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Venice, city of canals


Venice, the capital of the Veneto region, is located in north-eastern Italy and includes both the 118 islands of the Venetian Lagoon and the surrounding territory, the terraferma. The total estimated population is 271,000 inhabitants, of which 90,000 live on the islands (60,000 in the historic centre and the rest on the other smaller islands).

The centre of the city of Venice is located on the islands in the centre of the lagoon, about 4 kilometres from the mainland. In 1933 the Ponte della Libertà was built, joining Mestre with Piazzale Roma. Until then, the only way to get to the city was by boat or train.


Venice has a Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and hot summers. In general, the weather is warm from May to September and quite hot during July and August. Rain is quite frequent in autumn. The average temperatures in winter range between 5º and 15º C and in summer between 25º to 35º C.

  • Venice Marco Polo International Airport




What to see each month
  • ​​In January, the feast of the Epiphany (6 January). Lots of people dress up as witches.
  • In February, the Venice Carnival (lasting 10 days from the first full moon after 21 January).
  • In March, the festival of La Vecia where a witch is burned at the stake and the Su e zo per i ponti where participants fight each other.
  • In April, St Mark’s Day, the Festa di San Marco and the Great Regatta (gondola race on the Grand Canal).
  • In May, the festival of La Sensa and the Vogalonga event.
  • In June, the Venice Biennale exhibition starts.
  • In July, the Festa del Redentore (third Sunday in July).
  • In September, the Venice International Film Festival.
  • In October, the Venice Marathon along the Brenta River (4th Sunday in October).
  • In November, the Festa della Salute.

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