Hotel Claudia Augusta

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Vio San Francesco d'Assisi 1, Casale sul Sile, Treviso, Veneto, 31032, Italy
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transportation from venice to trevizo?

by jerep287

I am looking for information on how to get from the marco polo
international to hotel claudia augusta hotel in treviso? Bus or train advice is preferable!! I would appreciate this
information greatly!!!!!!



Re: transportation from venice to trevizo?

by qaminari

There's a bus from Marco Polo Airport which stops at Mestre on its way into Venice (P. Roma) and from Mestre you can jump on a train to Treviso, direct, +/- 20 minutes and there are plenty of trains. However I gather the hotel is out in the middle of nowhere, aimed at car travellers, so you'll probably need a taxi from the station in Treviso.

Re: transportation from venice to trevizo?

by mccalpin

Geography lesson: Place names in Italy can be confusing, and this is a case in point. In declining order of size, you have the country (Italia), regions (e.g., Lazio, Campania, Umbria, etc.), provinces (Roma, Treviso, etc.) and cities (Roma, Treviso, etc.)...oh, nevermind about the cities and towns and neighborhoods and all the smaller stuff...the important thing for you to note, dear OP, is that many provinces (most? all?) have the same name as the major city in that province. That is, the province of "Roma" is not just the city of Rome and its suburbs, but also consists of all the cities and towns around it - to the tune of 5,300+ square kilometers.

The reason this is important to you is because the hotel is actually in Casale sul Sile (Treviso), which means that it is not in the city of Treviso at all, but in the province of Treviso. The hotel is actually halfway between Marco Polo airport and Treviso, as you will see if you look up this address at :
Via San Francesco d'Assisi 1 (hmmmn, sometimes the address is listed as "Vicolo San Francesco d'Assisi" - oddly enough, the hotel's website doesn't give a street address)
Casale sul Sile - the town

So, first of all, there is no point in traveling to Treviso, since you wan't be any closer to the hotel. Second, if you look at the hotel's website (, you'll see that it doesn't mention any public transportation when describing how to get to the hotel - it looks like Lyn is correct that this hotel expects you to arrive by car. Third, the hotel is "only" 15 kilometers by taxi from the airport (Treviso is no closer, and Venice Mestre is even farther away).

So, I would say (1) either take a taxi from the airport, or (2) send an email to and see if the hotel has any other suggestions (maybe a hotel shuttle to the airport?)...


Travel Tips for Venice

take the short trip to the...

by soxdcat

take the short trip to the very top of the Campanille, or the Bell Tower, which has been striking the hour for the last 500 years. The view is absolutely breath taking; you feel as free as the wind up there! The entire trip is a fond memory for me, but if i had to choose, it would be strolling through St. Marc's Square and just taking in the magnificent architecture.

Views across Venice

by sue_stone

One thing I really love about Venice is the Campanile di San Marco, or Bell Tower of St. Mark's, which stands magnificently in Piazza San Marco.

For the best views in Venice, jump in the elevator and ride to the top. From here you can see this fabulous city laid out below you. You can see out into the lagoon and all the islands in the distance.

And you can still even see the pigeons! Just take a look and tell me how anyone could not think this is an amazing city!

Castello Scene

by sandysmith

Just a typical view of the Castello area - quiet canals with little bridges - notice the lack of people here! Colourful houses too -almost Burano style at the end of this canal! Wandering around the canals of Castello you could only go so far, canals came to a dead end or the path suddenly stopped at a canal junction. Several towers were nicely reflected too - probably part of the Arsenale complex, and probably why you couldn't go any further - unless by private boat.

Rialto Markets - The commercial heart of Venice.

by Jerelis

The true heart of the Rialto Markets are the vegetables sellers at the Campo de la Pescaria and around the Campo San Giacome di Rialto and the Pescaria (the site of the fish market) between Campo delle Beccarie and the Canal Grande (Grand Canal). During the 11th century the Rialto area became the commercial heart of Venice. Therefore near the Rialto Markets offices connected with trade, banking and sea traffic were established. We can trully say that the Rialto Markets are situated at a magical place.

One of the beautiful buildings is the Ca’d’Oro (Golden House) whom Canal Grande facade is probably the most magnificent example of domestic Gothic architecture in Venice. The present building of the Pescheria was built in 1917, but fish has been sold in this site for over 600 years. The building running along the Canal Grande and ending at the Campo de le Pescaria is called Fabbriche Nuove, amazing architecture! We simply loved this colourful place full of life.

Wehenever you haven´t had enough, near the church of San Giacomo di Rialto you´ll find fruit sellers open in the afternoon too.

Rialto Markets, San Polo

From the vaporetto stop at Ponte di Rialto (Rialto Bridge) cross the bridge and work your way to the right and you’ll encounter the Erberia along the water and the Pescheria is further along.

Opening hours:
Pescaria (fish market):
07:30 am – 12:00 pm
Erbaria (vegetable market):
07:30 am – 13:00 pm

Packing List

by naranja

Venice is not a large town and almost all sites are easily reached walking. Bring good shoes and keep walking and walking. Should your feet hurt, no problem, find your way to the next canal and get on the bus! Meaning the vaporetto, their schedule is frequent and the wait is never more than a few minutes. This is the best view to see the beautiful palaces from the waterside, were they are showing their best face.


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 Hotel Claudia Augusta

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Address: Vio San Francesco d'Assisi 1, Casale sul Sile, Treviso, Veneto, 31032, Italy