Casa Mimma

Sestiere santa Croce 1412/c, Venice, 30100, Italy
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Where to watch World Cup in Venice

by emma_louise101

Hi - I'll be arriving in Venice on 23rd June at about 16:30 (local time) and wonder if you can advise the quickest place from the airport that I can watch the Slovenia versus England World Cup football match? Thanks

Re: Where to watch World Cup in Venice

by domenicococozza

Very hit and miss I'm afraid.
I doubt this will be seen as an important match to the Italians so highly unlikely that it'll be showing on any big screens or known venues.
There's a bar in the district of Cannaregio called Bacarro Jazz. They do have a TV, but whether they're showing the match or not is a complete unknown.
Your best bet will be to go to your hotel and watch in on TV from your room(again, if it's showing).
If you're in a small hotel, you could try chatting up the owner to see if you could watch it on Sky.

Re: Where to watch World Cup in Venice

by emma_louise101

Thanks, that's very useful.

Re: Where to watch World Cup in Venice

by xymmot

They usually show matches on TV in any of the hotel bars or lobbies. It should be no problem as Itailain love soccer. I was there in 98 and saw it in the lobby of a hotel with many other fans.

Re: Where to watch World Cup in Venice

by rocee

If it's still there, as I haven't been in Venice in three years, there is an Irish pub called the Fiddler's Elbow on Strada Nouva that shows a lot of sports, so they might be showing it.

Travel Tips for Venice

Best times to spend in Venice

by coneyislandgreen

I love Venice. But I did not grow to love Venice very quickly. I lived just 45 minutes away by train and so went very often. My advice is to spend time there from late Fall till early Spring and make plenty of time to wander around in the evening. This goes for almost all European cities. My first visit in the summer left me baffled at how commercial and frantic a place can be. This time in the middle of a summer afternoon can lead you to wonder if the city was deserted by Venetians upon the arrival of the baggage heavy, high standard tourists.
As the seasons changed though I grew to love the erie, fog filled, canals of such a ornate and wordly place. If we were to travel back in time to another planet Venice would be that ancient planet of the past. Crowds have calmed down, the quarters are more mysterious. You find yourself eavesdropping through the windows of back alleys onto chefs smoking a cigarette over the days catch or an old couple watching Italia Uno over a coffee in there kitchen. It feels very personal and absolutely true. A visit through the Jewish quarter while preparing for sabbeth seems like a gem of a moment. The evenings are returned to the community and to not be outside enjoying the evening would be a great thing missed.

Know your streets and canals

by Tijavi

To a first time visitor, Venetian street and canal names could be confusing. Here's a short guide on the local system of naming streets and canals:

Corte - as the name suggests, it's a small courtyard as compared to the much larger campo

Salizada - the local equivalent for an avenue, it is a wide, main street (yes, street, not canal).

Fondamenta - my first encounter with this word was one of utter ignorance. Now, I know refers to a street that runs along a canal.

Riva - the larger, wider version of a fondamenta.

Sotoportego - it's a covered passageway.

Rio Terra - my favorite, this represents man's (or more appropriately, the Venetians') triumph over nature - a filled-in canal more often as a public square (or more like an environmental issue?)

Ruga - not a dog's name (sounds like one!), but rather refers to a shop-lined street.

To add to the confusion, some streets and canals have more than one name!

Sestiere Giudecca

by croisbeauty

I was so many times in Venice, can't remember the number, but the truth is I've never visited Sestiere Giudecca. Actually, it is off the main walking routes and one can get it by vaporetto only. In one of my future visitings I'll have to visit it finally.

Aaaah, the carnival!!!

by sim1

Aaaah, the carnival!!! Even in November there are lots of places where you are reminded that Venice is the place to be for the carnival. Hmmm, wouldn't mind seeing that, wow, must be so busy in Venice, but so much alive! Aaah... maybe one day....

Caffe Florian

by croisbeauty

In 1720, an unknown coffee-house proprietor called Floriano Francesconi opened his cafe under the Procurative Nuove, unaware that he was creating an institution.
When visiting Venice caffe Florian is a must see. In the cold windy days you can enjoy in its fancy decorated rooms, while in the summer days on the open terrace in front where the orchrestra play classical music.


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Address: Sestiere santa Croce 1412/c, Venice, 30100, Italy