You will be picked up in the comfortable Executive Van directly at the hotel and drive to Venice. The Italian lagoon city is considered to be the city of bridges, canals and magnificent buildings and was built around 500 AD on about 150 nearby flat islands on millions of wooden piles. The splendidly playful Renaissance architecture with its playful domes, aristocratic palaces and the gondolas typical of Venice shape the image of the city, which gives the impression of floating on water. Finally, there are approximately 435 bridges in Venice that lead over the waterways.
Those who are in Venice should in any case make a gondola trip. From the water you can experience the Canale Grande, the longest and most beautiful waterway in the city, as well as the Rialto Bridge: the 48-metre long and 22-metre wide bridge connects the districts of San Polo and San Marco and stands on a total of 12,000 wooden piles. You should also visit the famous Piazza San Marco with the Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), the Basilica of St. Mark's Cathedral (Basilica di San Marco) and the St. Mark's Tower (Campanile di San Marco).
Venice is rich in history, charm, art and architecture. Once upon a time, Venice was an important commercial and naval power: favoured by its geographical position, the "Queen of the Adriatic" controlled the main trade routes in the Mediterranean and acted as a bridge between the Orient and the Occident. The city's palaces and art treasures still bear witness to its former wealth. If you want to learn more about it and immerse yourself in the history and culture of the city, you have the option of booking a guided tour with a local guide.