Campeggio Jolly delle Querce

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via A. De Marchi, 7, Venice, Veneto, 30175, Italy
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25%
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Poor
13%
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11%
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Costs 74% less but rated 15% lower than other 3 star hotels

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lugage lockers

by debleigh

does the rail station in venice have lockers you can hire for your lugage

Re: lugage lockers

by puerto_lover

I am not sure about lockers , maybe others can help, but it has a Left Luggage facility. "deposito bagagli" according to this:

http://www.grandistazioni.it/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=4a4172ceeae7b110VgnVCM1000003f16f90aRCRD

Re: lugage lockers

by lifeisatrip

Santa Lucia Railway Station has a baggage office (deposito bagagli) near track 1. Open from 6 a.m. until midnight.
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€ 4.00 for the first 5 hours
€ 0.60 for each additional hours from 12th to 6th
€ 0.20 per hour after the 12th

There's also one in Piazzale Roma. Look for a deposito bagagli, or left-luggage office, opposite the ACTV ticket office (next to the Pullman Bar). To check hours and prices ahead of time, phone the Cooperativa Trasbagagli at 0415231107 or e-mail info@trasbagagli.it. If I remember it right, it was €4/luggage.

Re: lugage lockers

by suvanki

Hi! I left my small case at the left luggage office at St Lucia/Ferrovia recently (Christmas 2009).
The Left Luggage office is on Platform 14 - Enter the station, head for the train platforms and turn right- walk to to the end platform. Walk past the toilets (which you have to pay to use) and you'll see the left luggage office.
It's 4 Euros for the first 5 hours for 1 case.
This time, I had to show my passport, which was photo copied.(not had to do this before!)

Open from 06.00. until midnight.

Re: lugage lockers

by thegreathowardo

Not sure but over by the big car park in Piazzale Roma there is a left luggage office where you can lodge your stuff, there is an attendant to so even more secure.

Travel Tips for Venice

Expresso on the Piazza

by dfactor

Sipping expresso in the piazza is certaitly a good way to relax yourself from the long walk around the alleys in Venice. A good place for peple watching and to spot the latest trend in fashion, with live classical music playing in the background. The ambience in the piazza is one of the thing I missed the most, apart from the Gondola ride.

There is always room to bargain...

by bryINpoland

There is always room to bargain. A lot of times u will fail, especially when u are bargaining with people that do it 30 times a day, 365 days a year. But you arent going to get better at it if u dont try, and if u dont exceed, atleast u know u tried.

When it comes to getting the best price on a gondola ride in venice, u have to be able to stand your ground. Most times u will get offered a price at around 70 to 80 euros. Try not to pay that if u dont have to, but honestly, sometimes they wont budge.

Always question the price, and dont be afraid to drop it 10 euros. try not to drop the price to drastically or u might *** them off. Anything under 65 eruros u should be able to live with. If u cant live with it, then dont pay it...

Good luck on the bargaining table...

*Please feel free to rate this tip, or any of my other tips. i am always looking to improve them. thank u...

The Colorful Island of Burano

by Goner

Burano is another island to explore. Burano is one of my favorite islands, I love the colorful houses and miniture canals and bridges. You can read and see more about Burano on my Burano page.

Look for the sign in the picture near St. Mark's Square - these are the boats that go to Burano.

Street Names etc

by suvanki

Venice is divided into 6 sestieres, and each sestiere may have many streets with the same name. Also, a street may have different spellings- Campo San Biagio is also known as Blasio or Biassio.
Peculiar to Venice is a system of numbering streets- the whole sestiere is numbered! So each Sestiere has a number 1, from which the numbers wind up and down in no apparent pattern, untill they end with a sign indicating that this is the last number of that particular Sestiere. San Marcos last number is near the main Post Office.

Street Names-

Calle = Street
Rio = canal (Canale is only applied to the Grande Canale and a few others)
Piazza = A square (only San Marco qualifies for this title)
Piazzette= Only 2 squares in Venice adjacent to San Marco are entitled to use this
Piazzale = another square-the only one being the Car Park Piazzale Roma
Campo = square
Campiello = a small square
Fondamento = A Street that runs alongside a canal -often has the same name as the canal
Rio Terra = A filled in canal
Piscina = similar to Rio Terre, often forms a square. Previously a turning basin for boats
Sotoportico or Sotoportego = covered passageway
Salizzada =A main street (formerly one that was paved)
Strada = street or road
Riva = A wide fondamenta (or Quay)
Molo = Quay
Corte = A courtyard or blind Alley
Sacca= A basin on the cities edge
Ramo = a street branching off another street, often with the same name
Ruga = old name for an important street
Ponte = Bridge

Some streets have more than one name, which may be indicated on a sign by o between the 2 names o = or

Many of the signs have the name of the sestiere or the area of the sestiere on them.

Yellow signs point the direction to main landmarks such as San Marco or Rialto. While signs with gondolas point to the nearest traghetto stop, or boats indicate the vaporetto stop.

Six Sestieri

by TRimer

Venice is divided into six districts called 'sestieri'. San Marco, Castello and Cannaregio on one side of the Grand Canal. Dorsoduro, San Polo and Santa Croce on the other. Buildings are numbered progressively by sestiere rather than by street.

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Address: Via A. De Marchi, 7, Venice, Veneto, 30175, Italy