Rooftop Bars Venice
9 best rooftop bars in Venice
Located in the shallow Venetian Lagoon, Venice is a truly unique city and one of a kind in the world. To see all the old buildings, canals and bridges from a new perspective, the best thing is to visit a Venice rooftop bar.
To help you find the top venues, this ultimate guide will help you out, packed with all info you need about every rooftop bar Venice worth a visit. Opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. From romantic rooftop restaurants to charming terraces perfect for an apertif, there is a Venice rooftop for everyone. Just scroll down and find the rooftop bar Venice best suited for you.
Hans has visited over 500 rooftop bars, 200 rooftop pools and 300 rooftop restaurants since 2015. This vast experience has made Hans a true rooftop expert, and one of the most knowledgeable in the field. Today, numerous of travel magazines, bloggers and media websites contact Hans to get his expertise on rooftops.
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Which are the best rooftops in Venice? This complete guide will help you find the best rooftop bars in Venice. Given that city is very old and rather low-built, the range of rooftop bars in Venice is not amazing.
But you can find a couple of good and luxurious Venice rooftop bars that has everything you could wish for. Both in terms of coziness, view over the Venice skyline and for those who want to party all night long.
Most of the rooftop restaurants Venice has to offer, are located at hotels or fancy restaurants. You can say that the typical Venice rooftop bar have a beautiful sea view.
A Venice Hotel rooftop bar also, in most cases, has superb service and quite expensive prices. So get out there and find the best Venice rooftop bars! And here's a list of the best hotels in Venice with a view.
Venice is one of Italy's and the world's most famous cities, mainly thanks to the city being built on islands and that many of the streets here are water in which you take your self around by boat or gondola rides. The city is built on the water on millions of wooden poles that are hammered into the mud at the bottom. You can’t take your car here. You have to go by boat, water taxi, gondola or by walking. The streets are often quite uneven and hilly, so for the elderly it can be a bit cumbersome.