4 Days in Venice: Ultimate 4-Day Itinerary

Itinerary of 4 days in Venice

Have you decided to go to Venice for 4 days and are looking for the best things to do?

You are in the right place!

In order to help you plan your stay, I have prepared for you the ideal itinerary to visit Venice in 4 days. 

It is perfectly optimized to allow you to discover all the must-see places of interest such as Saint Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace during your visit to Venice.

I end as usual with my selection of the best hotels in Venice according to your budget.

You will see, with all my advice, you will make the most of your stay!

So what to do in Venice in 4 days? 

Our advice to avoid queuing in Venice

It’s no secret: Venice is one of the most touristic cities in the world.

Every day, thousands of visitors flock to the City of the Doges to visit the renowned sites such as the Rialto Bridge, the Doge’s Palace and St. Mark’s Basilica.

You’ll agree that there’s nothing more frustrating than having your 4-day Venice itinerary disrupted because you’ve waited in line for hours!

Fortunately, I offer you 2 options to avoid this inconvenience, save time and money and ensure that you discover all the must-see attractions during your 4-day Venice itinerary.

Here they are:

1. Venice Pass

For those looking to maximize their time and budget during their 4 day stay in Venice, I recommend taking the Venice Pass.

This pass is a real time-saver as it allows you to skip the long lines and get priority entry to major sites.

Another advantage: the Venice Pass is completely digital. No more searching for the withdrawal counter, you will instantly receive your tickets by e-mail.

Remember that when opting for the Venice Pass, it is necessary to pre-book a specific date and time slot for the visits included.

With the Venice Pass you have:

  • Skip-the-line entry to St. Mark’s Basilica (Day 1 of your program)
  • Priority access to the Doge’s Palace (day 1)
  • A gondola ride (day 1)
  • A comprehensive audio guide covering all major attractions
  • 10% discount on activities in Venice when you book on the Tiqets website.

If you are wondering which is the best pass to visit Venice in 4 days, this is the one!

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

In addition to the Venice Pass, for effortless navigation around Venice, I highly recommend the Vaporetto Pass.

Proposed for a duration of 24h, 48h or 72h, this pass offers you:

  • Unlimited use of public transport (vaporetto and ACTV bus) in the city of Venice
  • Unlimited access to vaporetti and buses from Lido, Lagoon Islands, Mestre and Marghera.

With the Vaporetto pass, enjoy as many boat trips as you want in Venice :-D.

2. Venice City Pass

Another option to visit Venice in 4 days and get priority access to certain attractions is to buy the Venice City Pass.

It will save you time and money if you plan to visit museums and churches.

Here is what is included in the Venice City Pass:

  • Priority ticket for the Doge’s Palace.
  • Entrance to 11 museums: Museo Correr, Archaeological Museum, Biblioteca Marciana, Ca’Rezzonico, Ca’Pesaro, Murano Island Glass Museum, Natural History Museum, Mocenigo Palace, Carlo Goldoni House, Lace Museum of the island of Burano, Fortuny Museum.
  • Entrée dans 16 églises*: Santa Maria del Giglio, San Stae, Santo Stefano, Sant’Alvise, Santa Maria Formos, San Pietro di Castello, Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Santissimo Redentore, S.Giovanni Elemosinario, Santa Maria del Rosario, San Polo , San Sebastiano, San Giacomo dall’Orio, San Giobbe, Santa Maria del Carmelo, San Giovanni Battista in Bragora
  • Access to the Querini Stampalia Foundation.

*Note: Entry to St. Mark’s Basilica is not included. Separate tickets are required.

Just like the Venice Pass I mentioned above, this pass is 100% digital, so you will receive it by email.

It also allows you to use public transport for free during your stay in Venice. This includes ACTV network vaporettos and buses .
Tips for your Venice itinerary:

Are you hesitating between the Venice Pass and the Venice City Pass?

For a 4 day Venice itinerary, I would go for the Venice Pass, mainly because it covers the 3 main attractions.

However, if you want to discover the city’s museums and churches, the Venice City Pass is also a good choice. Just remember that additional tickets may be needed for must-see visits such as the Basilica or if you want to take a gondola ride.

Visit Venice in 4 days: the best itinerary

Find out now what you can do on your 4-day Venice itinerary.

For each day, I give you all the details you need to organize your visits, as well as a map indicating the attractions to visit.

I assume that you will spend 4 full days in Venice and that you have purchased the Venice Pass, the Venice City pass or the skip-the-line tickets.  

