Why You Should Visit Venice Marco Polo
With its famous winding canals and brilliant classical architecture, Venice is a city with history waiting around every corner. You can find some of the world’s worst famous sites in Venice such as St. Mark’s Basilica and the Bell Tower of St. Mark - the best place to start your day off is to head down to the Rialto which is close by to many of the city’s finest landmarks. Once you are done exploring Venice’s many architectural treasures, be sure to visit some of its museums – get in as many as you can by visiting St. Mark’s Square which is home to many of the city’s best. Any visit to Venice would not be complete without taking a ride along its waterways - travelers can take a short journey or even enjoy a dinner along the famous canals.
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Arriving In Venice Marco Polo
Venice Marco Polo Airport is situated just under 10 km from the center of Venice and is housed within a single terminal complex. You will be able to find everything you would need to inside the airport whether it’s shops to pick up some essentials or restaurants and cafés to grab a bite to eat. The easiest way to travel into Venice is to catch a local train to Mestre just opposite Venice, although there are also bus services and taxis available.
Those looking to travel from the UAE to Venice Marco Polo will be able to fly out of Dubai. Currently the only airline providing flights on this route is Emirates, the flag carrier of Dubai, with all flights departing from Dubai International Airport.
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Venice Marco Polo Travel Information
In Venice you can expect warm temperatures over the summer with average highs of up to 27 degrees, although temperatures get relatively cold during the winter period. The city can get extremely busy during the peak tourism months in July and August, so you may want to visit either side of this period when things are a little quieter. Given that Italy is in the Schengen Area, UAE nationals are able to enter the country for up to 90 days without needing a visa.
* This information is correct as of October 2017
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