Venice, Italy

Before you booking travel to a specific place in the world, a good traveler will take a look at several things like before booking. Things like weather, number of tourists and hotel availability can make a huge impact in the type of experience you have while traveling.

If you’re planning on visiting Venice, Italy then we’ve got you covered. Below is what you can expect during the different seasons.

Venice is the most popular during April, May, June, September and October, which means airfares and accommodations will be at their peak, and lines to visit museums and attractions will be long. But the weather is warm and beautiful during this time. Tourists still pack the city in late summer, but the weather can get oppressively hot and the canals don’t smell too pleasant during this time.

Fall is also a good time to visit with the cooler weather and fewer tourists, but it is also more likely to flood (Venice floods about 60 times a year), which could disrupt your trip. The floods occur during high tides and can bring water into many of the lower level shops and houses. (Venice is currently building a high tide suppressor that’ll combat this)

Photo by @realalixstark during her honeymoon trip in Venice, Italy. She didn’t mind the flood.

Winter time is when you can get good bargains and not encounter as many tourists, but Venice’s location in the north on the Adriatic Sea means that winter can be harsh with teeth chattering winds blowing through the alleyways. But winter is when the Carnival of Venice takes place, usually between last February and early March.

So, there you have it. This information should give you a better idea of when you’d like travel to Venice.

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