Locanda Herion

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Cannareggio 1704, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy
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  • Couples83
  • Solo75
  • Business75

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Venitian water level November 2009

by LaBuccaneerDonna

Ciao! I was wondering if anyone knew what the current water levels were in Venice, mid-November 2009. If I'm not mistaken, it should be a time of "high water". Is it and if so, about how high is that? Many thanks in advance for your time and consideration.

Re: Venitian water level November 2009

by travelgourmet

November is usually the high mark for "acqua alta". Last year in December was very high with flooding in many areas. Above the knee in St. Mark's Square. But, overall, things carry on, as best they can. If you don't hear a siren, then you will stay dry. The water usually recedes within hours.

Re: Venitian water level November 2009

by travelgourmet

I found some photos of the Dec. 08 flooding that may interest you on website: http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2008/12/venice_under_water.html

Re: Venitian water level November 2009

by LaBuccaneerDonna

thanks :), that's what I thought, I was also wandering if anyone had just gotten back and had new information, but the website was a great help! :)

Re: Venitian water level November 2009

by effeti

Take a look here for actual situation info and 2 days forecasts:
http://www.comune.venezia.it/flex/cm/pages/ServeBLOB.php/L/EN/IDPagina/1748

Ciao
Francesco

Re: Venitian water level November 2009

by leics

This page also has useful info about acqua altae:

http://europeforvisitors.com/venice/articles/acqua-alta.htm

Not something to worry about. Not all of Venice is affected anyway.

Re: Venitian water level November 2009

by rocee

Two websites for you to check out:
venicebanana.com - click webcams - look at the one for San Marco in particular -right now it is dry - a few days ago it was a little flooded. Since San Marco is the lowest area in Venice, it usually floods first so this is a good gauge.
Also the one Francesco suggested comune.venezia.it. Up in the top red banner area, towards the right side, you will find "English version" - it's difficult to see, but it's there. On the right as you scroll down you will see "Tides Forecast," click and you will get a graph of the tides. Also to the left you can click more topics, including FAQ about acqua alta.

Travel Tips for Venice

Venice at night

by Sjalen

Venice is romantic no matter what time of day but in the evenings (click to enlarge picture) it is worth to stroll to St Mark's to experience the waterfront at dusk with couples going for gondola rides and street lamps lit, all giving you an urgent "please don't make me have to leave this city ever" feeling. Where do I start? Do you have ten hours? :)))

Taking the grand tour...

by Profsmiley

We had limited time in Venice - so to make the most of it, we walked around the city. Starting from the Piazza San Marco, we crossed the Grand Canale over Ponte Rialto. Then walked towards the Ponte dell Academia passing through numerous charming campos and canals... And completed the tour by reaching Piazza San Marco again.

It's quite easy to navigate through Venice once you figure out all the important venue names. There are signs all over the city, follow them if it's your first time. Otherwise, it's easy to find yourself in a maze :) Taking this picture of Ponte dei Sospiri (Bridge of Sighs). The gondols moving along quietly... After a long day of exploring Venice, it was telling me - 'here, life goes on as it is... no matter how many tourists come along...'

We enjoyed watching this...

by Jillworld

We enjoyed watching this glass-blowing demonstration. An amazing craft! If you need a Venetian souvenir, perhaps look for some of this glass, the traditional drama masks, or the exquisite lace work.

Learning the basics in Italian

by nicolchris

I suppose this tip applies to anywhere you travel but just learning a few words in Italian goes a long way. Just saying good morning, thank you etc gets a better response, even if the person is speaking to you in English. I just always think its good manners and I think the locals feel the same way.

Masks

by croisbeauty

The symbol of Carnival is definetely the mask, the mask of Comedia dell'Arte, the Neapolitan mask, the one created today with inspiration and iimagination by skilled craftsmen.
Masks were already used in the 18th century, people wore masks on the feast of Saint Stephen and on Shrove Tuesday, but there were numerous prohibitions indicating that the mask was not only an ornament used for amusement.
The most famous of the Venetian masks is certainly the "bauta", the white mask, smooth and essential. "Moretta" is black oval mask with holes only for the eyes, "Gnaga" is the cat mask, while the mask of the "plague doctor" is with a long nose.

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Address: Cannareggio 1704, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy