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When to go to Venice?
So the question is probably asked by many when planning a trip to Venice.AND do the right thing. Because Venice in the winter is one thing, and Venice in the summer is completely another.Although it is believed that in terms of tourism - Venice is out of season.
Petra Reski in the story "Palazzo Dario" remarks about this: "In Venice, the change of seasons is not recognized by new colors in crowns trees, but by the sight of tourists coming here ... In summer, the sky is hot melted the bodies of beach tourists arriving here from the Adriatic resorts and spanked under the windows of houses in bikinis and swimming trunks. Spring flocked to the city school classes ... turning Venice upside down. Autumn and winter came people educated in search of Venetian consumptively thinned natures. "
I saw Venice in April, drenched in the spring sun and filled with crowds tourists and schoolchildren. But even at this time of the year, on days when the sky was clouded clouds and began to drizzle light rain, a completely different look of the city appeared, that the most "consumptively thinned". And then the holiday turned into dream.These were the most indescribable sensations. And that is why in next time I want to come to Venice in the winter when, according to Brodsky "local fog, the famous nebbia, turns this place into something more alternately than the holy of holies of any palace, erasing not only the reflections, but also all shaped: buildings, people, colonnades, bridges, statues. "
Even in Venice you can come in February, when the famous carnival takes place here(it usually starts in mid-February and lasts 10 days) and flow into a million army of tourists, one part of which defile with delight in costumes, and the other with no less delight looks at them. And it will be already a completely different venice.In the summer, despite the dominance of the guests, there are also pluses: you can settle in Lido and combine walks in Venice with a beach holiday. So it comes out - Venice is really out of season. It remains to choose what is more to your liking.
As for the weather, the climate in Venice is mild, in the summer heat blows the sea breeze, in winter the weather is unstable: rain, sun, fog, but snow is rare.If you are still going to go in the autumn-winter period, it will not be superfluous. grab boots, becauseMost often there are floods at this time of year. Warm clothes will also be useful - a cold marble floor in the hotel will bring the thought of wool socks.
Now about the prices: "summer, contrary to well-established ideas, high season in Venice is not considered: in July-August, prices are reduced by 10 percent (if the hotelnot is by the sea, that is, on Lido), and in winter it is almost half of it. "