San Paolo Bed & Breakfast

Cannaregio, 4627 Calle Valmarana, Venice, 30121, Italy
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train or car for 4-5 people

by brucelieb

I was reading other posts..The train makes great sense but at 40 euros does it pay to rent a car in Orvieto and drive on? Or in Roma and drive on stopping perhaps at Assis.


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Re: Train from Venice to Rome
Posted: Mon June 29, 2009 05:40 AM UTC
You will find train times, details and fares in English on:

http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/homepage_en.html

One-way fares start at 40.50 euro but are mostly 61.80. Journey time around 4.5 - 5 hours. Trains are frequent...every 30 minutes between 6-10 am, then roughly hourly.

Re: train or car for 4-5 people

by puerto_lover

I was in Venice last week. Went by train to Verona. In the queue to get a ticket was chatting to two Australians who had reserved a hire car at Venice for their onward journey with a global car hire company. They had turned up at the rental desk to be told they had no cars ! This was after reconfirmation a few days earlier and having booked through the global booking system. Obviously July is a busy time and all kinds of upsets can occur. Usually the train does run though. Venice is such a busy place for tourism that its not surprising that hiccups occur. And so is Rome.

Re: train or car for 4-5 people

by brucelieb

we are talking Christmas but you have a point not to mention the roads and snow?

Re: train or car for 4-5 people

by effeti

Christmas?
It will be easier to find a car but please consider:
1) you have to cross the Appennini mountains, and it can snow. In case of heavy snow your car trip can turn in a long nightmare: there is always some smart heavy truck driver that thinks HE doesn't need chains and locks the highway... :(

2) from Bologna to Venice there is heavy fog risks, even if quite low around and after noon.

Ciao
Franceso

Re: train or car for 4-5 people

by leics

Apart from the above very good points.......one-way car hire carries a premium, and you also have to factor in cost of fuel. And there's the hassle of driving, especially in winter.....

You can, I believe, get cheaper train fares for more than one person (Amica?) on some routes/times so it's worth exploring the ferroviedellostato website.

Re: train or car for 4-5 people

by brucelieb

thank you all very much

Travel Tips for Venice

a bridge on canal

by evona

Venice is a unique town. The canals and bridges instead of "normal" streets. Often you can see hanging laundry on the canal... I like this view, this make the specific atmosphere of Venice. Canals, gondolas, bridges, many tourists, great ice cream, pizza on the street, elegant shops and restaurants... venetian masks, glass of Murano... and many more

Just get yourself lost in the...

by erin79

Just get yourself lost in the streets. All day I just walked around with no destination in mind. Meandering through the streets was fine with me. My fondest memory was sitting in the gondola realxing after walking around the city all day.

Sestiere Cannaregio

by croisbeauty

Cannaregio is my favourite part of the town, it is definetely different face of Venice we know, less crowded by tourists and very pieceful, almost idyllic. When you have enough of endless "human river" and constant pushings around Rialto or San Marko, take direction to most northern part of the town, it is where Cannaregio is situated. Here you can walk all alone in the streets or campos, have your meal without rush or just sipping your drink undisturbed by the neverending stories you have to listen when sitting in cafes of San Polo, Dorsoduro or San Marco.

Inspiring city for painters

by sachara

Venice is a romantic and picturesque city, which inspired many painters and artists allready for centuries.

At the Ponte dell Accademia with saw this artist painting the Basilica di S Maria della Salute. For sure he was not the first to do so.

Campanile or bell tower

by sim1


This is the Campanile di San Marco or Bell tower of St. Marks's. The current bell tower is not as old as you would think. It was completed only 85 years ago as an exact replica of its predecessor! The original bell tower collapsed unexpectedly on the morning of July 14, 1902. There were many projects about the place and the method of building of the new bell tower but the Venetian citizen wanted it like and where it was. The reconstruction was completed in 1912.

Although campanile means bell tower, the Campanile di San Marco also did 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.

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Address: Cannaregio, 4627 Calle Valmarana, Venice, 30121, Italy