This way you won’t waste time queuing to buy tickets and you can see as many places as possible during these 4 days.

If you have any questions or need help planning your vacation, feel free to ask me in the comments section at the end of this article.

So what to visit Venice in 4 days?

Day 1: Essentials of the City Center

Visit Venice in 4 days – Day 1

Day 1 visits:

A. St. Mark’s Square
B. St. Mark’s Basilica
C. St. Mark’s Bell Tower
D. Doge’s Palace
E. Optional: Correr Museum
F. Gondola Tour
G. Santa Maria Formosa / Basilica of San Giovanni e Paolo / Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli
H. Rialto Bridge

A. St. Mark’s Square

At the heart of Venice is the famous Piazza San Marco, or Piazza San Marco, in Italian.

This square, one of the most famous in the world, is the ideal starting point for your 4-day Venice itinerary.

Lined with cafes and historic buildings, it has been the social, religious and political center of Venice for centuries.

A tip: visit the square early in the morning to avoid the crowds and enjoy the place in a more leisurely way.

You have two ways to reach Piazza San Marco:

  • On foot, if your hotel is nearby
  • By taking the Vaporetto which runs along the Grand Canal. Its access is free and unlimited if you have taken the Vaporetto Pass or the Venice City Pass.
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Piazza San Marco in Venice

B. St. Mark’s Basilica

The majestic Saint Mark’s Basilica is located in Saint Mark’s Square.

This masterpiece of Byzantine architecture is famous for its golden mosaics depicting scenes from the New Testament and covering an area of ​​around 8,000 square meters.

What to see inside Saint Mark’s Basilica?

  • The Pala d’Oro: This high altar altarpiece is one of the finest and most accomplished works of Byzantine craftsmanship. It is adorned with thousands of precious stones and gems.
  • The Treasury : It houses a collection of religious relics, many of which were brought back from the Fourth Crusade.
  • The quadrigae of Saint Mark : These are the four bronze horses that once adorned the facade of the basilica. They were transported from Constantinople in the 13th century and are now displayed indoors to protect them from environmental damage. Replicas replace them on the outside.
  • The Icon of the Madonna Nicopeia : An ancient Byzantine icon of the Virgin Mary.
  • The body of Saint Mark: According to legend, the remains of Saint Mark were smuggled from Egypt in a barrel of pork fat. The basilica was built primarily to house his relics, which would rest under the high altar.
  • The marble floor : The undulating floor is a work of art in itself, made of marble and intricate mosaics, reflecting Venetian, Western and Eastern influences.
  • Chapel of the Doges : Place of coronation of the doges, it is of great importance in the administrative and political history of Venice.
  • Baptistery : Famous for its baptismal font, supported by the statues of the four evangelists, and for the magnificent ceiling mosaics representing the baptism of Christ.
  • Museo Marciano : Here you can get a closer look at the Quadriga and access the basilica’s exterior balcony, which offers views of St. Mark’s Square and the rest of Venice.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

People who did not buy their ticket for the basilica in advance can sometimes wait more than 2 or 3 hours.

Don’t make the same mistake and book your skip-the-line tickets in advance!

You have 3 possibilities:

St. Mark's Basilica, Venice itinerary
St. Mark’s Basilica

C. The Campanile of San Marco

Located a few meters from the basilica, it is time to visit the Campanile Saint-Marc.

Impressively tall, it is the tallest structure in the city.

An elevator will take you to the top, from where you will have a panoramic view of Venice and the surrounding islands.

You should book your Campanile tickets well in advance, as there are only 30 seats per time slot.

This reservation is not included in the Pass. You have to therefore buy your tickets online.

Panorama of Venice
Panorama of Venice

D. Doge’s Palace

Once back on land, head to the imposing Doge’s Palace, a testament to Venice’s rich history of commerce and power.

Former residence of the doge, the head of the Venetian Republic, the place, of Gothic architecture, allows you to dive into the political and social mechanisms of ancient Venice.

There is an interesting exhibition on the history of Venice and the rooms are very well decorated with many paintings on the walls and ceilings.

One of the highlights of the visit is crossing the famous Bridge of Sighs, which connects the palace to the historic prisons.

How to visit the Doge’s Palace without queuing?

The Venice City Pass and the Venice Pass  both include a priority entry ticket to the Doge’s Palace.

If you don’t want to buy a pass, you have several options for visiting the palace:

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

The name “Bridge of Sighs” has both a poetic and melancholic origin.

