Venice offers unmatched cultural, historical and architectural heritage among the cities worldwide. Since the Middle Ages, Venice was defined as a Maritime Republic of crucial importance and as a meeting point for sailors and traders from all over the world.
Today the Floating City offers lots of itineraries for plenty of tourists looking for what to see in Venice first: from majestic monuments to hidden and authentic Calle streets, the city which was Capital of the old Serenissima Republic for ages remains one of the most popular and suggestive tourist destinations in Italy and in the whole world.
Accommodation within the historic city of Venice on the islands has its issues, especially in periods of high tourist density such as summer season or Carnival weeks. Sleeping in close proximity to Venice island can be an excellent solution, staying away from the crowds and enjoying tranquillity. Among the places to stay outside Venice, Omnia Hotel is located in a privileged position within just half-an-hour drive from the iconic Floating City.