There are no cars permitted on the island however there is plenty on offer outside Venice to make a Venice Airport car hire a worthwhile option. Our cheap service can be a great addition to an Italian holiday. The Dolomite Mountains should be your first stop while it’s also worth taking in Cortina D’Ampezzo as well as Lake Misurina. Those with a keen interest in Wine may want to consider a visit to the Valpolicella wine region.
Venice continues to lure Irish visitors in greater numbers every year. Ryanair offer flights to Venice from Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport while Aer Lingus offer flights from Dublin Airport to Venice (Venice Marco Polo Airport).
Venice is unique city full of tranquil canals and magnificent architecture including palaces and cathedrals. It is a tourist heaven with so much to see and experience. Water Taxis or Gondolas are no doubt the best way to see the city. This is what Venice is all about.
Piazza San Marco is the busiest part of Venice. Here you will find Doges’ Palace as well as St Mark’s Basilica which is a real threat for architecture buffs. If you are in a romantic mood then head for the Bridge of Sighs (the Lovers Bridge) which connects to Doges’ Palace. Take in the splendid views of the city.
Several renowned bridges cross the Grand Canal which is the main waterway in Venice such as the very old wooden Accademia Bridge. Follow on from here and you will find a calmer area of Venice which is home to the Peggy Guggenheim Gallery.
It can be quite expensive going for a meal in Venice particularly in popular tourist areas such as St Marks Square. However the local specialties are well worth the financial stretch. The cuttlefish is a very popular dish in Venice.
The world renowned Venice carnival takes place in February; July brings the Redentore Festival while September sees the arrival of the Venice International Film Festival. Search for a low cost car hire Venice quote today.