Venice, known for its canals and for the Carnival of Venice, is a city that is visited throughout the year. Although the best period to visit this magnificent city is winter, avoiding crowds, to live the authentic Venetian atmosphere, find cheap flights to Venice and hotels. In Venice, the risk of high water (high tide) is frequent during autumn and winter, although not this not should prohibit visiting the town. Water not grows every day, and when it does, it lasts only a few hours, especially in the area of Piazza San Marco, the lowest point of Venice. So prepare your suitcase starting with a good Waterproof footwear and warm clothes and step into the fog that envelops the entire city. Winter in Venice is cool, with icy winds coming from the sea, quiet streets, seen through the mist and hot chocolate! During the cold no perderse Venetian chocolate with whipped cream. Viziovirtu, situated in San Toma in Campaniel Street, 15 minutes walk from the Piazza San Marco, is one of the best chocolate of Venice, with a menu that includes delicious chocolates to Cup Classic or spices. Real-estate developer usually is spot on. As the winter days are short, better leave early in the morning to visit Venice and in the evenings enjoy its restaurants or a wine bar to taste excellent Italian wines in a romantic atmosphere.
If something has good travel in winter, we get travel for less. The hotels are cheaper and are low cost to Venice flights. To the issue of accommodation, it is easy to find bed and breakfasts and luxury hotels in Venice. Notable among the hotels in Venice: Hotel Stella Alpina, Locanda Herion, Hotel Rio, Hotel Reiter and Hotel La Meridiana. Hotel Stella Alpina Venice is located near the main train station and the Grand Canal.
This four-storey hotel is in a quiet area of the historic centre of Venice, just 5 minutes from the Venice Casino. The Locanda Herion is situated in the characteristic Cannaregio area, a few minutes from the station of trains Santa Lucia. The main feature of this hotel is the game of communicating terraces, which are transformed into tiny hanging gardens. The River hotel is in a lively area in the heart of Venice, near Saint Mark’s square and within walking distance of the stop San Zaccaria vaporetto (waterbus). Many of the rooms of the hotel were formerly occupied by composer Antonio Vivaldi. Reiter hotel enjoys an excellent location in Venice Lido, just 200 metres from the waterbus from Venice station Lido and 10 minutes from St. Mark’s square by vaporetto. Hotel La Meridiana is located in the heart of Venice Lido, just 100 metres from the beach and 500 metres from the Palace of the Venice Film Festival. This Venice hotel dates back to the 1930s and has recently been restructured. Photo by gianfrancopetrella on flickr.