Residenza Junghans

Terzo ramo della Palada, 394, Giudecca, Venice, Italy
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Lido hotel and sights

by kk1927

My best friend and I will be in Venice for 2 days after a Mediterranean cruise, July 11-13. We want to stay on Lido. Can anyone recommend a good hotel for $150USD or less (preferably less). We want to be able to access the water bus and see the beach. Also should we purchase a pass ahead of time since we will be traveling back and forth to Venice. On the first day we will be in Venice sightseeing. Want to do a Grand Canal tour and walk the city. On the 2nd day we will stay at Lido and hang out, maybe do a bike ride and see the beach. We would like to take a tour of Murano, Burano, and Torcello as well that day. Would it be better to take a 3 hour tour or take a water bus on our own and do each island? We don't have lots of time to spend. We will be rushing everything but we only have 2 days and want to get in as much as possible. Any recommendations will be very helpful. We are on a budget as well. Can't wait will be our first time in Europe.

Re: Lido hotel and sights

by leics

You can easily buy a vaporetto pass at any ticket office...no need to buy in advance.

Tariff in English here:

http://www.actv.it/english/navigazione.php?pagina=tariffe_vaporetto

If you are on a budget, it will be cheaper for you to visit the islands using your vaporetto pass than paying for a tour (although you may prefer an organised tour, depending on your interests).

Vaporetto timetables here:

http://www.actv.it/english/navigazione.php?pagina=ricerca_orari

and useful information on routes here:

http://europeforvisitors.com/venice/articles/vaporetto_routes2_table.htm

You don't really need an organised tour of the Grand Canal.....use the ordinary vaporetto and a good guidebook/map. The Rough Guide indestructible map of Venice is cheap and excellent. The maps you will get from your hotel/tourist info offices are paper, tear easily and are not so extensive.

To be honest, with only two days you might be better to cut out the islands and stick to Venice itself (more than enough to see for 7, let alone 2 days). You will certainly be hard-pressed to include beach/bike as well as Venice and islands.

www.venere.com is my favoured site for Italian (and European) hotels. It is reliable, has good mapping and honest guest reviews, and is used by many VT-ers. www.booking.com is also good.

You may find that prices are slightly lower in Mestre, on the mainland and about 10 minutes by frequent bus across the causeway. Bus terminates in Piazzale Roma, at one end of the Grand Canal.

Re: Lido hotel and sights

by suvanki

Hi! I hope you enjoy your cruise. Is there a particular reason why you want to stay on Lido?
If you're wanting to visit Venice, it might be better to consider staying there, and then travel to Lido. I'd recommend Venere.com to find your accommodation-click onto Lido and price range and you should find something to suit your need.
When you land in Venice I'd advise buying a multi trip ticket for the waterbus/vaporetto- the staff at the ticket offices are quite helpful-and will advise you on the best tickets for your stay.
It's easy to travel to Murano, Burano and Torcello by yourself.
I'd advise heading to Burano/Torcello,and catching Murano on the way back-The night waterbuses run to/from Murano, so you could go there in the evening (although the glass factories won't be open) Murano is less than 10 minutes from Fondamente Nuova in Cannoreggio sestiere.
As you say you don't have a lot of time to spend, I'd advise looking at your priorities-see as much as possible of Venice or hang out on Lido- 2 days doesn't really give you the luxory of both.
Please feel free to get back to me on this, I'll be happy to advise further.
Best Wishes,
Sue

Travel Tips for Venice

Take a long vaporetto ride

by ziksby

Get on a No.51 or 52 vaporetto and take a trip round the outside of Venice. You can go across the lagoon to the Lido, get off take a walk, get on another 51/52 and go back to Venice. you will see a lot from these boats that you don't see from the Canals. Like the cruise ships, fishermen, ferries, and the grand entrance to the Arsenel dockyards. Looking out over St Mark's Square from the Basillica balcony at the buildings, the crowds and the pigeons!

Feed the pigeons!

by sheryl_tan

You just have to feed the pigeons. There are so many of them. All you have to do is to get some pigeons' food from the vendors there and pour some onto your palms, and the pigeons will start to have a feast on you! Well, things may get a little messy if you know what I mean. So it is good to put on a cap and wear your wind-breaker just in case the pigeons decided that they need a break. Wet tissues come in handy too. Despite the trouble and 'dangers', it was great fun.

Grand Canal...

by CandS

This photo was taken from the taxi boat while we were driving along on the Grand Canal... We were told that most of these buildings are 'palaces'...although they looked more like hotels or apartment buildings to me. ;)

Parla italiano!

by abstract_diva

One might think everybody in a Tourist-Town like Venice spoke english - that`s not the case! Only people in Hotels & "Tourist-Trap-Places" do!

If you get lost, have a question or want to buy something english takes you nowhere! Either people do not speak english or they don`t want to.

So make sure you take along a language guide AND USE IT! A few clumsy words in italian take you farther than english!

heavy luggage

by rosafucsia

I suggest a very light trolley bag. In venice there are many bridges and it's no fun having heavy suitcases to drag around.
You can leave the heavy stuff in storage in Piazzale Roma or at the train station. In winter rubber boots are very handy!

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