Hotel Alle Acque

Via Acque, 9, Vicenza, 36045, Italy
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TRAIN TRANSPORTATION

by 1HARRIET

IS THEIR A TRAIN TO VENICE AND HOW MUCH DOES IT COST IN USA DOLLARS.

Re: TRAIN TRANSPORTATION

by YVRDave

Thats a tough one.
Sorry for being cynical but from where?

Re: TRAIN TRANSPORTATION

by dnwitte

I think Harriet is leaving from Vicenza. If so, I can tell you there's a direct line-- the trip takes about an hour or so depending on what sort of train you take( a local could be much slower) and it's very inexpensive, just a few dollars.

Re: Re: TRAIN TRANSPORTATION

by croisbeauty

As far as I know each and every hour of the day, it takes approx 1 hour to reach Venice.
Dunno about the price, but go to www.trenitalia.it, there must be information about the timetable and prices.

Re: Re: TRAIN TRANSPORTATION

by 1HARRIET

THANKS FOR THE INFO, WILL BE I N VINCENZA 5/1 TO 5/13.

HAVE A GREAT DAY

Re: Re: TRAIN TRANSPORTATION

by 1HARRIET

SORRY FROM VINCENZA TO VENICE. OOPS SENIOR MOMENT.

THANKS , HAVE A GREAT DAY

Re: Re: TRAIN TRANSPORTATION

by 1HARRIET

THANKS FOR THE INFO. BE ARRIVING 5/1/03 TILL 5/13 LOOKING FORWARD TO ALL OF IT. THANKS AND HAVE A GREAT DAY

Re: Re: TRAIN TRANSPORTATION

by croisbeauty

Vicenza is beautiful town and very underrated touristic destination. It is the town of A. Palladio greatest architect ever. Don't miss to see all of his work, in particularly Teatro Olimpico and La Rotonda. Take a look at my page, there are a plenty of photos from the city.

Travel Tips for Vicenza

Torre di Piazza

by croisbeauty

On the left of the Basilica is the Torre di Piazza, 82 meters high and 7 meters wide at the base. It was bought by the Bissari in 1226, the belfry was opened in 1311, and the top was added in 1444. You can climb up, if you dare it, right on the top of the belfry and be rewarded by magnificent view of the town and its surroundings.

Palladio and his work - the Presbytery of Duomo

by croisbeauty

About two and the half metres below the Duomo lie the remains of an 8th century basilica and another, with no less then five naves, dating from the 11th. Just twenty centimetres under the present floor are the foundations of yet another basilica, with three naves, probably dating from the 13th century. It seems certain that on this site a sacred building existed during the Roman rle of the paleo-Christian era. The look at the Duomo's Presbytery.
The Duomo is very huge building and occupy enormous space, so you cannot picture it with one shot only.

The Sunday Stroll

by Basaic

One of the local customs in Vicenza appeared to be taking a walk through the town center or one of the parks after mass on Sunday. You would see people of all ages dressed in their sunday best - walking.

Soave Castle Ruin

by BruceDunning

The castle was last built by the Scaligeri family in 13759 They constructed a mast and three circular walls, with reinforced 24 towers, leading back into today's town. The first fortress was from the 10th century, and cited as a defense from the Magyar invasions. many times the control changed hands and Venice took control through a battle in 1405, but it was captured back in 1439, and then regained again. What a struggle for such a small town. The town was burned in 1508 and 1515, and later sold to the Gritti family in 1696. There is 5882 Square meters
As you walk up one of the stone paths leading to the top, You can see the definite restoration under way at this time. The major restoring was in 1890 by Senator Camozzi. They have done a lot of work, but more to do, and it continues along the walls. Entry price is 5 Euro to view the castle. The ticket office is in a 3 room medieval home. The walls are 2400 meters long, and 36 feet high. Look up an be impressed.

The river Retrone

by croisbeauty

The two rivers flow through the town of Vicenza making it very pitoresque, the first is Retrone and the second one river of Bacchiglione. This is river of Retrone with Basilica Palladiana in prospective, one of the most suggestive scene you can shot in Vicenza.

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