Depending on your location, Venice could be reached via plane, trains and cars. Once you arrive in Italy, there are many ways in which you can reach Venice and one of the easiest—not to mention the fastest—would be via plane from the Marco Polo Airport.
The palace is located at one end of the Piazza San Marco and forms part of that impressive area in the heart of Venice. Despite fires, earthquakes, damage from Napoleon’s war machine and much more, it stands today as one of the premier symbols of this amazing city.
St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice was built in the late 11th century. The facade is essentially drawn from early Constantinople, lending the building its Byzantine appearance. There are literally hundreds of small areas that merit a look in St. Mark’s Basilica.