Venezia Residence

Via Santa Croce E San Polo, Venice, Veneto, Italy
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In Transit - Night Stay at Venice

by aquil

Dear members, I have a night stay in transit at Venice (24 hours on 05 April 2009). I want to avail this transit to its fullest. i have no problems in remaining outdoors; but I would defenitely like to rest / sleep a little in a room. Please advise me on following:-
(1) where and how to go from the airport.
(2) where to stay , how much would it cost (my budget is not more than 30 USD)

Re: In Transit - Night Stay at Venice

by mccalpin

A couple of months ago, a VTer posted this note:
"...A small hotel in the inside of the station is very appreciated by the guests.
This hotel, named Albergo Diurno is a day hotel, where the guests have the possibility to stay a few hours and to make a rest, until the arriving of the train...." - see

Note that "Albergo Diurno" is not the name of the hotel; it's Italian for "day hotel".

The train station's website doesn't have much information about it - see
but at least you know it's still there...

Note that Santa Lucia also have Deposito Bagagli services (Left Luggage), so you can drop your luggage, take a nap, whatever...note that the day hotel is open only during the day (like 8 am to 9 pm). If you want a place to sleep at night, you'll need something else...


P.S. on how to get to Venice from the airport, you need to tell us which airport: Marco Polo (which is Venice's airport), or Treviso (which some discount carriers call "Venice") either case, both airports' websites have the information you want on how to get to Venice...

Re: In Transit - Night Stay at Venice

by leics

Getting to either airport is easy by bus (from Piazzale Roma), but Treviso is considerably further away. gives timetables etc. is the best site (imo) for finding accommodation in Italy. You could also look at and

Venice is expensive, so a hostel is likely to be the only option within your budget (unless the day hotel Bill mentions is reasonably-priced). You could consider staying in Mestre, on the mainand over the causeway, where prices are a little lower. Getting to the airports from there is equally easy.

Re: In Transit - Night Stay at Venice

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Travel Tips for Venice

Our first Glimpse of Venice

by guell

As soon as we hopped off the train we jumped on a Vaporetto, Venice's version of mass transit, to our hotel. I couldn't believe my eyes. We were really in Venice, and I was literally on the Grand Canal, Venice’s super highway. There were boats everywhere and not a single Vespa to be seen. Was I dead? Was this heaven?



Due to its changing history, Venice is packed with various worth seeing architectural buildings. Italian, Arabic and Byzantine styles are representing the city. So keep your eyes open when making your way through the labyrinth of alleys and canals.

Santa Maria della Salute

by Goner

You can’t miss this imposing structure at the mouth of the Grand Canal. Waterbus No. 1 takes you from S. Marco and stops in front of the majestic Salute Church. The name “Salute” means health and salvation, hence the name of the church that was built in thanks for delivering the city from the plague epidemic of 1630. The interior is as somber as this photo taken on a cloudy March day. Its grandest feature is the large domed chancel and the ornate high alter sculptures. The best paintings are in the sacristy to the left of the alter. There are also dramatic ceiling paintings of Cain and Abel, the Sacrifice of Abraham and Isaac, and David and Goliath.

Training for the Regatta

by zrim

These dedicated rowers train for the upcoming competitions. I think the biggest and most important are during Carnival. This training session was on a Thursday morning of a feast day and therefore they probably had the day off from work. Have to admire their dedication of straining at the oars during a holiday--myself, I'd probably be at the cafes.

Packing Checklist

by sue_stone

If you are like the majority of (budget) travellers in Venice - make sure if you have a suitcase it not only has wheels, but that you are strong enough to carry/drag it up and down stairs/over bridges as you wander around for ages looking for your hotel... Comfy shoes are a must for Venice's cobble stoned streets....and you will do A LOT of walking here. You may want to bring something a little nicer to wear out at night, but don't plan on walking too far in your stilettos! You will need as many spare digital camera cards or films as you can pack....Venice is so amazing....and ever corner you turn brings with it another photo opportunity.... click!


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Address: Via Santa Croce E San Polo, Venice, Veneto, Italy