Venice

Venice Travel Guide

Articles about Venice

By Travel + Leisure Staff

From Maine to California, Montana to Texas, T+L spotlights where to play, eat, and sleep this summer

By Kate Appleton

From Maine to California, Montana to Texas, T+L spotlights where to play, eat, and sleep this summer

By Katie James
Imagine walking down a cobblestone street in the heart of Paris’ Marais neighborhood, turning a corner, and happening upon a bistro—a yellow-gold light emanates through the glass windows, and conversation and clinking glasses is heard from the str...
By Heidi Mitchell
These five retreats around the world prove just how luxe a trip with the kids can be. Nicaragua: If the country is the next Costa Rica, then the Inn at Rancho Santana ($$) is its next great family getaway. The 2,700 acres along the Pacific coas...
By Jacqueline Gifford
For their new $450 million ship, Regent Seven Seas Cruises is pulling out all the stops. The 750-passenger Seven Seas Explorer, which will begin sailing the Mediterranean in the summer of 2016, will have ten suite categories, the brand's highest s...
By Anya von Bremzen
Our abridged meal-by-meal guide to where and what to eat now. Breakfast: Cicheti at All’Arco Bored with cornetti? Start the day at this cult wine bar beloved by vendors from the nearby Rialto Market. The creative cicheti (snacks) include addic...

Hotels in Venice

Actress Cynthia Foster and her environmental economist husband, Karel Samson created the hotel and have pledged a percentage of their profits to local charities. The three solar-powered bungalows are just a five-minute walk from the ocean and the boutiques of Abbot Kinney Boulevard.

Things to do in Venice

Developer Abbot Kinney modeled the canals and bridges in this historic district on those in Venice, Italy.