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Cheap flights to Venice (VCE)

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Flights to Venice, Italy

Venice is famous for its river where the city is built on with the Grand Canal being the main water-traffic corridors in the city. The Grand Canal divides the city into two parts and traces from San Marco Basilica to Santa Chiara Church. The capital of the Veneto region in Northeastern Italy is Venice, situated on a group of 118 islands linked over 400 bridges. Together with Padua and Treviso, Venice is part of Padua-Treviso-Venice Metropolitan Area with a total population of 2.6 million residents. Venice is regarded as many things through its establishment, such as "La Dominante", "La Serenissima", "Queen of the Adriatic", "The City of Water", "City of Masks", "City of Bridges", "The Floating City", and "City of Canals". During the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Venice is the capital of the Republic of Venice and a major financial and maritime power. Venice is among the earliest city-state to be a major international commercial center, emerging in the 9th century before its prominence in the 14th century. As such, throughout its history, Venice is always a wealthy city, as well as being known for important artistic movement during the Renaissance period that shaped the history of symphonic and operatic music. Till this day, Venice remained a very popular tourist destination, an iconic city of Italy and ranked as the most beautiful city in the world.


Airports in Venice

1. Venice Marco Polo Airport

Venice Marco Polo Airport is the main international airport that serves the city of Venice, being the fourth busiest airport in Italy. It is located in Tessera, a Frazione of the Comune of Venice nearest to Mestre, which is found 8 kilometers north of the city center. The airport is named after the merchant, explorer and writer Marco Polo which was born in the Republic of Venice. Venice Marco Polo Airport has one terminal with three floors, in which the ground floor is meant for arrivals and the second floor for departures with separations for Schengen and non-Schengen flights. The third floor, on the other hand, has offices intended for the operating company and airlines served. It has two runways, one is made of asphalt and is of 3,300 meters in length, while the other is made of bitumen and is of 2,780 meters in length. It is the hub and focuses city of easyJet and Volotea.


2. Treviso Airport

Treviso Airport is yet another international airport that serves the city of Venice, sometimes referred unofficially as Venice-Treviso. It is located in 3 kilometers west-southwest of Treviso and 31 kilometers away from the city center of Venice. Standing 18 meters above the sea level, the airport is mainly used for low-cost flights. Treviso Airport has one runway that is made of asphalt and is of 2,420 meters in length, with a new terminal that opens in 2007.


How to Get Cheap Flights to Venice?

Traveloka is a travel search engine that makes it easy for travelers to find the cheapest flights to Venice. All you need to do is to simply key in the information in the search box, and the application will recommend the best trip according to your budget. It compares flight prices across some trusted airlines to help you to get the best possible deal. Don’t hesitate to use Traveloka’s price alert feature to be notified of flights in your desired price range to get the best flight price to Venice.


When is the Best Time to Fly to Venice?

The off-peak season is from September to November because of the much higher temperatures. This could be a great time to get reasonable offers at lower prices. It is great news if you plan your trip well, you can save your money because the price for hotels and flights during the peak season will be much higher and cost you a lot of money. Nonetheless, if you want to come over when the crowd is around, the peak season in Venice is during June to August which is during the summer season.


Venice has a humid subtropical climate in which winters are mild and foggy with average temperatures around 2.8 degree Celsius to 5.0 degree Celsius. However, there is also the chance of frost. Meanwhile, the summers are generally hot and humid, with a chance of thunderstorms and average temperatures ranging from 20 degree Celsius to 25 degree Celsius. The annual precipitation is around 748.4 mm with even spread of rainfall, in which the heaviest of the rain typically happening in spring and autumn. The temperature extremes would range from -18.8 degree Celsius to 39.7 degree Celsius.


What are the Top 5 Things to Do in Venice?

As a vibrant city with an extensive history, Venice has been one of the frequently visited cities in the world. Therefore, one can expect to run into the many attractions that can be found and visited in Venice.


1. Doge’s Palace – Once the residence of the Doge of Venice, Doge's Palace is a palace built in Venetian Gothic style and the main attraction in Venice. It has been a museum since 1923 exhibiting various artworks and managed by Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia.


2. Piazza San Marco – Known in English as St. Mark’s Square, the Piazza San Marco is constructed in the 9th century and later expanded in the 12th century, it is the most important and significant square in Venice, named after the St. Mark's Basilica found at the eastern end. It is a place that provides easy access to various attractions around Venice.


3. St Mark’s Basilica – Officially known as Patriarchal Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mark, St. Mark’s Basilica is a cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice, being the most famous of the city’s churches and representing the pinnacle of Italo-Byzantine architecture. Originally the church for the Doge, it is made the city’s cathedral since 1807 and became the seat of the Patriarch of Venice.

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