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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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
I liked it as it was close to everything , the bathroom was really nice,the mattresses where brand new and the pillows also and not to mention nice and soft! This was the first hostel that I stayed in that had someone come in every morning and fix our beds. The owners Emilio and Daniella where really friendly,funny with a great sense of humour. ... more
hi, im going to europe in october and plan to fly from shannon to venice to start. my question is: on the hostelworld site, when i type in venice into the search engine, i get a lot of different areas within venice (dolo, lida, mira etc) what are these? are they districts of venice and which is the nearest ...
Museums in Venice?
I will be visiting Venice this coming September. While there I'd like to visit Frari Church, St ...
Florence or Venice
We have 8 days in Italy (December 26 - January 4) Three days will be spent in Rome. We have 5 days to divide between Venice and Florence. Which city would be better to spend more time in? ...
Streets flooded, be advised
Venice is one of those destinations that people either swoon over or wrinkle their nose. For those of us who live far away from it, the idea of Venice holds promises of pastel waterfronts and turquoise tides. Europeans are more likely to fall into the latter group, Hodge once being told that Venice ...
Posted in Fernweh by Gmp13
Well today I left Trieste by train for what would have to be the most beautiful city I've seen ever, Venice. Hopping off the train I got on one of the ferries, called a vaporetti, winding through the Grand Canal was a memorable experiece. Watching trademen work and move around in their boats, other ...
Posted in Eden in Europe by MrEden