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The average price for a weekly Venice vacation rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is $3,092.
The average price for a monthly Venice vacation rental found by KAYAK users in the last 2 weeks is $13,249.
There are loads of different property types that you can make your vacation home in Venice. You’ll find houses, villas, apartments, agritourism, farmstays, campgrounds, lodges, homestays, cottages, condos, cruises, houseboats, caravans, chalets and boats.
If you’re a large group then you’ll need plenty of space. The highest rated vacation homes that can sleep 6 people or more by KAYAK users are Catronconi At The Frari Jewel In The Heart Of Venice, Isa Sweet Home In Venice and Alba del Doge.
There are a number of dog and pet-friendly Venice vacation rentals, with around 11% allowing you to bring your pet along with you.
KAYAK users have found vacation rentals in Venice for as cheap as $36 in the last 3 days. The average price is $442.
In the last 72 hours, users have found Venice vacation rentals for tonight for as low as $43.
Vacation rentals in Castello, Cannaregio and San Marco have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Venice's different neighborhoods, check out our Venice's City Guide.
Take a look at our vacation rentals map to find the best vacation rental homes near you.
For those that are in Venice for business or who have an early flight to catch, you can stay close to Venice Airport Marco Polo (VCE) so you don’t have far to travel for your flight. For example, Venezia Fly Apartments 1 is only a short drive from the terminal building.
Whilst Venice is renowned for its winding waterways and traffic-free centre, you can still get Venice holiday rentals that provide you with a parking space. Many of the properties off the island provide this, but on Venice Island, there are houses like Ca Doge, which is in the Santa Croce district. This means you can hire a car during your trip and drive to the island knowing that you have secured parking for the duration of your stay.
When you’re in Italy, it’s great to try out a range of new foods. However, eating out all the time can become expensive, so it’s wise to opt for Venice house rentals that are self-catered; this way, you have the option to cook for yourself. For instance, Venice Traditional Home with Terrace provides kitchen facilities like a cooktop and fridge. There are also lots of supermarkets nearby, so you can get fresh ingredients daily.
If you want to wake up to great views each morning, you should stay by the sea in the Castello district. For instance, Attic Boutique San Marco offers a terrace that looks out over the water, so you can soak up the stunning scenery.