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Best Time To Go

January - December

Holiday Length

3 nights

Price guide

From £625pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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Holiday type

City break, Tailor-made


Venice city break

With its marble churches, grand palaces and labyrinthine waterways, Venice has a unique magic. Take a Venice city break and be enchanted by a city that seems to miraculously float on water. Offering more than just romance, Venice is brimming with culture, from artistic masterpieces to Moorish and Byzantine architecture. The trip Includes a half-day guided walking tour and entrance to San Marco Basilica and Ducal Palace. Flights and private transfers are also included, plus bed and breakfast accommodation and the services of a concierge who’ll make any additional bookings to tailor your break to suit you.

Why Venice?

A romantic labyrinth of waterways and sweeping bridges, Venice enjoys an unrivalled place in the collective imagination. But it’s far more than just masks and masquerades. It is, in fact, a marvel of engineering, with its marble churches and grand palaces resting on ancient wooden piles driven into the muddy banks of the lagoon that surrounds it.

There really is a lot going on under the surface. Art, literature and architecture are the three cornerstones of its charm. Moorish and Byzantine influences abound in its ornate buildings and there are artistic masterpieces on every corner. The soaring views from Campanile di San Marco are unparalleled, while Campo Santa Maria Formosa is a haven for design enthusiasts.

We recommend a short ferry ride to the quiet fishing village of Burano. Its twisting streets are a riot of colour and little fishing boats bob along its narrow thoroughfares. Famous for its lace-making, Burano has traditional workshops where this painstakingly precise textile craft is still practised. While on the island, try the local wine made from the rare Venetian grape, Dorona.