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Traditionally known as La Serenissima, picture peaceful gondola rides on lazy canals, enchanting strolls through renaissance streets, and sunset dinners with Aperol Spritz.

If you're lucky enough to be in town there's a good chance you'll be spending some time at St Mark's Square. An icon of the city, the square is surrounded by some of the most famous buildings - including St Mark's Basilica and Doge's Palace - and home to several of the best cafes and restaurants. It also leads directly to the nearby Grand Canal.

Venice is also home to beautiful beaches, top museums, amazing wine bars, and incredible food - as you would expect in Italy - along with the world-renowned carnival. The event, famous for its extravagant costumers and elaborate masks, is regarded among the very best carnivals on the planet - attracting visitors from all across the globe during the month of February.

Without question one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice is a floating, Italian dream no matter when you're visiting.

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