Why to visit Venice?


Where can you imagine that you can meet a dual nature, rays of sunshine swimming above the bridges, surrounded by narrow streets and a love story? This is Venice !

To reach Venice it’s possible to choose a flight to Venice Marco Polo Airport or to take a flight to Verona Airport, and then to take a train to Venice. Both choices are pretty fair, considering the second option as being ‘’two in one’’ visiting two places even in the same day.

Public transport

From Venice Marco Polo Airport: – you can reach by bus Venice – Piazzale Roma square – line 5 by A.C.T.V. or you can use the ‘’express service’’ by A.T.V.O.

By train: The airport is connected to the nearby railway stations of Venice-Santa Lucia and Mestre -Venice.

When you come out of the Santa Lucia train station you’ll be marvelled by the Grand Canal.

From the Venice-Santa Lucia railway station you have to reach the Piazzale Roma square – 10 minutes on foot crossing the “Ponte Della Costituzione” bridge. Here you find the bus line to the Marco Polo airport.

  • Urban Bus – ACTV line 15

What to visit

The Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica, in three words: Piazza San Marco.

Rialto – is the highest Venetian bridge.

Correr Museum and the Romanian Institute of culture and Humanities Research founded by historian Nicolae Iorga.

Frarri Basilica and the Basilica of San Giovanni e Paolo – here you can find unique paintings and sculptures.

Venice’s islands: Murano and Burano. The first one is famous for glass making and the second one for lace and colourful houses.

The Bridge of Sighs – According to legend assures eternal love.


In Venice you could find: leather goods, clothing, accessories, jewellery, glass, linens and lace, paper products, wine and everything you could wish for. Prices are a little bit higher.


In Venice, you can choose from the most modest hotel up to the most luxurious, acceptable prices and good services.

Food specialities

’’Carpaccio’’, is prepared in Venice of veal meat, plus ruccola, fresh leaves and grated parmesan.

’’Pasta con il nero di seppia’’ – Pasta combined with a rich sauce of tomatoes and squid, strongly colored in black squid ink.


 – Mondonovo – famous for its wide variety of masks and costumes, suitable for the famous Carnival of Venice

– Nardi – where you will find jewellery and ornaments, adorned with precious stones

– Rialto Market – which is an authentic bazaar, where there are national products, made ​​by local producers, from sausage to homemade pasta

– San Dona di Piave Mall




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