Locanda Arte Venice

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2900/2901 Calle del Frutariol, San Marco, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy
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Very Good
31%
6
Average
36%
7
Poor
5%
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Terrible
26%
5

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 22% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families60
  • Couples50
  • Solo0
  • Business33

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Bocca di Leone at Santa Maria della VisitazioneBocca di Leone at Santa Maria della Visitazione

The red marble columns of the loggia.The red marble columns of the loggia.

A Ferry to nowhereA Ferry to nowhere

It's coming, hooray! It's big and smells good!It's coming, hooray! It's big and smells good!

Forum Posts

Transfers from Train Station to Venice

by pc02141

Hello,
We will be arriving in Venice by train on July 27. Does anyone have suggestions on the best method of transportation from the train station to the port where we will board the Ruby Princess? I would appreciate all suggestions. We have a group of about 14 people.

Re: Transfers from Train Station to Venice

by sufr54

I would contact Princess Cruises and find out their exact location. Most likely they will dock east of St Marks Square about 1K.

If so, you can walk out of the train station, about 50 meters and catch the water taxi and get really close, but Princess should be able to get you the best information.

How close is your schedule, hopefully not close so you can enjoy Venice a little.

Re: Transfers from Train Station to Venice

by leics

You do need to confirm exactly where your ship is docked.

Then look up Venice on google and use the google map link to zoom in and see where the railway station is in relation to the dock.

If it is docked in the Bacino Stazione Marittima (near Piazzale Roma) then it might be possible to walk. Having checked

http://www.vtp.it/pages/calendario/calendarioFiltri.jsp?m=6&r=N

for your ship and date, I think that is where it will be.

With luggage you might prefer to take land taxis from P.Roma (P. Roma is a few minutes across the bridge from Santa Lucia railway station: turn left as you exit the station and walk straight on). Taxi trip will only last a couple of minutes. There may also be a shuttle bus, or you can take ordinary bus 6 (both from P.Roma, which is where all land traffic stops).

http://europeforvisitors.com/venice/articles/venice-cruise-terminal-marittima.htm has useful info.

If your ship is docked elsewhere (e.g. San Basilio) then you may be able to take a vaporetto (waterbus) from P. Roma. One-way fare is 6.50 euro, vaporetto routes, timetables and info here in English:

http://www.actv.it/english/home.php

Travel Tips for Venice

Night over Venice

by cruela

It's more than beautiful if you see Venice for the first time, during the night. At the same moment it's divine and sad. And just try to walk through those narow streets and over the bridges, and you will feel like in the movie. I loved it, I felt like in the great movie "Death in Venice". So unreal, yet it's true....

Cat guards the glass !!

by kph100

When in venice you must buy Murano glass.

But do beware, its fair to say a lot of the stuff is imported from China and is not made in Murano.

We found this cat curled up in a shop on Murano, amazing that it doesnt damage the displays.

Rialto Bridge

by nicolettart

The best thing is to take a trip down the Grand Canal and saok in the beauty! There is nothing in then world like approaching the Rialto Bridge--you can't believe it's true! Or seeing Santa Maria della Salute.. I could go on and on.....

Venice closed with rope

by Martin_S.

We found this shop, closed for the afternoon siesta. You can see that the only thing preventing entrance was a single rope across the dooorway. We looked inside, the shop was small and completely empty of people. I wish all people could be this sure of the honesty of those around them. How many of us even leave our doors unlocked when we are in our homes??

How to Pack Light - Women

by ChristaV

Always pack a fold-up bag in your suitcase that you can use for purchases when your suitcase get over filled. Also try and take expandable suitcase 1. Decide what you will wear to travel in.
2. 1 long skirt of scrunchy, naturally wrinkly fabric OR one simple long dress
3. 1 pair light-colored heavyweight pants, jeans type but preferably not blue
4. 1-2 pairs shorts or ¾ pants
5. 1 long-sleeved blouse
6. 4 light tops
7. 1 - 2 bathing suits. Take two if you know you will be changing locations a lot; depending on the heat and humidity, they may not dry overnight (ditto underwear).
8. 3-5 pair’s underwear, 1-2 bras depending on how often you expect to be able to wash items and have them dry by your departure time.
9. 1 oversized T-shirt (for sleeping, beach cover up, etc.)
10. 2 pair’s shoes - 1 pair good walking shoes, already broken in, and one "nice" (but still very comfortable and well-soled!) pair for enjoying the nightlife. Tuck socks into the shoes to save space.
11. 1 windbreaker or other light, waterproof jacket
12. 1 big scarf or square, tie-able sarong - suitable as emergency skirt for monastery and church sightseeing. 14. Small-size toiletries and makeup (often, lodgings don't provide things like shampoo) –
15. necessary medications in original bottles, tampons, toilet paper, Imodium tablets, sun-block, plasters, sun glasses, sun hat, sun tan lotion mosquito repellent, multi-purpose anti-biotic 13. Camera, extra rolls of film, batteries, chargers etc. 16. daypack, money belt
17. washing powder, pocket knives
18. needle & treat, clothes line, plug for bath/basin, whistle, flashlight, calculator, pen & notebook, Travel adaptor
19. passport, ticket, money, purse

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Address: 2900/2901 Calle del Frutariol, San Marco, Venice, Veneto, 30124, Italy