Locanda Martini

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Rio Terra San Leonardo 1314, Cannaregio, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy
Locanda Casa Martini
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
30%
24
Very Good
30%
24
Average
12%
10
Poor
12%
10
Terrible
12%
10

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 16% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families40
  • Couples69
  • Solo100
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

MONEY CONVERSION

by MLHARRISFL

Is it better to wait until I arrive in Venice to exchange USD for Euros?
This does not consider any change in the value, just which MIGHT be better. My local USA bank is charging 7 cents on the dollar for the conversion and I believe the rate may be better IN Europe. Any advice?

Re: MONEY CONVERSION

by effeti

Enquire with your bank, but usually ATM withdrawals are the cheapest way to have money.
Waiting to see what people from your country experienced in the past
Ciao
Francesco

Re: MONEY CONVERSION

by Dabs

I always wait until I get to my destination to withdraw money from the ATM, even if your bank charges you a conversion fee of 1-3% it's better than the 7% your bank is charging you, some banks don't charge anything at all so it's best to check with your bank. If your bank also charges you a transaction fee, you might consider taking out a couple hundred at a time. But I usually don't walk around with more than that in case of pickpockets, theft, carelessness, etc.

Re: MONEY CONVERSION

by leics

Most people nowadays withdraw cash from ATMs as and when they need it whilst travelling. I would take a small amount of euros with me (just in case the airport ATM or my card did not work...I like to cover all eventualities!) and change other money/withdraw more cash when I was in Venice.

Make sure you tell your bank you will be abroad, and that you know the numerical equivalent of your PIN if it contains letters: whilst ATM keyboards have letters not all shop/restaurant/hotel keypads do.

Re: MONEY CONVERSION

by gfmueden

I have difficulty with the ATM in Venice. All outside, higher than my eyes and all I saw was the reflection of the sky.. ===gm===

Travel Tips for Venice

So much to see

by tini58de

Highlights of any visit to Venice include St MarkĀ¹s Square and Basilica, the Doge's Palace, the canals and bridges and churches and markets............

There is a lot more to the city though, but you will have to leave the city center for it. Why not visit the Isle of the Dead, where famous Venetians are buried, and the fishing island of Burano and the glass-making island Murano - it won't get boring in Venice, that's for sure! Standing on top of the campanile and enjoying the superb panorama....

Campanile di San Marco

by draguza

The Campanile di San Marco, or Belltower of St. Mark's, has stood for more than a thousand years--or for less than a century, depending on how you define "truth in advertising."

Although "campanile" means "bell tower," the Campanile di San Marco did double duty as a military watchtower when it was constructed in the 10th Century. Later, as the tower was expanded and refined, its bronze-sheathed roof caught the sun's rays and acted as a daytime beacon for mariners.

The Campanile received an overhaul in the early 1500s after being damaged by an earthquake, giving it the profile that we see today. It also received its share of historic visitors, including Galileo (who showed the Doge his famous telescope in 1609), Goethe (who viewed the Adriatic from the arched windows), and Emperor Frederick III of the Holy Roman Empire, who is said to have ridden his horse up the tower in 1452.

Arsenal

by sandysmith

No not the football team but Venice's shipyard of old which once employed 16,000 people (called "Arsenalotti") to produce the fleets that sailed the Med. It was justifiably proud of its assembly line production which could construct a galley within hours.
The stone lions guarding the entrance have been 'acquired' from various Greek Islands by Venetian commanders.

Doves

by ettenaj

The flight of doves in St Marks Square wishes a welcome to tourists from all over the world. An anchient legend says the doves were brought to Venice from Cyprus in homage to the wife of the Doge, it is a must to buy maize and feed them!

WARM WINTER CLOTHING

by Onedragon

I SHOULD HAVE TAKEN A WARMER COAT WITH ME...ALSO THE GLOVES MY FRIEND IN SWITZERLAND WOULD HAVE ALSO BEEN GREAT IN VENICE..ESPECIALLY FOR ME BEING USE TO HAWAIIAN WINTERS..LONG JOHNS CAME HANDY..AND MY EXTRA SHIRTS KEPT ME SOMEWHAT WARM...
BUT IF YOU AREN'T USE TO COLD WINTERS..PLEASE TAKE PLENTY OF WARM CLOTHES..... SOME WARM SHOES WILL MAKE ALL THAT WALKING A LOT MORE PLEASANT FOR THE FEET. ESPECIALLY IF THEY KEEP THE WATER OUT OF THE INSIDE OF THE SHOES... ON THIS ONE ..I JUST PRAYED TO STAY HEALTHY... IF YOU STAY AT A BED AND BREAKFAST..REMEMBER TO TAKE A CHARGER AND CONVERTER TO RECHARGE YOUR BATTERIES FOR THE DIGITAL CAMERA. THE PLACE I STAYED ONLY HAD REGULAR OUTLETS ... BE OPTOMISTIC ..EVEN IF THINGS SEEM TO BE GOING WRONG...

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Address: Rio Terra San Leonardo 1314, Cannaregio, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy