Venice Italy

The ancient city of Venice built on more than 100 small islands does not have roads but a network of canals and waterways. Discover the true treasures of Venice with a gondola ride through the canals and down the famous Grand Canal, admire the breath-taking architecture, especially the Doge's Palace, a symbol of Venice and the central landscape for the Venice Carnival held every February.

Explore the city on foot by wandering the narrow streets, cross the beautiful arched Rialto Bridge and make your way to the beautiful St Mark's Basilica sitting in the Piazza San Marco Square. Browse the shops selling many souvenirs, including the famous Venetian masks, savour the culinary delights in the waterside restaurants, and admire the Renaissance period art collections at the Galleria dell' Accademia.