Alloggi Sardegna

Cannaregio Calle del Forno 2655, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy
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Forum Posts

train from venice to interlaken

by jkbansal

We are a family of 4 and I was planning on reserving/purchasing train tickets from Venice to Interlaken via Geneva/Basel/Chiasso. Under Trenitalia's site, is it best to do ticketless travel and pickup at self-service kiosk or have email confirmation sent?
Can somebody suggest cheapest way to reach Interlaken from Venice?

Re: train from venice to interlaken

by delcity

this site may be of some help (www.idos.cz ) page is available in english. look for the uk/british flag or the word english and click on it.
also looking at the train site for the trains in switzerland might help.
there use to be a discount on tickets from places in italy to places in switzerland if you had a certain swit pass or card.
you may be able to order the card or pass online.

Travel Tips for Venice

The Birds Are Everywhere

by painterdave

You've seen pictures of the piazza and the birds that seem to be everywhere. Now you are there and you forgot your birdseed?
Don't let this happen to you. Take a small bag of birdseed in your suitcase and bring it to the square. Have your camera ready for some great shots. And be prepared to clean your self if the birds get carried away......
Also, if you go into the Academy and see the art display, notice that in the old paintings of the square there are no pigeons. Then give some thought as to why?--especially because the artist tried to make a good replica of what happened when they brought back St. Mark's body and had the procession.
Have fun.
Pigeon for Lunch, Anyone? My daughter loved to feed the birds. If you are taking children, I recommend bringing bird seed.

Internet and phone

by mindcrime

My hotel didn’t have internet connection and I understood that internet connection is rare and expensive in Venice. So, if you are desperate to check your emails you have to choose one of the internet cafes of the city. There is one near the train station at Lista di Spagna (pic 1). They don’t have phone cabins though.

If you want to make a call you can ask for a telephon card, the problem is/was that I coundnt find any telephone card and I asked at all the Travel Info and the tabaco shops that usually sell them. Probably they were out of stock at june 2009. So, I searched some other internet cafes that had phone cabins:

1)PLANET INTERNET (pic 2)
This is at Cannaregio 1519, just 5’ from train station after the bridge that takes you to jewish ghetto. It is open 9.00-00.00 and for calls in Europe they charge 0.30 per minute. They suppose to sell telephone cards too. tel:0410994186

2)BLACK & WHITE (pic 3). This is located at Dorsoduro, at S.Croce 2039 and they charge 0.50 per minute for calls in Europe. You go into a cabin, you call and when they answer you press a button which I forgot so a screaming lady from philipines came yelling:the buttoooon, the button!!! :) tel:041719187

Don't forget a camera!

by oneonta_ni

bring your camera! Venice is such an unusual city that we could not help taking pictures everywhere. It is a really beautiful place and I would highly recommend at least 2 days to really enjoy it. You can see the major sites in one day and then relax and discover the other delights in the next. We have been there a total of 3 days, though and would go back again.

No roads....

by sim1


It's weird to think of it that there are no roads here. No cars, busses, trucks, or how about the postman? Nothing like that, everything goes by water. The canals are busy, but not only with the gondolas (like I always thought). But what you see on the canals has everything to do with normal 'every day life'. If you pay attention you can see boats that pick up the garbage, deliver mail, and bring freight or whatever you can think of.

Talk to someone who knows!

by Jerelis

I guess we all agree on this on; there is nothing more exciting than going travelling - exploring another country, experiencing a different culture, travelling around in new ways, sampling the local cuisine and chatting to the local people for a different perspective on life.

However during our travels we learned that there is one certain thing that you should be aware of and prepared for to make sure that the trip is as easy and enjoyable as possible. We always try to see everything once we're there, but this is not always an act of responsible travelling. We always talk to the locals and we know that they have the information about just the right spots to visit and how to undertake them. It will not only enhance your experiences but also avoid any unnecessary hassles.

For us the travel tips we have written in this section made the most of our travel experience and we came home in the same happy, healthy state that we left.

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