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Venice, the eternal floating city

The world’s most romantic city is built on a lagoon and is surrounded by 118 islets. You won’t find roads here, just canals and more than 400 bridges. Travel to a UNESCO World Heritage Centre with cheap ferry tickets to Venice through Let’s Ferry.

Ferry tickets to Venice
Popular attractions

  • Probably the most popular check-in point is at Mark’s Square.
  • Many attractions are to be seen in the area, such as the Saint Mark’s Basilica which was built in 830 A.C. The bell tower is 100 m tall and there is an elevator that will take you to the top.
  • You can also visit the Venice Clock Tower, the Marciana National Library and the National Archaeological Museum.
  • The Bridge of Sighs (Ponte dei Sospiri) was built in 1614 and designed by the famous architect Antonio Contino. This is the bridge that connects the Doge’s Palace to the old venetian prisons.
  • The Doge’s Palace is a gothic building and houses the Great Council and a real piece of art: “Paradise” by Tintoretto, the biggest oil painting on canvas (22 x 7 metres).

The bridge of Sighs in Venice
Best beaches

  • Lido Venezia is an island on the lagoon with many beaches like Alberoni and Blue Moon. There are also plenty of camping sites as well as attractions like the Saint Nicolas Lighthouse.
  • Lido di Jesolo is a vibrant tourist area with resorts and a very instagrammable sandy coast.
  • Sant’ Erasmo is another islet, less noisy but with beautiful beaches to let go and relax.  

Beautiful Venice with Canals
Best
 activities

  • Enjoy a tour at Grand Canal with a gondola or a water bus (vaporetto). The canal is 4 km long and starts from the Santa Lucia railway station, ending at Saint Marc’s Square. Bonus tip: The ride is even better at night.
  • Walk or rent a bike to discover the hidden treasures of the surrounding islets: At the San Giorgio Maggiore Island there is a church of the same name. Get to the top to enjoy a full view of Venice.
  • The worldwide known Carnival of Venice hosts, before the pandemic, thousands of guests every year and ends 40 days before Easter.
  • Taste the Italian gelato and experience original flavours like pistachio.
  • Buy souvenirs from the glass shops on the islet of Murano.

The carnival in Venice
Tip: 
Scientists predict that due to Venice’s geology it is probably going to sink in the future. We still have time so go ahead and book cheap ferry tickets to Venice through letsferry.com. You can reach Venice by car, train, bus, plain or boat. Cars are only allowed in designated areas.

Information about the port of Venice

This port is directly connected to Corfu, Igoumenitsa and Patra. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, ATM, water taxi, waterbus, tram, buses, boat rentals, paid parking areas, WC. There is a railway line just for the port, so that passengers can move around gateways fast and easy. There is also a bus, which is connected to Venice’s airport.