Venice, a unique city in Italy, famous for its canals, As you explore Venice, you encounter its iconic landmarks like St. Mark’s Basilica, a masterpiece of Byzantine architecture, and the Grand Canal, the main waterway weaving through the city. Don’t miss the Doge’s Palace, a symbol of Venice’s heritage and power. The Rialto Bridge, another must-see, stands as a testament to the city’s architectural ingenuity.
For gay visitors, Venice welcomes you with a warm and inclusive atmosphere. The city doesn’t have a specific gay neighborhood, but you’ll find a welcoming vibe throughout. The most popular gay venues include bars and clubs where you can mingle with locals and other travelers.
Venice also boasts a rich art scene. The Peggy Guggenheim Collection and the Gallerie dell’Accademia display impressive art collections, from modern masterpieces to classic Venetian paintings. For a unique experience, visit Murano and Burano, nearby islands famous for glassmaking and colorful houses.
From € 571 per night
Baglioni Hotel Luna stands in the heart of Venice, just a few steps away from the famous St. Mark's Square. This location places you within easy reach of iconic Venetian attractions. The Doge's Palace and the Bridge of Sighs are within a five-minute