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Venice Attractions

Venice, the capital of the Veneto district towards the northeast of Italy, along the coastline of the Po and Piave riverbanks gives justice to the fact that it belongs to the popular Monuments of World Heritage. Its captivating charm extends beyond the gondolas navigating the intricate labyrinth of canals, painting a mesmerizing picture that stays with you forever.

Venice Churches

There are various churches or chien in Italian according to the districts in the city. In particular there are 139 churches (only 88 of them operate today) some of them being landmarks and tourist attractions.

The other 55 churches have been converted into schools, community buildings or are used for storage. Most of the churches are open to the public free of charge apart from a few that charge a small entrance fee for maintenance.

Public Holidays

Most holidays for the Venetians and Italians are quite common with other Christian countries such as Christmas and Easter but there are some other religious or historical bank holidays that are only celebrated in Venice.

All the public holidays in Venice along with dates can be seen in the table below.


Public Holidays

New Year’s

1 January


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Venice Districts

Venice is one of the most popular cities of Italy and its attractions are remarkable. By visiting the city, one will recognise the most well-known attractions that are located in the whole city. It would not be an exaggeration to say that the city itself is a great attraction. The city is built above water and instead of roads it is mainly made up of channels and bridges.

Marine traffic around Venice

You can use the map below to view the ships and vessels around Venice. Click on "Ship" icon to view all the information about that ship.

Venetian Cuisine

Venetian cuisine is characterised for its seafood, but also includes horticultural from the islands of the lagoon, rice from the continental hunting and polenta.

Venice combines local traditions with distant influences from thousands of commercial contacts. Amongst them are sarde in saor (marinated sardines so that they are preserved for long trips), risi e bisi (rice, peas and ham), fegato alla Veneziana (Venetian liver), risotto with cuttlefish and ink, cicchetti (tasty snacks similar to tapas), antipasti (appetizers) and prosecco (a sparkling white wine).

Venice Culture

Facts and Statistics

Location: Italy

Climate: Venice has a humid subtropical climate with cool winters and very warm summers.

Population: 261,321775,927 (January 2018)

Ethnic Make-up: Italian 91,14% , Romanians 3,26%, South Asia 1,26% , East Asia 0,9%(2009)

Religions: Roman Catholic 83,3 % , Irreligious 12,4 % , Muslims 3,7 %, Other religions 0,6 %

Government: Mayor Luigi Brugnaro