Venice Carnival

Dating back to the 13th century, the Venice Carnival is the biggest annual festival in the city of Venice, Italy. Visitors come from all over the world to join locals in participating in the carnival, which is famous for its elaborate masks and costumes.

The Venice Carnival is an event that celebrates the changing of seasons from winter to spring, and is celebrated every year before the start of Lent.

Each year the carnival theme is different, but the events remain similar. There are street performances, balls, foodie events, music in the piazzas, parades, and more.

If you plan to visit Venice during carnival, make sure to book your flight, your hotel, and any carnival-related entertainment well in advance. The city gets very crowded during carnival, so you don’t want to be stuck paying high prices at the last minute.