Hotel Villa Delle Palme

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Dandolo 12/A - Lido, Venice, Veneto, 30126, Italy
Villa Delle Palme
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AVTO Buses Treviso Airport

by S.K.I.

Do the airport buses into Venice Maestre get full very quickly or are there always seats available to accommodate all passengers going into Venice from the Ryan air flights.

Re: AVTO Buses Treviso Airport

by leics

Buses from Treviso (where Ryanair lands) go to Venice Piazzale Roma as well as Mestre.

for timetables in English (click on the clock).

I suspect you will be ok, but if you are worried you can book online using the link above. The buses are quite frequent, timed for the various flight arrivals.

I had no probs gettting the equivalent bus from Marco Polo after my Easyjet flight...but no-one will know exactly how many people want to get the bus after your particular flight lands.

Re: AVTO Buses Treviso Airport

by AmanteDiVenezia

I used this service a couple of weeks ago and there were no problems. There was more than one bus and the first left early when it was full. I presume noone was left behind but can't be sure!

Be aware that booking online will get you a ticket but seats are not reservered.

Worst case you can get a number 6 bus to the station and the train into Venice. It is more hassle but actually a bit cheaper and maybe quicker if you time it right.

Travel Tips for Venice

Great Interactive Website

by eddilowe

I was browsing the 'Net looking at apartment rentals and found this fantastic interactive map of Venice Island. It's very detailed, down to road names and shows green areas, canals etc etc and where there are tourist sites has almost like a little 3D picture giving basic details like when it was built, how tall it is, who the architect was and so on and more detailed info on main sites. It also shows gondola stations, watertaxi points, bus stops and more.

You may find it useful....

Interactive Map of Venice

This site also has maps of the main waterbus routes, and all sorts of useful info.......

Riva degli Schiavoni

by Sjalen

OK, I am definately not the only tourist to have discovered this "promenade" along the seafront with its souvenir stalls but it is nevertheless one of my favourites in Venice. I simply love to stroll along the Lagoon and look at people and boats and sit down somewhere nice with a Veneto wine when I need to rest my feet. I know I pay much more than I would back in Cannaregio or somewhere but it is mesmerising to sit here and watch cruiseliners, street performers being harassed by the police and all other things there is to see. Moreover, if you walk along Riva, you have great sweeping views back across to the Salute Church and San Marco.

The Bridge of Sighs

by littlesam1

The story of the Bridge of Sighs is very familiar. It has been told in countless tour books and on countless VT pages. Still, it is one tourist sight at which everyone feels compelled to pose and take pictures. I was no different. Never being one to be of be ashamed to be a typical tourist, I too had to pose at The Bridge of Sighs.

It's not just Italian........

by leics

Venice has its own dialect, so even if you speak some Italian you may be slightly bemused by what you see/hear.

Streetnames in particular: a 'rio' is a canal, a 'fondamenta' is the path/street which runs alongside it (a 'riva' if it's very big), a 'rio terra' was once a canal but is now filled in, a 'sottoportego' is a passageway which goes underneath buildings (there are lots of those), a 'calle' is an alleyway.

A main street might be a 'ruga' or 'salizzda', a small street a 'ramo'. A square is a 'campo', unless it's small ('campiello') or used to be place where boats turned round ('piscina'). It cuold be a 'corte' though, if it's not much more than a courtyard........

It's the same with names: many of the churches have names which seem to bear little relations to the saints they originally commemorated.

But it's ok really, because one soon gets the hang of the streetnames (you really do need a map) and most Venetians understand 'proper' Italian, even when spoken by someone who is rubbish at it!


by nicolettart

There are endless mask shops throughout Venice, and you will find all kinds of characters from traditional Commedia dell'Arte masks to modern designs. Traditional masks are papier-mache,but you will also find cheaper versions in plastic or plaster.


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Address: Via Dandolo 12/A - Lido, Venice, Veneto, 30126, Italy