Ever dreamed of Venice? We have found you a cheap flight deal to Venice from East Midlands airport in February, We also have a few other cheap flight deals from London, Manchester and East Midlands airport further down the page allowing you to be more flexible, but save money!
Cheap return flights to Venice from East Midlands from only £46!
Flights from East Midlands airport on the 2nd of February
2 hour and 10 minute flight to Venice airport
Return flight on the 5th February from Venice airport
2 hours and 15 minute flight to East Midlands airport
Flights include 10kg hand luggage allowance per person
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All flights operated by Ryanair
Includes 10kg hand luggage allowance(Option to purchase extra luggage allowance available)
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Five things to do in Venice, Italy
5- Bridge of Sighs
In a city with a lot of bridges, this bridge is one of the most famous in Venice, But how did this particular bridge get its name. Well, it has two very different theories behind the name.
The first theory is based on when the Bridge of Sighs use to be the pathway prisoners took when heading for their execution. So when the prisoners would walk over the bridge, they would sigh because it was often the last time they saw daylight.
The second theory is a lot nicer than the first one. A couple of kisses as you pass under the bridge during a gondola ride at sunset will bring sigh's from lovers as they are overwhelmed by the romance of the whole scene.
4- Rialto Bridge
Rialto bridge is the oldest of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canel. Rialto bridge is a must see by foot or by water. Its iconic in Venice so expect it to be crowded; we suggest getting up extremely early to get your holiday snaps of this unique piece of architectural brilliance. As you pass over Rialto, try to stop at the top and take a minute to admire the view of the Grand Canel.
3- Piazza San Marco
Piazza San Marco (Saint Marks Square) is the focal point of Venice and is where you will find two of the main "must do's." in Venice.
Firstly Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace) is extremely popular and can often have extremely long queues to purchase tickets so to save yourself a lot of time; please make sure you pre-book your ticket. Inside are many works of art and yet more architectural masterpieces. Connected to the palace is the Bridge of Sighs which leads to the Grim cells of the palace's prison. Only people on organised tours can visit this part of the palace, so we have found a link for you to use. www.vivaticket.it
With its gold ground Mosiacs and marble floor, Saint Marks Basilica is an excellent example of Italo-Byzantine architecture. This place needs to be seen to be believed from the inside purely for its stunning mosaics and its beautiful collection of metal, enamel and hardstone carvings. Like Doge's Palace Saint Mark's Basilica can have huge queues for tickets so pre-book your tickets before you arrive. tickets can be purchased using this link www.venetoinside.com
2- San Marco Campanile
For the best view in Venice, there can only be one place; the San Marco Campanile is Venices tallest building. Standing out almost 99 meters high, it offers the best views in town. Visible from the tower is all of Venice, the town of Lido and (on a clear day) the Dolomites mountain range. Again make sure you pre-book your tickets before you arrive to avoid the queues. Here is another link. www.venetoinside.com
1- Take a ride on a Gondola
When you think of Venice, you think of a Gondola ride through the beautiful streets of Venice. This activity is a must do; it's like going to Paris and not seeing the Effiel Tower. Sadly the price reflects its popularity at 60 euros for a 30-minute ride. The Planetdreaming top tip is to share with other people, because of its 60 euros per boat, not per person. Each Gondola can take up to 6 people which means sharing makes it a reasonably priced boat ride.