3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

S.Marco, Campo Daniele Manin, 4297/A, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy
Centauro Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 29% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by stephenao

Can anyone help to provide the info as below:

1. where can find a cheapest airfare
2. Is the Bari Airport close to the ferry where the MSC ship embarks
3. Which is the cost/time effective means of transport from Bari airport to the ferry

Thanking in advance for your guidiance.

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by johngayton

You might be better going by train. By the time you get to and from the airports the city to city trains will probably be as fast and cheaper. www.trenitalia.com for routes and timetables (very litttle neeed to book onlinr unless you need specific trains). Then from Baei station you can get get a bus, taxi or even walk.

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by johngayton

Ooops - ignore the typos. Typing in the dark!

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by Mozumbus

Venice to Bari by air: www.skyscanenr.net shows Ryanair going really cheap. but there are caveats, Ryan does not go from Venice proper and instead uses Treviso...

Venice to Bari by train: I guess distance between the two cities is good enough to make a case for budget airline and fairly compensates for airline related hassles. Train ticket for this route with one change will be 66 euros even after incorporating 30 days adavnces booking discount...

Why Venice to Bari: are you really interested in ferries or just going to Bari to make your way to Greece? If later is the case than why dont you take a direct budget flight from Venice to Athens. Look for aegeanair cheap tickets, which they throw sporadically, and can be availed if you keep on visiting their website... If you dont find a good deal then alternatively you can just go to Milan and take a budget airline from there, plenty of options for around 100 euros from Milan....

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by stephenao

Thanks for the info. I checked the airline and found they will charge pretty expensive for baggages. I have two checked in baggages and am wondering I should should take the train. Do you know if I check in the baggage by train.

I go to Bari because my cruise start from there.

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by stephenao

I assumed you had experienced flying to Bari from Venice. Do you know if the airline charges the baggage fee. I have two baggages with above 40kg each.

Thank you so much for your info.

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by Mozumbus

ok. this is clearer now...

What are the dates, btw?

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by Mozumbus

2 baggages with >40 kg per bag... I dont think budget airlines gonna suite you... its train now, no doubt

refer to trenitalia.com for further information about fares and connections. In Italian trains (Regional ones), there are enough space for baggage but I am not sure for Faster trains.

It looks like that the direct Intercity Trains will suite you the best. The morning one leaves Venice at 07:15 and reaches Bari at 16:40. The overnight one leaves at 21:21 and reached at 07:05. Both cost 45 Euros. For this long route I guess changes do not make sense with this heavy baggage, otherwise there are other options too....

Hope this helps

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by Mozumbus

a little correction: The morning one will cost 55.5 Euros

Re: Venice to Bari by Air on 10/3/2010

by stephenao

Thanks for the info which is really helpful.

I'll stay in Venice for 3 days and then start the Cruise from Bari on 10/4.

Travel Tips for Venice

the costumes custom

by paragianna75

At the renaissance ages Venetian people used to wear costumes and mysterious masks during the whole year and not only during carnaval, trying to keep their privet moments away from the indiscreet views.

Walk or go by water!...there...

by littlebush

Walk or go by water!...there are no vehicles here and its amazing how quiet it is! Walking is a great way to get yourself lost in all the narrow side streets. Travelling by water is a great way to view the buildings.
Piazza San Marco is amazing and the big tourist square! The Basilica San Marco is a magnificent architectural building with the bell tower(The Campanile) next to it.
A Gondola ride is expensive but all part of the visiting venice experience!

Grand Canal Palaces

by sandysmith

The Ornate Palaces on the Grand Canal are beautiful. There are so many of them - each beautiful in their own way. its worth taking a vaporetto ride several times past them as you keep noticing different architectural styles and details. Best viewd in the late afternoon sun when they take on a glorious colour - please see other pics by clicking the link below.

So picturesque!

by sim1

Look at this photo... it is so picturesque! A lovely small canal that runs between these old houses. I have no clue where I am now, because like I said... I got lost. Throwing away that map was the best thing I could do. I started of with following a 'walk through the city map'. But after half an hour I realized this wasn't the way to see Venice for me. I was looking up all the time, at the characteristic houses. Hmmm, yes they are old, and maybe you can't call them 'beautiful'. But they have so much character, that it just makes them beautiful. Hahaha, it was hard to look on the map this way, and keep track of where I was. I was also looking eagerly at all the little streets I 'wanted' to have a look at, but the 'map' didn't allow me to. Aaah, the frustration got the better of me, and I forgot about the 'map', and enjoyed exploring Venice on my own.

Piazza San Marco is where...

by SydneyGal

Piazza San Marco is where you'll find scores of gypsies. One scam is that they target unknowing tourists by providing them with birdseed to feed the pigeons, and pick their pockets when they are distracted by feeding the birds.


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Address: S.Marco, Campo Daniele Manin, 4297/A, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy