La Serenissima, the city of enchantment.
Venice is considered to be the world cultural capital for its art and architecture: churches, museums and art galleries can be found in every corner of the city.
The city is built on an artificial island in the middle of a lagoon, and has hardly changed since the 16th century.
• An undisputed leader in the international meeting industry, with more than 1,200 conferences per year for a total of about 180,000 participants
• Many world-famous landmarks: St Mark’s Square and Basilica, the Doges’ Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, Rialto Bridge and more than 200 other ancient palaces
• One of the most vibrant cities due to its many artistic, cultural and traditional events, such as the Redeemer, Carnival, the Historic Regatta, the Biennale and its International Film Festival
• Port of call of the most important cruising companies for Mediterranean itineraries
Venice airport is a modern, international and intercontinental terminal that opened in 2002, and welcomes almost 7 million passengers per year.
Over 850 Hotels, 193 ranked from 4- to 5-stars.
The largest local Congress and Conference Centre has a maximum capacity of 4,000 seats.
Also available are conference hotels up to 1,100 seat capacity, 40 villas, historic houses, prestigious residences, theatres and modern venues.