Venice is the Veneto region’s capital, built on several small islands nestled in lagoon in the Adriatic Sea. It is distinctive for having no roads, so you would have to traverse through canals—with the Grand Canal thoroughfare being one of the city’s main attractions. It is lined with Gothic and Renaissance palaces that make Venice truly a sight to behold. The best way to explore the area is to join a customized luxury vacation and private tour. You can build your own custom luxury vacation in Venice, Italy with help from a reputable luxury private guided tour provider that is committed to ensuring a stress-free and worry-free experience for you.
The beautiful environment and romantic appeal of Venice makes it a favorite destination among couples, too. With a custom luxury vacation, you can breeze through the planning and avoid the stress associated with deciding where to go and where to stay. Providers of Italy private tours can do all of those for you while making sure that your preferences are accounted for. There are wine tours within the city, too, and of course, your visit will not be complete without exploring major attractions like Torre dell’Orologio, Ponte di Rialto, San Marco Basilica, and the Grand Canal’s restaurants and markets.
Venice is not the only notable attraction in the Veneto region. From there, you can visit Verona, too, an ancient and historic city that is known as the setting for Shakespeare’s well-known tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. With a customized luxury vacation in Venice, you can include stops at Lake Garda, Trento, and Lombardy and not have to worry about long queues or mingling with other tourists. Your tours are private, with your very own knowledgeable local tour guide who speaks your language.
From Venice, you can take private tours to the islands of Torcello, Burano San Michele, and Murano, too. San Michele is Venice’s cemetery island, and Murano is known for its glassmaking, churches, and the Glass Museum. Burano is a small fishing town with lace makers, and distinct for its colorful and unique houses. In Torcello, you can explore an ancient cathedral and dine at one of the many outdoor restaurants.