Visit Venice in 3 days

What to do in Venice in 3 days

Visiting Venice will allow you to discover this extraordinary city, with a unique charm. Travelling only by water taxi through it's canals, you’ll discover the romantic scenery that surrounds you on this trip. Roomlala has planned a tailor-made trip schedule for you to visit Venice in 3 days, and gives you some tips on how to find the perfect rental.

Day One:

To get a feel of the 'floating city' from the very start of your trip, begin your weekend of sightseeing in Venice by visiting the must-see St Mark's Basilica- photos are banned and you must be in the appropriate outfit for this historic masterpiece. You can then walk around the San Marco area, which is home to its renowned square and authentic cafés, as well as the Teatro La Fenice, which is where some of the beautiful music of the Italian Renaissance was first perfomed. Your journey will continue to the Galleria dell'Accademia and the beautiful Dorsoduro area, and your first evening will be in the San Polo area, where there is a wide range of restaurants to look after you.

Day Two:

When visiting Venice in 3 days there is no time to waste as there is just so much to see! You will head to the Museo Correr and the Palazzo Ducale on the morning on your second day. Your itinerary of tourism in Venice will then take you to the Castello area and the Porta dell'Arsenale, where you can see the famous lions. You will continue your cultural exploration at the Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni, where you will come across the magnificent paintings of Carpaccio.

Day Three:

For the third and last day of your journey in the Venetian city, you will round up the best aspects of tourism in Venice. First go to the island of Burano, departing from the Fondamenta Nove pier, you can take a round trip then to the island of Torcello and also its famous basilica can be seen if you have enough time. Going back to Venice, you can visit the Galleria Franchetti and then return to the San Polo area on the traghetto, which is a large gondola to cross the Grand Canal. Your evening will end in the Rialto district, where there is a huge selection of restaurants renowned for their fine gastronomy.

Find a room to rent in Venice:

Successfully visiting Venice in 3 days means having a rental in the heart of the city, or just nearby. On Roomlala you will find places to stay living with the homeowner, but also properties to rent out just for yourselves or a bed and breakfast. You can also opt for a seasonal rental in Venice.

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