The best time to visit Venice is between spring and autumn (from April to October).
However, visiting Venice in July or August is not recommended as it is very hot and humid and also gets quite crowded.
It is an offence to sit on steps and in courtyards near public buildings, including the main churches. Eating and drinking in the vicinity should also be avoided. Shorts, vests or any other immodest clothing should never be worn inside churches.
There are no rules about what to wear in Venice, except in churches where visitors should dress respectfully. Both men and women must cover their shoulders and knees (and everything in between), and women should avoid wearing low-cut tops.
Italian and Venetian
$1 = EUR 0.732, £1 = EUR 1.171
COuNTRY DIALLING CODE
+39 24 HOuR
Ambulance: 118, Fire Services: 115 Police: 113, Coastguard: 1530
GMT + 1 hour with additional daylight saving hour.
310,000 people live in Venice.
- New Year’s Day
- Easter Monday
- Labor Day
- Local Feast Day
- Liberation Day and St. Mark’s Feast Day
- Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
- All Saints’ Day
- Christmas Eve
- Christmas Day
- Boxing Day