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Family friendly travelling in Venice

Most popular areas in Venice for family-friendly hotels

Venice isn’t just for romantic couples looking to stare dreamily out over the lagoon. It’s just as magical for families, and there’s no shortage of hotels perfectly suited to those bringing along their kids. If convenience is at the top of your list of priorities, you can opt for a hotel in the central San Marco and San Polo quarters, which will mean you can take tired children back to their beds within minutes of finishing a day’s sightseeing. If peace and serenity is what you’d prefer, try Cannaregio, where you’ll feel like a real Venetian.

Top family-friendly hotels in Venice

Want to holiday with the kids but still enjoy some romance? Carnival Palace Hotel is ideal. Located in quiet Cannaregio, this boutique hotel has plush decor, a quaint garden, and a suite with a hot tub, so you can spend quality time with your partner after the kids are in bed. Hotel B4 Bellini Venezia is a slice of historical splendor, set within an 18th-century palazzo and providing gilded guestrooms which will make the whole clan feel special. Hotel Ai Cavalieri di Venezia is close to the Rialto Bridge, and blends classic decor with modern amenities.

Where to find the best restaurants in Venice

It’s easy finding relaxed, buzzing places to eat in Venice. One hotspot for families is along the Riva degli Schiavoni promenade, where tables and chairs are set out by the lagoon, offering views of glinting waters and distant churches while you chow down on perfect pizzas and grilled meats. Elsewhere in San Marco and San Polo, you’ll find endless casual eateries serving up palate-pleasing dishes like linguine with seafood, whole roasted fish, and classic meat ragu.

The most popular things to do in Venice

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is for seasoned art lovers and families alike. Kids will adore the sculpture garden, where flamboyant statues sit amid trees and benches, close to the grave site of Peggy Guggenheim’s many dogs. The art inside the house is incredible as well, including vast colorful works by big names like Picasso and Pollock. On a sunny afternoon, take the whole clan to the Lido, that sandy stretch which has drawn celebrities, writers, and artists for generations. For staggering views across the whole of Venice, take a trip up to the top of St Mark’s Campanile, which stands proudly in St Mark’s Basilica, and has been replicated in cities across the world. Then, come nightfall, take a magical gondola trip – the atmosphere of an evening’s exploration of the canals will excite every member of the family.

Best ways to get around Venice

The best tip for traveling in Venice is to ensure everyone in your group has their comfy shoes with them. You’ll be doing a lot of walking in this car-free city, and that’s a good thing. The streets themselves are a major attraction here, with their weathered grandeur sure to beguile everyone who walks through. You can also take a ride on a waterbus to get over to other islands, and that too can be a part of the fun of visiting this unique, watery realm.

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