How to find cheap flights to Venice
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Airports with direct flights to Venice
Direct cheap flights to Venice depart from Ben Gurion Airport.
What airlines fly to Venice from Israel?
EL AL flights from Tel Aviv, as well as cheap flights to Venice operated by easyJet, arrive at Marco Polo Airport (VCE). This is the closest airport to Venice, located 14 km to the northwest of the city on the SS14. Several bus lines depart from the airport to the bus station in Venice and the Venice Mestre railway station. There are also water shuttle buses. A one-way ticket from the airport to Venice costs €15, children under 6 travel free. If you need to rent a car, compare prices on Skyscanner Car Rental.
When to go to Venice?
The warmest months are July and August with 28-27 degrees. The summer is also the peak season when hotel rates are high, and the city is overcrowded. When the fall season comes, the rates go down, and most of the tourists leave the city. The temperatures in September are still nice, around 24, but in October (18 degrees) and November (11 degrees) you’ll need some winter clothes. Winters are cold with 6-8 degrees during the day, and 0-1 at night, but this is your best chance to find cheap flights to Venice.
What to see and do in Venice?
Yes, it’s touristy and overpriced, but if it’s your first time in Venice you must take a Gondola tour. Go to St. Mark’s Square, the iconic heart of Venice. Explore the Basilica San Marco, the Doge’s Palace, the bell tower, the clock tower, and the Correr Museum. You can avoid the lines by pre-booking entry to the Basilica and special exhibits and tours.
The archives and documents at the Museo Ebraico di Venezia (Jewish Museum) worth visiting to explore the history of Jewish life in the city. Guided tours will take you to the old Ghetto and historic synagogues.
The most recommended thing to do in Venice is just to get lost. Leave all the tour guides aside and follow your feet. Cannaregio, San Pietro di Castello, the narrow streets in Santa Croce are just a few options for a more authentic experience.
If you have found cheap flights to Venice in February, you cannot miss The Carnival of Venice (Italian: Carnevale di Venezia). It starts 40 days before Easter, on Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday. The festival is world famous for its exaggerated masks.
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This information is correct as of November 2017
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