Alloggi Santa Sofia

Calle Priuli, Venice, Italy
Alloggi Santa Sofia
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Hotel and Burano??

by camargue

Me and my husband are going to Venice in October and want to stay in a small romantic hotel and pay maximum 150 euro per night. Any recommendations? We also like to go to the island of Burano. Are there regular ferries or do we need to charter a boat?

Re: Hotel and Burano??

by dnwitte

Burano and the other islands of the lagoon are served by frequent vaporetti. You shouldn't miss Torcello.
Sorry I can't advise about hotels as I haven't been to Venice in some time.

Re: Hotel and Burano??

by effeti

I can add: line LN from Fondamenta nuove. Comprehensive timetable from here:

Sure, do not miss Torcello and its architectural treasures.
Ciao(so close)

Re: Hotel and Burano??

by effeti

Easier link:

Re: Hotel and Burano??

by Pomerol

I just returned from Venice three weeks ago and stayed in hotel SantElena that was recommended by VTers. It was absolutely great, a bit secluded from the frantic pace of Venice near a park. I booked ahead of time for three nights and ended paying 120 euros a night. You can't be that for a 4-star hotel I don't know if you can get the same deal but go ahead and try their site:

Have fun in Venice

Re: Hotel and Burano??

by buqari

yes you can visit burano by using the ferry which goes on all day and night. A good hotel in which I stayed is Hotel Sole which is very central for about 100 euros per night. Enjoy Venice is a beautiful city both during the day as well as at night

Re: Hotel and Burano??

by Kelly7

Definately go to Burano! It's just gorgeous with all the different coloured houses. It only takes about half hour from the main stop near St Marks. Make sure you take your many bright colours!
ps We stayed at Alloggi Santa Sofia...this was our best and cheapest accomodation by far for the whole trip!It isn't manned tho, the people who run it also run the resturant down round the corner where you go for brekkie.....our hotel room had the BEST shower in the world!!!


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 Alloggi Santa Sofia

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Address: Calle Priuli, Venice, Italy