A canal in the famous Venice City near Falkensteiner Hotels


Venice and its lagoons have been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1987. The pulsating heart of the city is the Piazza San Marco with its wonderful basilica. It is the third most-visited city in Italy after Rome and Florence.

Who is it aimed at?
Friends, couples, families, groups

By car (to Punta Sabbioni pier, then by boat to Venice) or by bus (from ATVO central bus station in Via Equilio, via the Jesolo-Aeroporto Marco Polo-Venezia/Piazzale Roma bus route on the country road – approx. 1h10min)

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