According to popular belief, the bridge owes its name to the sighs of the prisoners who, when led from the Doge’s Palace (where they were judged) to the prison (where they served their sentence or awaited their execution), took a last look to the outside world through the windows of the bridge.

This view was probably their last glimpse of the beautiful city of Venice, hence the “sighs” of despair they emitted.

Doge's Palace – 4 days in Venice
Doge’s Palace – Visit Venice in 4 days

E. Optional: Correr Museum

If you have a fondness for history, then you might consider visiting the Correr Museum.

Located across St. Mark’s Square, it offers in-depth insight into Venetian art, culture, and history.

From one room to another, you will discover the daily life of the Venetians of the time, the naval exploits of the city and its artistic heritage.

My favorite part is the neoclassical rooms, where works by the famous sculptor Antonio Canova are exhibited .

If you purchased the Doge’s Palace ticket, it includes entry to the Correr Museum.

Correr Venice Museum, Venice itinerary
Correr Venice Museum

F. Gondola ride

No visit to Venice in 4 days would be complete without a gondola ride.

These iconic boats, helmed by experienced gondoliers, offer a unique vantage point over the city. Gliding gently on the canals , you will discover places often inaccessible on foot.

And you know what? If you took the Venice Pass, a gondola ride is already included!

For those who don’t have a pass, I advise you to book your Venice canal tour in advance online. That way, you’ll pay a fixed price and won’t get ripped off.

Click here to book your gondola ride during your 4-day Venice itinerary.

And for an even more romantic version, I recommend booking a sunset gondola rideClick here!

Gondola ride on the Grand Canal, Venice itinerary
Gondola ride on the Grand Canal

G. Santa Maria Formosa / Basilique San Giovanni e Paolo / Église Santa Maria dei Miracoli

The next step of this first day will take you to discover 3 religious sites, each exceptional in itself.

Santa Maria Formosa Church (free entry with the Venice City Pass ) is characterized by its distinct shape and baroque façade. Legends suggest that its design originated from a vision of the Virgin Mary.

The Basilica of San Giovanni e Paolo (often known as San Zanipolo ) is a gigantic Gothic structure. It’s not just its size that’s impressive: this basilica is the final resting place of 25 doges!

The entrance price is around €3.50 (not included in the pass).

Finally, the Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli features Renaissance architecture with its marble facade. Also included in the Venice City Pass.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

Between Santa Maria Formosa and San Zanipolo, you will pass Libreria Acqua Alta, a unique place to see in 4 days in Venice.

The Libreria Acqua Alta in Venice is an iconic bookstore, known for its unconventional storage methods.

Due to frequent flooding in Venice, books are kept in bathtubs, waterproof bins and even a full-size gondola to protect them from water damage.

The shop’s whimsical interior, coupled with its vast collection of new and used books, makes it a favorite spot for tourists.

The bookstore also has a staircase made of old books, which offers a charming view of a canal when climbing it.

Basilica of San Giovanni and Paolo Venise
Basilica of San Giovanni and Paolo Venise

H. Rialto Bridge

To end your first day, head to the iconic Rialto Bridge.

This bridge, the oldest to span the Grand Canal, offers stunning views of Venice, especially at sunset.

The bridge itself is very busy, with shops lining its span and visitors stopping to take in the view.

Standing at the top of this historic location, you are at the heart of Venetian commerce and daily life.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

In the evening, the Rialto district becomes a mecca for local gastronomy. I recommend you try the authentic Venetian cicchetti (finger foods) in the nearby bars.

Day 2: Ca d’Oro/Rialto Market/Basilica

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4 day Venice itinerary

The visits of day 2:

A. Ca d’Oro
B. Rialto Market
C. Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari
D. Scuola Grande di San Roco
E. Ca’Rezzonico
F. Ponte dell Accademia
G. Optional: the Academy gallery or the collection Peggy Guggenheim
H. Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute
I. Concert or opera in Venice

A. Ca d’Oro

To start the second day of your 4-day Venice itinerary, head to Ca d’Oro.

The place is easily accessible by Vaporetto. Just take it to the “Ca d’Oro” stop.

This “Golden House”, although no longer golden in color, is a perfect example of Venetian Gothic architecture. Overlooking the Grand Canal, its sculpted marble facade is definitely worth a look!

Inside, the collection of works of art made by Venetian masters is a real feast for the eyes.

You will also love the view from the balcony and its  incomparable panorama over the canal.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

Entrance to Ca d’Oro is not included in any city pass to visit Venice, you can buy your tickets here.

