Venice, also known as a magnetic point for lovers, artists and poets, Venice is a magic city, which stretches across numerous small islands. It is often referred to as the city of "gondole", which are the means of transportation used to cross the numerous canals passing through the city.

Direct Flights to Venice, Italy

Direct Flights to Venice, Italy
Located in northern Italy, the beautiful city of Venice is one of Italy’s greatest treasures. Situated on the banks of the Adriatic Sea, the city of Venice was built on a malaria infested swamp with its origins dating back to 5BC.

The floating city of Venice with its maze of canals and waterways is a feat of architectural brilliance with marble churches, stunning architecture and its many famous bridges.

Packed with fascinating history and a wealth of invaluable works of art, it has a whole host of attractions which draw thousands of tourists every year. There are plenty of airlines flying into Venice from the UK. For direct flights, try British Airways and for low cost flights, try Ryanair and easyJet.

Cheap flights to Venice, Italy

The heart of Venice is the Grand Canal which meanders through all of its districts. As well as the centre of Venice, the city also encompasses the islands of Murano famous for its glass making, Burano where they make lace and Torcello which is home to the Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta.

Venice is easily navigated by foot across the many bridges, piazzas and back streets or take a gondola ride for a relaxing way to see the city by foot. 
Must-see attractions in Venice include St Mark’s Basilica located in the famous St Mark’s Square, the gothic Doge’s Palace and the Campanile which has stunning views over the city and the lagoon.

To see some of Venice’s finest works of art, head to the Accademia Gallery which has displays from some of the great masters including Canaletto and Titian.

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Popular for weekend breaks and romantic getaways, the best deals on cheap flights to Venice, Italy can usually be found if you travel mid-week and outside of the busiest times of year.

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Venice Climate

Venice Climate
According to the Köppen climate classification, Venice has a Humid subtropical climate, with cool winters and very warm summers. The 24-hour average in January is 2.5 °C, and for July this figure is 22.7 °C. Precipitation is spread relatively evenly throughout the year, and averages 801 millimetres.