The planet Venus takes 224.7 Earth days to complete a single orbit of the sun. Venus is unique in that it rotates along its axis in the opposite direction of the other planets.
Venus takes 243 Earth days to make a complete rotation upon its axis, meaning that Venus has a day that is longer than its year. However, due to the retrograde rotation of the planet, the time between sunrises is only 117 Earth days. Venus is the second planet from the sun in the solar system and is often called Earth's twin due to its similar size and composition.