Weekend of November 1st in Venice

All Saints Day in Venice

From 01 November 2013 to 03 November 2013


In the ranking of the first of November holiday All Saints Day, Venice always has been confirmed as one of the most popular destinations for Venice weekend breaks 2013. If you are one of the lucky ones who has chosen this lovely city, venetoinside.com wants to help you to better plan your holiday with this small guide for a weekend in Venice.

Three whole days - Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd to explore the long weekend in Venice - All Saints Day in Venice, Italy. The long weekend break in Venice is a great opportunity to immerse yourself in the charm of the lagoon in autumn, between the warm colours of the vegetation as it prepares for winter and the light mist that blurs the outlines, giving everything a unique fairy tale atmosphere.

If you are planning how to organize your weekend in Venice 2013 and what to do then the following tips and ideas for an original journey will help you!

A weekend break in Venice 2013 is a dream for many people: flight (or other means of transport) and hotel take priority when planning a short vacation. The next step for your weekend break in Venice, Italy is how to reach the historic centre: if, on All Saints Day 2013 you arrive in Venice by plane, you can book a shuttle from Marco Polo Venice airport which takes you to the heart of the historic centre for just 32 per person (a minimum of 2 people)! This shuttle service by boat allows you to relax and enjoy the enchanting scenery of the lagoon. And if you fall in love with transfer by water then there are ample opportunities to use them throughout your long weekend Venice break stay. On Veneto Inside it is also possible to book ACTV Vaporetto tickets to travel around Venice by public transport freely. You can choose the card that best suits your needs conveniently online and avoid the queues at the ticket office in Venice.

Once you booked the basics, you just need to decide how to enjoy your Venice holiday in November. The thousands of November 1st events in Venice will ensure an unforgettable trip that you can build step by step by choosing from our many proposals.

Here are some ideas for your Venice long weekend break, what to see, do and book in advance!

St Marks Basilica and its Treasures. Our brand new tour of St Marks Basilica in Venice combines two exclusive visits - the Baptistery and the Zen Chapel, not accessible with the standard guided tours inside the basilica and the classics of the basilica: the mosaics, the Treasury and the Pala d'Oro.

Private tour by gondola. You can easily book online and share this magical experience with who you choose. The gondola takes you to the discovery of a novel and fascinating Venice, including small channels and views that can only be admired from the water. The prices when you book a gondola ride are already established, and once the reservation is made, you can head to the point of embarkation indicated as preferred time, between 1pm and 5.45pm.

Your Own Venice. A personal tour guide in Venice will take you to discover the Venice Republic with an itinerary tailor-made for you. You can agree with the guide the places to visit, time, duration, and the meeting point in Venice!

The island of Torcello. Nature, mystery and spirituality are intertwined in this small island in the lagoon which proudly holds the remains of its glorious past. The visits to the Torcello Basilica Venice, the beautiful church of Santa Maria Assunta and the Provincial Museum will reveal some of the secrets of the long and fascinating history of the island.

Hard Rock Cafe Venice. And if after all these experiences you feel hungry, the Hard Rock Cafe in Venice menu could be the perfect choice! Veneto Inside offers you the possibility to choose between four tasty menus and book a privileged access thus avoiding the long queues for lunch or dinner.

Still unsure about where to go for All Saints Day 2013? Visit us on venetoinside.com and discover all our offers. For the holidays of November first, events and ideas not to be missed!

By Insidecom Editorial Staff