Ca' d'Oro Venice – 4-Day Venice Itinerary
Ca’ d’Oro Venice – 4-Day Venice Itinerary

B. The Rialto Market

Now it’s time to move on to the bustling streets of the Rialto Market.

A true testament to the commercial culture of Venice, this market is an explosion of colors, sounds and aromas.

Whether you want to buy fresh produce or simply soak up the local vibe, this is the place to be. As you stroll through the aisles filled with fresh fish, fruit and aromatic herbs, you can really feel the pulse of the city.

The market is very lively early in the morning and is open from Tuesday to Saturday.

There are two ways to get to the market from Ca d’Oro:

  • Take the Vaporetto to cross the Grand Canal and get off at the “Rialto Mercato” stop.
  • Take a traghetto, a special gondola used by locals that can accommodate around ten people. To access the market, you must take the Santa Sofia traghetto, located a few meters from Ca d’Oro.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

To taste all the products of the market, nothing better than to book a guided tour including several tastings.

Rialto Market in Venice
Rialto Market in Venice

C. Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari

After the hustle and bustle of the market, the Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari   will offer you a moment of serenity.

Located in the San Polo district, a 10-minute walk from the market, its brick facade may seem ordinary at first sight. But don’t trust it.

Once inside this 13th-century Gothic church, you can admire masterpieces by Titian, including the Assumption of the Virgin, that adorn its walls. The grandeur of the church combined with its richly decorated interior is truly impressive.

Admission is charged (€5 + €2 extra if you want an audio guide).

Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice itinerary
Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari

D. Great School of San Roco

A short walk from the basilica is the Scuola Grande di San Roco, another artistic gem of Venice.

If you’re wondering what’s so special about a school, you’re going to be surprised. It is not a traditional educational institution, but a brotherhood, whose walls house an extensive collection of paintings by Tintoretto.

To better see the ceiling paintings without straining your neck, mirrors are even available!

Tickets for the Scuola Grande can only be purchased directly on site. The entrance price is 10 euros.

Great School of San Rocco
Great School of San Rocco

E. Ca’Rezzonico

The next stop on your 4-day Venice itinerary is the Ca’Rezzonico, a palatial wonder that represents the Baroque style in all its glory.

Today it houses a museum dedicated to 18th century Venice. Each room you pass through will allow you to discover the rich history of the city and the opulent lives of its former inhabitants.

The Grand Ballroom is particularly noteworthy and bears witness to the lavish parties that once took place here!

You can also admire the works of Pietro Longhi. His paintings capture daily life in 18th century Venice with near-photographic precision.

Don’t forget to go to the top floor to enjoy a panoramic view of the Grand Canal.

Entrance to Ca’Rezzonico is included in the Venice City Pass (the palace is closed on Tuesdays).

Ca' Rezzonico Venice
Ca’ Rezzonico Venice

F. Academy Bridge

Another bridge not to be missed in 4 days in Venice: the iconic Ponte dell’Accademia.

This wooden bridge, one of four city bridges that span the Grand Canal, offers some of the most picturesque views in Venice.

The panorama with the dome of Santa Maria della Salute in the background is particularly worth a look.

To get there from Ca’Rezzonico, take the Vaporetto to the “Academia” stop.

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G. Optional: Accademia Gallery or Peggy Guggenheim Collection

Art lovers now face a dilemma.

Immerse yourself in the rich history of Venetian art at the Accademia gallery or explore the modern masterpieces of the Peggy Guggenheim collection?

Both are a stone’s throw from the Ponte dell’Accademia, making them convenient options.

If you prefer classic works by artists such as Bellini and Canaletto, the Accademia is your choice. Book here!

On the other hand, if you prefer modern art, the former home of Peggy Guggenheim is a treasure trove that houses works by Picasso, Dali and Kandinsky.

To purchase your ticket for the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.

The museum also offers private guided tours with a specialist art guide which must be booked by clicking here.

Collection Peggy Guggenheim Venice
Collection Peggy Guggenheim Venice

H. Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute

Then take the Vaporetto again to stop at “Salute”, near the majestic Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute.

This imposing structure, with its large cupola and fine façade, testifies to Venice’s gratitude for being spared the plague.

The interiors are equally impressive, with an extensive collection of paintings and a marble high altar which is a marvel of craftsmanship.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

Entrance to the basilica is free, but a small donation is appreciated.

You can also follow a guided tour of the sacristy, the dome and the balustrade, but you must book in advance on the official website. These visits are chargeable.

The opening hours of the basilica vary greatly from day to day, so check here before you go.

