Return flight from London Southend to Venice M.Polo £13.27 (Oct departures) @ Ryaniar
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Return flight from London Southend to Venice M.Polo £13.27 (Oct departures) @ Ryaniar

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Posted 26th Jul
Good price for a return flight to Venice, especially as you are flying into Marco Polo and not the more peripheral Treviso airport. Hand luggage only. Various flight times are available depending on the dates selected, but there are several flights which depart throughout the height of the day (i.e 11:00 - 14:00).

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Oct 2 - Oct 7
Oct 2 - Oct 9
Oct 9 - Oct 14
Oct 9 - Oct 16
Oct 14 - Oct 17
Oct 24 - Oct 28

Plus many many more (use the date matrix!)!
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I think to suggest Venice can be done in a day is pretty unfair. If you think eating pasta and walking a few narrow streets is all Venice has to offer, then you have completely missed out on Venice. It's like suggesting going to London, drinking tea and touching a red phone box is all London has to offer.

3-7 days is ideal.
Edited by: "RYANdeals" 26th Jul
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Ryanair (typo in the title)
anything similar to that from Manchester please?
Wouldn’t go for more than a day. We where there in feb for a week and ended up renting a car and going to Milan. It’s great to see but not much to do after 12hrs
imthebest26/07/2019 11:03

Wouldn’t go for more than a day. We where there in feb for a week and e …Wouldn’t go for more than a day. We where there in feb for a week and ended up renting a car and going to Milan. It’s great to see but not much to do after 12hrs


Totally agree. 1 day is enough , not much to do other than walk the narrow streets , along the canals, see the cathedral square and eat some pizza pasta.
Heat for 'peripheral'
Great find
I quite fancy a day trip, can you buy two return tickets and only use one from each?
Ru4real26/07/2019 11:26

Totally agree. 1 day is enough , not much to do other than walk the narrow …Totally agree. 1 day is enough , not much to do other than walk the narrow streets , along the canals, see the cathedral square and eat some pizza pasta.


Go on those islands close by, Murano/Burano/Torcello.
Went in May for 3 days. Plenty to do for adults - bit more of a challenge for kids. October should be reasonably quiet too.
I think to suggest Venice can be done in a day is pretty unfair. If you think eating pasta and walking a few narrow streets is all Venice has to offer, then you have completely missed out on Venice. It's like suggesting going to London, drinking tea and touching a red phone box is all London has to offer.

3-7 days is ideal.
Edited by: "RYANdeals" 26th Jul
I did two days and did almost everything that was worth doing. Three would have been perfect to enjoy. 1 day is not enough in my opinion.
Super cheap and Southend airport is doable - can’t find anywhere decent for me and hubby to stay in Venicethough for a cheap price
RYANdeals26/07/2019 14:34

I think to suggest Venice can be done in a day is pretty unfair. If you …I think to suggest Venice can be done in a day is pretty unfair. If you think eating pasta and walking a few narrow streets is all Venice has to offer, then you have completely missed out on Venice. It's like suggesting going to London, drinking tea and touching a red phone box is all London has to offer.3-7 days is ideal.


I totally agree. The least amount of time that I have spent there was 4 days, and that was on my first visit as part of an Independent tour of Italy. I barely scratched the surface. Personally I usually do between 10-12 days in Venice, have visited a further 3 times and still find plenty of things to do that interest me. The negative comments on this thread remind me of a conversation I heard between an American wife to her husband while travelling on a vaporetto " Gee, isn't this just like Disneyworld". 'Nough said!
Unlike many cities, Venice won’t be there forever. It’s a stunner. It ain’t a tick-list job. It’s a take in the beauty and the atmosphere of a working city on water. It takes a while to understand Venice. Just sit and stare and watch and listen. Take photos. Eat and drink local stuff in small local cafes and bars. Get lost. Be surprised. The tourist sites are an extra.
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