Special flights offers from Chicago to Venice, Italy

We are currently looking for special offers from Chicago to Venice.
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DepartingReturningTicket priceAirline
02 Nov 201812 Nov 2018$ 661Turkish Airlines
28 Dec 201808 Jan 2019$ 603Lufthansa

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    Venice sightseeing and things to do in city

    Everybody knows that Venice is the city of islands, canals and bridges. The non-continental part of the city is situated on 118 islands in the Venetian lagoon, and they are slowly submerging. Many scientists believe that Venice may disappear from the face of the earth by 2100! Probably that's why the historical part of the city on the water was included into UNESCO World Heritage list. The main street of the city is the Grand Canal – a huge S-shaped waterway 4 km long stretching along the entire island part of Venice. Majority of the city's landmarks can be seen when travelling on the Grand Canal in a waterbus (vaporetto) or a gondola. The final destination on this route is St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco) famous for the legendary St. Mark's Basilica and the Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale), as well as an enormous number of pigeons. Legend has it that the pigeons were brought to Venice from Egypt as a gift to the wife of one of the local governors. Check out our special offers and book a flight to Venice from Chicago while you still have time to see this city of carnivals and festivals.

    Flight information and flight map

    Departure from Chicago airport, arrival at Venice airport
    The distance between destinations is 4660 miles
    Approximate flying time from Chicago to Venice is 9h
    Some possible flights from Chicago: to Vienna, to Warsaw or to Venice: from Houston, from San Antonio

    Oct 12, 2018