Gli Angeli (Sonia)

Castello Campo Tana 2161, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy
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Lodging Needed for family of 5

by travelsmarter

Traveling to Venice 22 June for 4 nights. Can not afford 2 hotel rooms, overwhelmed by search of self-service apartments (more affordable). Need advice for convenient yet not overly crowded or noisy location. Any advice?

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by hawkhead

We rented a flat in the Rialto area during January/February. It was extremely quiet and as far as we could judge, it would be just as quiet in the busier months. The area itself is very busy but we were off the main concourse (but only by about fifteen steps!). The location was very convenient - five minutes from the R. Bridge and the Grand Canal, same distance to R. Market and a traghetto over to the Nuova Strada, where a further five minutes walk took us to probably the most comprehensive grocery store in Venice. Took us 10 minutes to walk to St Mark's, 15 minutes walk (briskly) to Sta Lucia Station and Piazzale Roma. The area was actually called San Polo. Also Dorsoduro but I suspect it would be nosier and busier in general in June. An area we really liked was Canareggio - slightly more off the beaten track and may not been entirely suitable if you have young(ish) children.

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by embi40

Many VTers- me included- have found accommodations in Italy using the www.venere.com website. They are reputable, reliable and have an easily negotiated site for finding lodging.

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by henry14

A colleague stayed in one these apartments last summer and has rebooked again for later this year and has recommended: www.ourflatsinvenice.co.uk

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by lee.evelyn

Hi, I find Canareggio a very pleasant area, off the beaten tourist track. Don't know how busy it will be in June, but right now in March it was still very quiet.
www.turismovenezia.it has a english version of their website

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by vikram_nanivadekar

I faced a similar issue - but it was probably more severe than your's because in the following days I ended up deciding to put up in - not even Mestre - in Padua, which I gather is 45 minutes by train to Paris. However, other considerations like the history in Padua, the scope to explore other towns (Vicenza, Verona) also influenced my decision (well, I forced them to). I gathered some good info from a local VTer (Orietta) too.
Regards, Vikram.

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by luckybluesman

How much do you want to spend and must you stay in Venice?

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by elisamadi

Hello, I am not sure you have solved your problem or not yet but I personally help a BB in Venice managingfew appartments in Venice. Please write back if you still might need help!
Ciao ELISA

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by lee.evelyn

henry14, that website your recommending has some really good links re. restaurants! I don't think I'd like to stay in a modern flat on the Giudeca island though...plus I think they are aiming at the English ie. UK market! but the links they have are good!

Re: Lodging Needed for family of 5

by henry14

As well as the links on their site they also issue an interesting newsletter periodically, which contains some good up-to-date Venice news in it, worth signing up for (via the website, I havent booked with them but still get the newsletter).

Hope you find somewhere suitable!

Travel Tips for Venice

Get Out at Night

by zrim

Wandering the canals and alleyways at night can be a lot of fun. The city can be most mysterious at night--especially if there is a touch of fog or a fine mist.

Early evening is a great time to visit the plentiful cafes and have a few glasses of "rosso" or "bianco".

After dinner it is good to take a long walk and see if you can't get lost. Since the city is an island, you wont ever get too far afield and it is great fun to find new nooks and crannies at night.

For the finale, it is amazing to walk into St. Mark's Square after midnight. The whole thing is lit up and if luck is on your side you can have it all to yourself.

The Gondola

by rich77

One of the symbols of Venice... It's appraised that during the XIV century there were in Venice about 10000 gondolas, with lot of colours. After an order by law (1562), all gondolas became black. They have standard measures and the construction is not easy: they are long 11 metres and width 1.75 mt. By the popular tradition, the tooths are 6 like the sestrieres.

Take a Gondola Ride...

by steventilly

Take a Gondola Ride.

It may seem a little expensive, but the cost is per Gondola, so if you are in a group it may not work out too bad. If you're a couple, then OK, it's not very romantic to share with others. Go on, Guys. Treat her to a Gondola ride!

the ghetto area, or better the...

by utttz

the ghetto area, or better the area where the ghetto was, still called 'ghetto', is the area where the young local people go at night... the most common question you're likely to be asked is: have you got any spare cigarette?
I don't know if something has changed in the meanwhile but a nice place to go was 'il paradiso': crazy restaurant with jam sessions.

Bring an umbrella or a rain jacket

by kp1980

Pack an umbrella or a rain jacket, or at least clothes that you don't mind getting wet if there is a downpour. I was in Venice at the end of June/beginning of July and it rained on and off quite a bit. There were many times we got stuck in a downpour (not that it wasn't fun to run through all the alley-ways in the pouring rain, b/c it was).

Also, be aware that if you take the water taxi out into the lagoon and the water is a bit choppy there is a GOOD chance you'll be getting wet. Be sure to close all the windows around you. I personally got drenched when the boat tipped to the side going over a wave and another huge wave came in through the open window. Luckily, my camera was in a water resistant bag... besides that the experience made for a funny story and some great memories (all that water rushing in, covering my friends and I). However if you are not one to enjoy getting soaked or if you are on your way somewhere important... I would recommend closing the windows in rough water!

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 Gli Angeli (Sonia)

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Address: Castello Campo Tana 2161, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy