Departure3 January 2024 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Holiday providerBritish Airways Holidays TUI
Rome, Venice & Milan Multi-City Break - Transfers & Return Flights
About VenetoFrom the snow-capped peaks of the Dolomites to the picturesque canals of Venice, the Veneto region of northeastern Italy is a diverse and beautiful destination. Whether you're looking for a city break, a ski trip, a beach getaway or a lakeside retreat, the Veneto region has something for everyone. Most visitors make a beeline for the region's capital, Venice, to explore its cobbled streets, canals and historical sites. Verona, famously the setting for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, is also a must-see, as are the ancient cities of Padova and Vicenza. The countryside is dotted with vineyards, traditional villages and scenic hills, while the mountains offer glamorous ski resorts in the winter and idyllic spots for relaxation in the summer. Lake Garda and the heavenly beaches are perfect for ultimate relaxation, while the cities are always bustling with something going on. Vento is a popular destination all year round, with the beaches offering a chance to unwind in the summer and mountain chalets ideal for snuggling up by a roaring fire in the winter.
Veneto Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
Venice in Winter: The magic of the Lagoon without the crowds
16th November 2023 by Italian Trip Abroad
Venice in winter is beautiful. Well, Venice is truly stunning no matter when you visit, but the winter months bring a special magic. The busy crowds thin out, hotel rates drop, and chilly weather enhances the romantic atmosphere. For first-time visitors seeking to avoid peak season madness or return travellers longing to see another side of Venice, winter is an ideal time to visit....
Where to Find the Best Gelato in Venice – My Top Picks
1st November 2023 by The World in My Pocket
Welcome to The World in My Pocket, where Joanna is here to save you from the disappointment of bad gelato in Venice. With four visits under her belt, Joanna has developed a special love affair with this enchanting city. In this post, she shares her insider knowledge on where to find the best gelato in Venice. Life is too short for subpar frozen treats, so let's dive in and discover the creamy delights that await us in the floating city....
Can You See An Opera In Verona On A Budget?
27th October 2023 by The life of Spicers
Verona, a city steeped in history and boasting magnificent architecture, has always been a sanctuary for opera lovers. Its strong ties to the arts make it a popular destination for thousands of visitors each year. This UNESCO World Heritage Site attracts not only those seeking a connection to Shakespeare's iconic tale of star-crossed lovers but also those yearning to witness the grandeur of live opera. But can you enjoy this cultural experience in Verona without breaking the bank? Find out in...
11 Very Best Things to Do in Lake Garda, Italy
3rd July 2023 by Hand Luggage Only
Lake Garda is a stunning destination in Northern Italy, and well worth a visit. It is conveniently located near airports in Verona, Bergamo and Milan, and there are plenty of activities to enjoy. From exploring the picturesque towns and villages to taking part in water sports, there is something for everyone. Additionally, the area is renowned for its excellent cuisine, with a variety of restaurants offering delicious local dishes....
How to Get to Burano on a Day Trip from Venice
24th May 2023 by Where Angie Wanders
Reaching Burano from Venice is a simple task, thanks to the Venice Vaporetto service. Situated in the middle of the Venetian Lagoon, this picturesque island is a must-see for any visitor to Venice, and makes for a perfect day trip....
How to Spend 2 Days in Venice with Teens
30th May 2023 by Williams World
On the 3rd of July 2022, our family finally made it to Venice after a wait of almost two years and four cancelled flights. We boarded an easyJet plane and were on our way to Marco Polo airport. It was a momentous day in our house, and we were all excited to explore the city....
Hidden Gems in Venice: A Guide to the City's Best-Kept Secrets
26th April 2023 by The World in My Pocket
My love affair with Venice began more than a decade ago, on a cold winter's day. I had recently experienced the sudden loss of my grandmother, which had a devastating impact on me. After a period of intense grief, I sought solace in the embrace of a new place, and Venice provided just that. I was immediately captivated by its beauty and charm, and it has held a special place in my heart ever since....
Weather in Veneto
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Veneto