Saint Mary of Health
Saint Mary of Health

I. Concert or Opera in Venice

When the sun goes down and the Venetian sky takes on a soft pink and gold hue, what better than a concert to end the day?

Whether you are a fan of opera or classical music, you will have a good evening.

The city is dotted with theaters and churches  which regularly host concerts and opera performances.

One of the most famous is the Teatro La Fenice. You can check the program on the official website, but the prices are quite high.

Other halls offer quality concerts for less :

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

If you don’t necessarily want to pay to see an opera at the Teatro La Fenice, you can still visit the opera and discover its superb interior for only €12 per person.

Tickets are on sale here.

Guided tours are also available. To learn more, click here!

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The Fenice Theater

Day 3: Murano, Burano and Torcello

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4 days in Venice – Itinerary day 3

Day 3 visits:

A. Murano
B. Burano
C. Torcello

A. Murano

Continue your four-day itinerary in Venice. Today you will explore three islands around the city.

The first stop of the day is the island of Murano.

To get there, just take the Vaporetto to the “Fondamente Nove” stop. It’s free with the Vaporetto Pass.

Murano is known worldwide for its glassware.

I definitely recommend visiting one of the many workshops where you can watch craftsmen breathe life into molten glass, sculpting it into intricate designs.

If you want to visit a glass factory and watch a glassblowing demonstration, book here.

In Murano, you can also participate in a glassblowing workshop. You will carry out some gestures yourself, under the supervision of the master glassmaker.

While you are in Murano, I also recommend visiting the Glass Museum (Museo del Vetro in Italian) and the Basilica dei Santi Maria e Donato with its beautiful mosaic floors.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

If you’re looking for a hassle-free option, you can visit Murano, Burano, and Torcello from Venice on an organized day trip.

The 6-hour guided tour includes all three islands and begins in St. Mark’s Square.

And if you prefer a shorter circuit (4h), you can opt for the one that only goes to Murano and Burano. Just click here to book it.

B. Burano

Next, set sail for Burano, arguably one of the most Instagrammable places on the planet.

As you approach the island, you will see the brightly colored houses reflected in the water.

Beyond its photogenic charm, Burano has a soul, defined by its fishing community and the ancient art of lacework.

It’s very impressive to see local craftsmen intricately crafting intricate designs at the Lace Museum (entrance included in the Venice City Pass).

You can also take a one-hour guided tour with a local to visit a lace workshop and learn more about Burano.

But what I really liked in Burano was walking through its alleys. There are no two houses painted the same color next to each other.

Grab an ice cream, sit by the canal and just enjoy the moment!

Burano, 4 days in Venice

C. Torcello

Your last stop is Torcello.

Once prosperous even before Venice became “Venice”, Torcello is today a quiet place rich in history.

The main place of interest on the island is the Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta. Founded in 639, it is one of the oldest churches in the lagoon and it houses impressive Byzantine mosaics.

One cannot help but feel a deep sense of peace in Torcello. Rustic homes and lush greenery make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.

Take the Vaporetto back and spend another night in Venice.

Day 4: What to do around Venice?

For the fourth and last day of your 4-day Venice itinerary, start by visiting the island of San Giorgio Maggiore.

For the rest of the day, you have two options:

  • Complete the Venice Tour
  • Discover the island of Lido

I’ll give you all the details below.

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Visit Venice in 4 days – day 4 itinerary

Day 4 – Visits:

A. Island of San Giorgio Maggiore
B. Option 1 – Other tours in Venice
C. Option 2 – Lido Island

A. Island of San Giorgio Maggiore

The day begins with a visit to the island of San Giorgio Maggiore.

It is dominated by the imposing San Giorgio church.  Inside, you can admire remarkable works of art, including “The Last Supper” by Tintoretto.

I also recommend that you go up to the campanile. The panorama that is offered to you from the summit? All simply magnificent!

You will have a bird’s eye view of the Grand Canal, the Doge’s Palace and the whole of Venice.

You can also visit the Cini Foundation, a prestigious cultural institution.

Dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Italian culture, the foundation has an extensive library and hosts art exhibitions.

You can reserve your tickets for the Cini Foundation by clicking here.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

You can also choose to explore San Giorgio Maggiore on a guided tour.

The one I recommend offers a small group experience, limited to 9 participants, including the boat trip, a visit to the church and an entrance ticket to the bell tower of San Giorgio Maggiore.

San Giorgio Maggiore island of Venice
San Giorgio Maggiore island of Venice

B. Stroll through Venice (option 1)

If you opt for the first choice for the rest of the day, you can return to Venice and finish exploring the city.

