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Where Should We Stay in Venice?
The historic destination of Venice is a good choice if you've been considering a getaway with your kids. The interesting architecture, art scene, and notable monuments are just a few things that make this an attractive family vacation destination. Fly into Venice (VCE-Marco Polo), which is the closest airport, or Treviso (TSF), which is located 16.5 mi (26.6 km) from the city center. Venice offers 817 child-friendly hotels and other accommodations so you'll have a variety of options when you're deciding where you want to stay.
Families on vacation have good things to say about these accommodations:
San Teodoro Palace Luxury Apartments: Offers free rollaway beds, free WiFi, and in-room kitchenettes. Guests like the overall comfort at this apartment.
Residence Venice - Features in-room kitchens, free parking, and free WiFi. This apartment is popular with guests for its overall comfort.
Camping Village Jolly - Offers a children's pool, a restaurant, and free parking. Guests like the central location at this 3-star campground.
When Should We Visit Venice?
You're likely hoping for good weather for your family trip. You can use these tips to plan when to pack up the kids and head to Venice.
- Hottest months: July, August, June, and September, with an average temperature of 79°F
- Coldest months: January, December, February, and November, with an average temperature of 33°F
- Driest months: January, February, December, and March, with an average rainfall of 2.34 inches
- Rainiest months: November, August, October, and June, with an average rainfall of 3.20 inches
What Should We See and Do in Venice?
While you and your family are visiting Venice, you might want to check out some kid-friendly attractions such as Peggy Guggenheim Museum, Academy Gallery, and Ca' Rezzonico. Make sure you have plenty of time to take in the area's activities like St. Mark's Basilica, Rialto Bridge, and St. Mark's Square.Venice is also well-known for its:
- Historical sites
Getting Around Venice
Venice has transportation options that will make it easy for your family to get around. Head to Mestre Centro B1 for metro transit. If you'd like to explore more of the area, hop aboard a train from Venice Santa Lucia Station, Porto Marghera Station, or Venice-Mestre Station.