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The floating city of Venice looks like a postcard with its criss-crossing canals, magnificent castles, ancient museums, cathedrals, art galleries, churches, and public squares. These places are some of the most popular and best attractions to visit in Venice. The city is a fascinating destination that attracts millions of tourists throughout the year. With the Grand Canal running through the city and picturesque monuments, Venice is a place to stroll around at sunset.

India to Venice flight information

  • Distance between India and Venice: The aerial distance between India and Venice is 6,713 km
  • India to Venice flights: There are many international flights that operate from India to Venice on a regular basis
  • India to Venice flight timings: India to Venice flights are available at regular intervals. The timings are available on the IndiGo website and mobile app
  • India to Venice flight ticket price: India to Venice flight tickets range from INR 40,000 to INR 90,000. The price may differ based on when you book your flight.
  • Multiple flights to Venice from India: Delhi to Venice, Mumbai to Venice, Kolkata to Venice and others.

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Hello, Venice!

This beautiful floating city is adorned with architecture that tells the story of a powerful empire and a thriving art scene from a bygone era. Venice, the Veneto region's capital, has a unique charm. Made up of about 100 small islands in the Adriatic lagoon, the best way to traverse them is by waterway. The sheer uniqueness of Venice lends it a romantic flair and its beauty perfectly complements the astonishing history the city has witnessed.

Venice travel guide

  • Piazza San Marco: In a small part of the square, overlooking the Grand Canal, you can find the largest square in Venice, Piazza San Marc. The square's biggest highlight is the brick shaft of St. Mark's Tower which overlooks the bustling square. The Piazza is popular among and locals to enjoy a coffee in many of the outdoor cafés there or just stroll in the area.
  • Ponte di Rialto: The Ponte di Rialto (Rialto Bridge) sits over the Grand Canal and connects two busy streets, making it one of the most visited places in Venice. At one end of the bridge is the Church of San Bartolomeo. This part of the canal is popular for shopping. The other side is famous for its street food markets and narrow streets of San Polo, which are filled with tourists roaming the streets.
  • Torre dell'Orologio: This is a popular bell tower overlooking St. Mark's Square that dates back to the 15th It is one of the best highlights of Venice and it has a large bell that rings every hour. On the front of the tower, you can see the moon phases and zodiac brilliantly displayed in gold.
  • Mark's Basilica: Located in St. Mark's Square, this is a popular church in Venice. It was originally the private chapel of the Doge, the highest civil servant of the Venetian Republic. This beautiful place of worship is worth a visit. As you explore the complex, you'll find it intricately decorated with Byzantine art. The façade is adorned with gold mosaic, and it is said that 4,240 square metres of gold mosaic was used by him to cover the dome and walls.
  • Lido: Just off the main streets of Venice, you'll come across Lido. It's a lagoon island with sandy beaches, Art Nouveau hotels, churches like San Nicolo, and the Venetian Film Festival. There is nothing better than romanticising nature by renting a bike and exploring the streets, admiring mansions, and paddling on the beach. You might spot some famous people while exploring this beach resort island.

Venice airport information

Marco Polo airport is about 12 km from the city. Most of the flights that land here come from European countries. Once you arrive at the airport, there are many transportation options available including buses, trains, and taxis. Most visitors, however, choose a motorised boat and stop in Piazza San Marco to fully explore the city. It takes over an hour but is a relaxing and enjoyable way to enter Venice.

Important points to remember while travelling to Venice

  • Flight booking- To get low-cost IndiGo flights to Venice from India, make advance reservations
  • Connecting flights- Make sure to check your connecting flight and its duration of layover while booking international flights
  • Visas and immigration- To enter Venice in Italy, you need a Schengen visa. Make sure to keep your travel documents, like your passport, with you to ensure a hassle-free process at immigration
  • Leave for the airport early- Arrive at the airport at least three hours in advance for international flights
  • Baggage allowance- To know about the acceptable weight of your luggage on an IndiGo flight to Venice, check the baggage allowance

FAQs about Flights to Venice

Which visa is required to visit Venice?

A Schengen visa is required to visit Venice in Italy.

What is the flight duration from Delhi to Venice?

The flight duration from Delhi to Venice may take around 10+ hours.

Which is the airport in Venice?

Marco Polo is the airport in Venice. It is located about 12 km from the city.

Can I carry a power bank in my check-in baggage?

No, power banks are not allowed in check-in baggage. You can, however, carry them in cabin/hand baggage. Click here for more information.

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