Locanda Ca La Bricola

First Entrance San Marco 489, Venice, 30124, Italy
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travel cards

by eclectica

Hi,
We will be visiting Venice for 5 days. Have been looking at travel passes, but am getting quite confused. What is the best value for crossings to fusina, visiting Murano burano and generally getting around. also want to visit a few musems etc
cheers

Re: travel cards

by bekerovka

Hy,
I think you need the Venice card. It's good for all pubblic transports and for see many museums, churches and other monuments.
Take a look here for fares, free events, ecc. :http://www.hellovenezia.com/jsp/en/venicecard/index.jsp
Ciao, Marco

Re: travel cards

by eclectica

Thanks for that! Do you know how far we can travel with this? C ould we get to Chioggia? Also will then be staying a couple of days in Traveso - coulld we use it to get that far?
Cheers!

Re: travel cards

by Zvrlj

Beside the Venice Card, good pick is Chorus ticket for at least 16 churches (including Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari).

Have a good time in Venice

Re: travel cards

by bekerovka

hy,
I asked to call center... Yes, it's good from Venice to Chioggia. In piazzale Roma there are some buses to Chioggia, if you want to go with vaporetto: line 11 Lido-Chioggia.
For Venice-Treviso it isn't good but there are very cheap transferts. Look at here: http://www.toandfromtheairport.com/venice.html#TSF
Ciao, Marco e BUON VIAGGIO!!!

Re: travel cards

by hollymount

As an aside when in Venice going through the various museums, walking tours etc I would strongly recommend doing the "secret tour" of the Doges Palace, a fascinating insight into government in the 15/16 century.
Enjoy.

Re: travel cards

by hawkhead

There are frequent trains from Venice to Treviso, the fare is Euros 4.65 return. If you are going to the airport at Treviso, there is a shuttle bus from piazzale Roma direct to the airport. However, a cheaper option with more choice is to take the trainto Treviso and then take a bus from the station - runs very frequently and only costs Euro 1.
The Chorus Pass costs Euros 9 and is good for 16 churches. As each church on the list costs Euros 3 to enter without the Pass, any visit above 3 will be worth the cost of the pass. You can visit each church on the list only once. Just returned from Venice and we did all 16 churchs (were there for five weeks), so we certainly got our money's worth!!
When you go to Murano take the Murano Diretto from either P. Roma or Ferrovia - the trip takes 20 minutes, as opposed to the other route which will take at least 50 minutes. Burano is 40 minutes at least from Venice by the direct vaporetto.
Venice is very walkable. As I said, we were there fore five weeks, so none of the passes was any good. And we were glad we hadn't bought a pass as upon calculation, even if we had bought one for a few days, we still wouldn't have recouped the cost. I don't think there is a five-day pass so you will have to work out when you are going to go where - by far the biggest expense in Venice is transportation. Euros 6.50 per trip, regardless of length. The day pass is Euros 14, so you would have to take 3 trips to make it worthwhile. Similar calculations required for the 2 and three day passes.

Travel Tips for Venice

San Marco - not just a...

by lichinga

San Marco - not just a church, nor a simple symbol of power..... this church has an overwhelming spirit which ties you to the ancient times when the Venetian ships went here and there along the Adriatic sea and the eastern Meditarranean and they always felt like being at home!

Venice Tip

by SydneyGal

Piazza San Marco by night. The Piazza is lined with cafes and restaurants which have live classical music groups. You can either dine or have a drink in one of the cafes ... otherwise, you can just join the swelling crowd and stand just outside the cafes (this was the poor backpacker option!) The guys who play are very entertaining and talented! Listening to them is one of my favourite memories of Venice.

San Giorgio

by croisbeauty

San Giorgio or the island of the Cypresses is situated opposite the piazzetta of Saint Mark. In 982 it became the site of a Benedictine monastery by order of Giovanni Morosini. The earthquake of 1223 destroyed part of the buildings on the island, but the reconstruction began immediately under the doge Pietro Zani, who was buried here in 1929.
In the 15th century the island became the focal point of the artistic-cultural revolution that was ragging in Italy.
In 1559 Palladio built the Refectory, which today contains a Marriage of the Virgin by Tintoretto, and in 1565 hebegan building the church, completed in 1610 by Simone Sorella.

flooding

by LOHRER

aqua alta, very common situation in Venice these days. the City sinks every year more and more, the sea claims back what has been hers in the first place.
so it is quite useful to set your visit accordingly, Springtime holds major obsticals for enjoying your stay fully
more later
an other thing you will see in the backstreets, dry-time for the daily washing. it always makes a good picture too

Carnival 2003

by Pierangelo

Look all my CARNIVAL 2003 pics on: http://www.pbase.com/carnival/cyrano

CYRANO:
Mais que diable allait-il faire,
Mais que diable allait-il faire dans cette galere?. . .
Philosopher, metaphysician,
Rhymer, brawler, and musician,
Famed for his lunar expedition,
And the unnumbered duels he fought, -
And lover also, - by interposition! -
Here lies Hercule Savinien
De Cyrano de Bergerac,
Who was everything, yet was naught.

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