Venice is one of the most popular cities to visit in Italy. Built on over a hundred small islands situated within a lagoon, it contains one hundred and fifty canals, connected by hundreds of bridges.
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A kitchenette would have been useful. Otherwise, well located for railway station, a short walk frm St Marks, Rialto, etc. grand Canal very close. Receptionist very helpful. Comfortable. ... more
The location is great, right where you'd want to be when visiting Venice as a backpack traveler. The rest is average and inside the price range expectations. ... more
Very clean facilites and comfortable beds. A lock would suit the bathroom door. Wi-Fi didn't work at all during my stay. Anybody can walk into the hostel and have access to the room floors so an increase of security measures are required. It's located in Giudecca so you're obliged to take the Vaporetto to reach the hostel. ... more
Good Evening My daughter are planning to visit Venice as a city break during the easter holidays. Its somewhere I've always wanted to go, and as we are only going to be there for a few days want to make the most of it. Can any of you please recommend a reasonably priced hote that we can use ...
Hi, Can anyone recommend a lovely place to stay in Venice on a budget of not more than €40 a night for my boyfriend and I? Will be going in the middle of June Don't mind if it's not too central but would be great if we could do both. Yep, quite a challenge! Thanks ...
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Italy Day 4 Venice
On days 3, after the end of our food tour we got on a train to Venice. The train ride took a little over an hour and dropped us off right across the water from our hotel. We stayed at the Hotel ...
Posted in Italy 2011 by dmclone
Day 3 started with renting 3 cars and driving to Venice. 2 of the cars, mine included, got lost but only temporarily. The other car didn't miss the exit but liked to slam on the breaks in the middle of the freeway and swerve across 3 lanes almost killing everyone Venis is unbelievable with all the little ...
Posted in viva la Italy! by lunds007
2nd stop: Venice Population: 270,660 (2009) GDP: 1,740 trillion Density: 652.9/km2 (1,690.9/sq mi) Language: Italian I chose Venice because Ive always wanted to ride in a canal down the lagoon. Nevertheless, i Heard Venice greatest an beautiful cities of art. When i arrived the sun had just ...
Posted in Traveling with tina by tgutierrez