Venice

September in Venice looks very promising in terms of events and things to see! Moreover, the weather is super pleasant these days, which makes a tour around exhibitions and shows even more enjoyable. If you're still thinking whether taking advantage of a last warm weekend break before the cold season starts, take a look at our selection of events in Venice in September and plan a stay with us!

Dear guests and future guests at Luxrest Venice, we keep on following the rules applying for travellers entering Venice Italy from abroad, so here are the latest news:

From the 31st August to the 25th October 2021 the requirements to enter Italy differ according to the country where you stayed in the 14 days preceding your travel to Italy.

Rules about the covid-19 pandemic change quite frequently and we at Luxrest Venice prefer to wait a few days before announcing new rules, so that we can take the time to verify and provide a correct information to our guests.

It's now official that, starting from the 6th August 2021, the Green Pass will be required in Italy to access:

After a year without fireworks, Venice is preparing to celebrate again one of its most popular and beloved festivities: the Redentore!

G20 was created in 1999 and it groups the national banks and the ministers of economy and finance of the 20 most industrialized countries, with the aim to cooperate on common strategies to face financial and international crisis.

Venice has been in white zone since the 7th June 2021, as mentioned in a previous post. These are the main points regarding daily and social life:

bars and restaurants can receive customers indoor and outdoor, with a limit of 6 persons per table when indoor;

museums, shops, gyms, outdoor pools, cinemas and theatres are open;

The great composer Igor Stravinsky was a real cosmopolite and had the chance, during his life to travel and live in different countries and cities around the world - this gave him the opportunity to meet and collaborate with the greatest artists and authors of his time.

Starting from the 7th June 2021, the Veneto region will be a white zone in Italy (together with Liguria, Abruzzo, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Molise). What does this mean? It's very simple: the only rules to strictly follow concerning the covid-19 pandemic will be wearing a mask, social distancing and hand sanitation.

We're very pleased to announce that the Italian Minister of Health, Roberto Speranza, just signed the ordinance which eliminates the quarantine for travellers entering Italy from EU countries! Moreover, Venice is now part of the airports allowed to Covid-free flights (the list now includes Milan, Rome, Venice and Naples). Covid-free flights will now operate to these 4 Italian airports from the USA, Canada, Japan and the United Arab Emirates.

May is turning out to be a month full of news for Venice: in addition to the reopening (keep on checking our blog for the latest update) and the Architecture Biennale, from the 29th May to the 6th June 2021 the second edition of the Venice boat show will take place!