Venice – good travel tips

The best time to visit Venice is in early spring, the weather is slightly warmer, but the weather is not too cold. At the peak of the summer, the weather may be hot and humid, but spring is much fresher!

Take a water taxi from the airport and make sure your style is in place. It's expensive, about 100 euros, but if you share it with a friend or agree, it's well worth 25 euros or less per person, you will get off at the nearest landing point.

If you stay for three days or more, please invest 33 euros in the 72-hour ACTV smart card. Unless you're planning to sit in the hotel all day [why!!], you'll save money by buying a single ticket, and it's much simpler. Just pass it to the reader every time you enter your boarding pass to verify your ticket. -stage.

Don't go to the most expensive hotel unless you plan to spend most of your time here. There are many cheap hotels in Venice that can serve as the perfect foundation! The boatmen often travel around for your customs. In special circumstances, with a special friend, taking the cable car along the Grand Canal is unforgettable. If the cable car does exceed your price range, you can take the traghetti [cable car ferry] across the canal for just 50 cents.

You must explore on foot. Don't panic when you get lost, it's almost certain that after discovery, you will find a lot of happiness until you get back on track. A yellow street sign on the building indicates the route to San Marco, Rialto and Accademia. As long as you are away from the crowds, alleys and bridges, you will soon get lost in the stagnant waters of Venice. Head to Dorsoduro in Castello, Cannaregio or Sestieri.

In the morning, before the arrival of the day's visitors, or at nightfall, head to St. Mark's Square. After dark, lights and music add a new atmosphere to this fascinating place. In addition to fast food, if you have a limited budget, don't dine at the stone throwing distance of popular tourist attractions. Instead, find a place where locals can eat to truly understand Venice, and you can save even more in this way!

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is very popular and worth a visit. Even if it's not suitable for modern art, you can have a beautiful sculpture garden and terrace in front, where you can sit and watch the Grand Canal.

I hope that you will find these travel tips helpful, just because the city of Venice is very romantic. This is not only for couples, but even for single travelers, there is still a lot to do, so please don't be intimidated when traveling alone.