Start by taking a walk to discover the many small churches. Venice has more than 100 churches, all synonymous with art and history. Take a random walk around Venice and check it out!

You can also visit the Natural History Museum. Housed in a 13th-century palazzo, it houses fossils, gems and exhibits on the ecosystem of the Venetian Lagoon.

Equally interesting, the Naval History Museum showcases Venice’s past maritime prowess.

And since no visit to Venice is complete without a bit of shopping, that’s also on your afternoon’s agenda.

From the high-end shops that line St. Mark’s Square to the charming shops tucked away in the narrow lanes, there’s something for every pocketbook and every taste.

You can even find traditional carnival masks made by local artisans!

Museum of Natural History Venice
Museum of Natural History Venice

C. Lido Island (option 2)

If you want to spend a more relaxed day, the sandy shores of Lido Island await you.

This 11 km long island is famous for its beaches, which makes it the perfect place to rest.

Take a bike ride, explore the Art Nouveau villas or relax on the beach with a book in hand.

If you have decided to go to Venice for 4 days during the Venice Film Festival, the island turns into a haunt of stars.

Venice Lido
Venice Lido

Accommodation in Venice

Now that you know how to visit Venice in 4 days, the last thing to do is find accommodation!

To help you out, here are my favorite hotels in town, each in a different price category.

As always, if you already know your travel dates, book your hotel now! In Venice, the best hotels fill up very quickly.

If you don’t want to end up with a very expensive mediocre room, book your hotel now by clicking on the orange links below:

  • Generator Venice: Located on Giudecca. Beds in dormitories from 40€. Pros: very clean, comfortable bed, view. A great choice for cheap accommodation in Venice!
  • Il Lato Azzurro: Located on the picturesque island of Sant’Erasmo, a short boat ride from the bustling streets of Venice. Double rooms, from €85 per night, with breakfast included. What I liked: the peaceful location of the island, the garden, the bright rooms.
  • Casa Sulla Laguna: Located on Murano, a few minutes by boat from Venice. Double room with lagoon view, from €120. Strong points: the friendliness of the owners, the peace and quiet, the quick and easy access to Venice. This is my recommendation for its price / performance ratio!
  • Tourist House San Lio: Located in the district of Castelleo. Modern double room from €150. Highlights: Perfect location, very helpful host, near the Rialto Bridge.
  • Hotel Villa Rosa: Located in the Cannaregio district. Elegantly decorated double room from €190, breakfast included. Pros: excellent location, comfortable room, very friendly staff.
  • Hotel Moresco: Located a few steps from the Grand Canal. This 4* hotel offers spacious and sumptuously decorated double rooms, from €330 per night, breakfast included. What I liked: the quiet garden, the enchanting Venetian decor, the hotel’s short distance from the main tourist sites. This is the best hotel for a luxury stay in Venice!

If you are looking for a luxury hotel to stay in Venice, here is my selection:

  • Radisson Collection Hotel: Located on Cannaregio. Comfortable and well-decorated double room from €520, breakfast included. Pros: the spa, the beautiful interior design, the impeccable service.
  • Ca’di Dio – Small luxury hotel: Located 800 meters from the Doge’s Palace. Elegantly decorated double room from €640, breakfast included. Highlights: Stunning view, friendly and attentive staff, delicious breakfast.
  • Baglioni Hotel Luna – The largest hotels in the world: 50 meters from Piazza San Marco. Magnificent and very spacious double room from €690, breakfast €35. Most: exceptional staff, very central location, extraordinary breakfast.
  • The St Regis Venice: Located on the banks of the Grand Canal in Venice. Beautiful and elegantly decorated rooms from €1,500 per night, breakfast €50. Highlights: Exceptional services, stunning views, beautiful design.

Tips for your Venice itinerary:

If these hotels are no longer available or not suitable for you, you will find a wider selection of accommodation in my dedicated article: Best accommodation in Venice?

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Radisson Collection Hotel Venice

Map of your 4-day Venice itinerary

To help you visualize your  itineraries during these 4 days in Venice,  I made you a map listing the  places to visit day by day.

You can display the map legend by clicking on the top left button with a small arrow. You will then be able to view the routes for each day.

Now you know how to visit Venice in 4 days!

Need help planning your 4-day Venice itinerary? Do not hesitate to ask me your questions in the comments.

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Camille L.

Passionate about foreign languages, cooking and writing. I wish to share with you the places, the meetings and the gastronomic discoveries which gave relief to my travels.

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