice holidays, this essential information will surely abate your anxiety. The city’s official airport, Venice Marco Polo, is a comfortable ride via bus or boat. It is a new airport, on the mainland adjoining the waters of the Venetian lagoon. The Venice Treviso Airport is a small airport with a huge terminal building. Reaching Venice, through this airport is very easy as a connecting coach links every Ryanair flight with the bus terminal in Venice. 
Flying to Marco Polo airport is an experience in itself. As the planes descend over the Venetian Lagoon, it offers splendid views of Venice. The Alps, being situated at a short distance from the Veneto’s art cities, are crossed on the routes of both Venice and Treviso. Along with the mountain views, there are sometimes views of the Lake Garda also from the aeroplanes.  

There are many luxuriating accommodations in Venice which will cost you a great amount so take a wise decision and book Venice city break deals with Holiday Desire to avail best deals for famous Venice hotels along with cheap airfares, and turn your ordinary holidays into luxury holidays to Venice. 
Currency is euro. The International cards are accepted at most of the cashpoint machines, via the Cirrus Circuit.
Venice is almost one hour ahead of GMT/BST
Flight time from London to Venice is around 2 hours.
International Dialing Codes: Dial 0039041XXX for Venice numbers from abroad, 041 XXX within Italy. Dial 00 for an International Line, followed by the country code. 
British embassy in Rome: (00390642200001). The British Consulate in Venice no longer exists. The Milan Consulate (via San Paolo 7) is open from 9am-12:30pm. One can even call during office hours on 00 39 02 723 001

Best Service Every Year


Commendable service from excellent travel experts

Ratings and Reviews Powered by TripAdvisor
Pay with us Securely


Your payment and credentials are safe with us

Book With Confidence


Perfect holidays with perfect prices.

Call Us Today! 0203 515 1900