Hotel Marte

Ponte delle Guglie, Cannaregio 388, Venice, 30121, Italy
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Forum Posts

Venice to Paris Overnight Train

by alan18

We plan to ride an overnight train (Artesia Night 220) to Paris after a 3-day stay in Venice. Anybody had some experience with the train ride? Is the 1st-class sleeper compartment clean, safe and comfy? THANKS!

Re: Venice to Paris Overnight Train

by ViajesdelMundo

I have used overnight compartments in Europe over many years, including in and out of Italy, and always found the units to be clean. Sometimes, the toilets at end of the car may be less so.

Safety, of course, mostly depends upon your attention, and I would never leave my valuables unattended; of cours, lock the door when sleeping.

I am sure someone will answer soon with more specific info; buen viajes!

Travel Tips for Venice

wandering the 'streets' of Venice

by danmcf

Many people only think of Piazza San Marco when visiting Venice, but there is so much more. Churches around almost every corner, 'streets' that come in many different sizes - most too small for a car even if they were allowed, and the canals - these too come in many different sizes. Just walking the labyrinth of 'streets' and getting lost in it all. The streets and canals can be of several different types: Fondamente, calli, salizzzade, canali, rii, ponti, rii terra, and sottoportico - which are translate to: street along a canal, narrow street, paved road, channel, small channel, bridge, a channel covered over to make a street, and covered passageways.
The best way to discover the hidden little secrets is to just head off down a path and follow what interests your eyes. You'll eventually find a yellow sign directing you to some tourist attraction, or you may just find yourself at a dead end. If this happens, just head off in another direction, and if you find yourself at another dead end - don't worry about it, your on vacation and it's not like you've gotta be somewhere.

Get your bearings from the tower

by puerto_lover

Arriving at St Marks Square it may be sensible to visit the bell tower to obtain a 360 degree vista of Venice. Cost is €8 (2009) and it is open all day long. The lift takes you up to below the bells and you have a wide stone platform enclosed by wire to allow great views. Look down to the square itself and see the tables opposite Florians - unsurprisingly empty when the sun is at its hottest.
See the distant Lido although not the sandy beach. Admire the beauty of the Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute. Enjoy another aspect of the Basilica this time from a birds eye.

Venice - Basillica di San Marcos, side entrance

by Martin_S.

At the Basillica di San Marcos, is done in style. You can see fluted columns, friezes, statues of people and griffins, a pope, cherubs and a whole passle of other things, just get up close and personal to see it all.

Oh almost forgot to mention, the entrance to Basillica di San Marcos is restricted by dress code, if you have shorts, sandals or short sleeved dress, you will not be allowed entrance...so come prepared.

Accomodation prices

by HORSCHECK

By law, accomodations in Italy must display the room prices in the rooms. In every room you will find a form that publishes the minimum and maximum price for the room. So if you were told a different price, don't hesitate to complain at the reception.

Surviving Venice in the Summer

by msbrandysue

During the summer it is hot. And I live in Houston, Texas so I know what hot is, trust me! So make sure to bring a battery operated, hand-held fan or something to cool yourself with while wandering Venice. These battery operated ones can be found at Walmart, Hobby Lobby, etc for under $5. You can thank me later ;)

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