Expert Travel Advice to Venice

Top Answers To Venice Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    I'd recommend Bologna, an interesting town about halfway that's famous for its socialist leanings (lots of students, the buses run on time!), interesting cuisine and cured meats, and its attractive medieval cityscape.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    What about the Lido, an 11-mile-long sandbar that's home to about 20,000 residents? It's a 15-minute ferry ride from Venice proper, plus you can catch ferries to the airport and places like Murano. My wife and I stayed here while visiting Venice in November several years ago; accommodations are cheaper here than on Venice, plus you get a nice view of all the historic buildings and churches as you ride the "Vaporetto" (aka, water bus) each morning. The Lido is also the venue for the Venice Film Festival each September, plus has a touristy beach area that's popular in summer.
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    Love2Travel answered:
    My favorite place is Rafaellos--it is ja small restaurant located off the grand canal on a side canal--if you walk away from the entrance to the church in San Marco piazza and go straight through the archway opposite the church, you stay along that walkway past the Hotel Bauer and many other smaller hotels and it is just before you cross a bridge. They have excellent house wine and good pasta at reasonable prices. They have my favorite dessert--Tartufo as well as Tiramisu.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    I'm unable to find any train information from Montevecchia to Venice, though once you get to Venice there is plenty to see and do. Depending on your interests and location, you should check out Things to Do in Venice here (http://bit.ly/hzxps8)

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