First Class Flights to Venice
Venice is a popular city home to a wide spectrum of culture and the arts. First Class travellers will not be short of things to do or places to visit upon arriving in the city of Venice. Like Rome and Paris, Venice has become a hotspot for First Class travellers.
Flying First Class to Venice
To reach Venice takes around 2 to 3 hours directly from London. Most major airlines offer flights to the city daily, or regularly each week. These flights are direct flights to Venice, and will soon put you in the heart of a beautifully historic city surrounded by art and culture everywhere.
Where to Stay and Getting Around In Venice for First Class Travellers
An interesting method of getting around the historic town for First Class travellers, is to use water taxis. This are readily available and can be dispatched upon request. Gondolas are also a beautiful way to travel along the canals of Venice.
Luna Hotel Baglioni is the oldest hotel in Venice and the one hotel most renowned for its five star luxury. The hotel is located near the most refined boutiques that can be found in Venice. It is also located near a casino and many of Venice’s theatres and museums.
Hotel Molino Stucky Venice is another beautiful hotel, surrounding by amazing scenery and located close to the La Fenice opera house, the Academia Art Gallery and other museums and theatres. The hotel has a magnificent ballroom and restaurant that provides some of Venice’s finest dining for First Class guests.
Other Useful Information about Venice for First Class Travellers
Venetians have, for much of history, been at the forefront of fashion and clothing. Still, today Venice is renowned for being the perfect Italian city for boutique and fashion stores. Many of the fashion label flagship stores like Louis Vuitton operate from Venice. Innovative fashion and jewellery shops are also scattered around the city, making it an ideal place for First Class travellers to shop.
Cuisine is an important part of Venice, with seafood being a traditional approach to Venetian dishes. Many traditional and high-end restaurants will be found around the city, but First Class travellers will also get a chance to indulge in more modern dishes. In some of the high class restaurants there will be a fusion of traditional Venetian meals with global influences.
Art is another important part of the Venetian culture, every from the Middle Ages to Renaissance art can be found in the city. Music is too, an important historical part of the city and many houses and opera houses, such as La Fenice can be found around Venice.
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