- Winter, from December to February, is cold, damp and gray. The coldest months are, as is normal in the Po-Venetian plain, January and December. At night, light frosts occur often enough.
- Spring, from March to May, is a quite rainy and unstable season. There is a moderate amount of sunny days, but there can still be cold and foggy days as well as periods of bad weather and wind.
- Summer, from June to August, is usually sunny, and it's often also hot and muggy, though the breeze tempers a little the heat. In the afternoon, thunderstorms can break out, while the bora can sometimes blow, bringing a bit of cool weather.
- Autumn, from September to November, is initially pleasant (in September and sometimes in early October), with many sunny days.
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Mesmerize yourself with the Venezia’s charm and explore the world’s most magical city with your family and friends with a series of interesting things to do and explore in Venice. Surrounded by a network of ancient canals and picturesque floating stone palaces all around, there is so much in this beautiful city to discover. Although, the city is small enough that you can enjoy walking around all the major attractions but the charm of the city is such that you will end up wishing for an extended stay here. You can enjoy going café-hopping for coffee and wine or can enjoy delicious fresh seafood especially if you choose to stay in one of the Venice Hotels on the Beach. Whether you are looking for a romantic couple holiday or are looking to take the family on a cultural holiday to Venice, there are attractions for each one of you to make your trip a lifetime memory.
While you are in Venice, it is a must to include famous gondola rides among other excursions. The city of water is actually based on an archipelago that comprises of 117 islands and thus water taxis and water ferries are the most common methods of getting around in the city. Make sure you visit the St. Mark’s Square located in the center of Venice where you can take feed pigeons or run through them to capture some memorable pictures. Also. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the city from the top of the Campanile bell tower that dominates the skyline of the city. Another place that offers iconic views of the city is from the top of the Ponte di Rialto Bridge spanning the Grand Canal. From here, you can enjoy watching gondolas and ferries traveling through the Grand Canal. Other must-visit spots include Saint Mark’s Basilica, the Doges’ Palace, and the Gallerie dell’Accademic among many others. Venice-Hotels.co has hand-picked some of the best Hotels in Venice around these and other locations for tourists to stay at.