What readers are saying
about Venice for
I'm preparing for my third trip
to Venice, and stumbled upon your site reading about gondolas--finally going to
spring for it ;o). I have been to Venice before but your site is FLIPPIN'
AWESOME! SOOOOOOOOOOOO much practical information in an understandable
presentation. Love you guys.
I'm going to tell everyone I know
about your site!
Thank you, Thank You, Thank You!
Just wanted to drop you a note
of thanks for your wonderful site! We will be leaving Sunday for our honeymoon
and I knew to anticipate things like carrying bags long distances. But you had
several tips that were very useful, including how to take the bus from the
airport to Piazzale Roma. Believe it or not, I had a great deal of trouble
figuring that out until I found your site! Thank you so much for sharing your
wealth of knowledge about Venice. I cannot wait to be there!
My husband and I want to thank you for your great help in planning our 7-day trip to Venice through Venice for Visitors.
Before leaving Montreal, we read your articles, #1 warning, Venice travel blog,
etc. We also appreciated the short videos. With your advice we think we have
been acting like a local! We really enjoyed our stay and expect to return to
Venice next June.
We are frequent Venezia
A friend asked for a short guide to visit Venezia in 5
days (not so bad).
Just a quick note of appreciation: our
family is planning to visit Venice in early January 2013 and as we hunted
the net this morning we stumbled into your cornucopia of a site. Thank you
thank you thank you. We are going to become avid readers over the coming
months. Thank you for preparing answers to so many of the questions that we
hadn't even realized we needed to ask!
Best wishes from the mountains of New Zealand,
Thanks for a great website that has been very helpful while planning my
six-week stay here.
Warmest thanks for all of the information you provided regarding Venice! I just wanted to send a note to thank you for the superior detail that assisted me so greatly with our pre- cruise planning. The Hotel Olimpia was perfect as were all of the other pages of info you detail.
How fortunate that I stumbled onto your site!!
My very best to you both,
Thank you for the "How to Buy an Imob.Venezia
Card" article!....If I was a better swimmer, I could probably have saved
money by swimming, but since I'm not, I am very happy to have the imob card.
You saved me a boat-load of money, pun intended!
Just a short note of thanks for your wonderful, informative web site on Venice. We have just led a tour group ( our
third) through Israel and chose, Athens, Rome and Venice as a 'bolt on' extension tour.
Our tour group have now departed home to Australia and my wife and I are staying on at the Delfino Hotel in Mestre. Your site info has helped me confirm the exact location to pick up our HAL cruise in a few days time and to plan our exploration of Mestre this afternoon.
Thank you both for having blessed my wife and me on what is to be our pre-retirement holiday.
A.S., Brisbane, Australia.
Iwould like to commend you on an
excellent, informative, well-constructed and easy-to-naigate site. It is most
comprehensive and I have found it most helpful in planning our upcoming stay in
Venice and our following departure on a cruise.
I don't know you are or
where you are, but your Web site is by far and away the best for planning a trip
R.H., Minnesota, USA
My wife and I can't
thank you enough for your outstanding Venice for Visitors website. We used
it extensive before to plan the overview, details and logistics for our trip
and found your organization, writing style and tips to be terrific. (We
The #1 best recommendation by far was to stay in Mestre at the Plaza Hotel.
It fit our needs perfectly because we arrived by train and had to leave for
a very early flight at Marco Polo airport yesterday morning. It was great
walking across the street to our hotel, which was truly four stars in every
way -- especially the massive and high-quality buffet breakfast. We walked
two blocks at 5 a.m. yesterday to the airport bus, and it all worked. Going
to Venice every day took 10 minutes on a multitude of regional trains for
only 1.20 Euro each way.
And you were right about these Mestre hotels costing half of comparable
hotels in Venice. We sat next to a couple on our flight that stayed near
the Academia, booked by a travel agent. Their three-star hotel was old,
threadbare and had a poor breakfast -- all for 275 Euros per room per
night. When it really poured one morning, they saw many travelers getting
off the Vaporetto and slogging through blocks with six to eight inches of
standing water, wheeling their suitcases right through the water. Wow.
Thanks again for all. We're recommending your website to others.
R.B., Illinois, USA
I ought to
mention that the best resource for Venice anywhere on the Web is 'Venice for
Visitors.' It's comprehensive and it's very, very good.
The premier travel-planning site
for Venice, Italy since 1997
Too many bridges, too little
1 Venice Hotel Warning,
then choose from hotels in all price ranges near airport buses, taxis, trains, cruise piers, and airport-boat stops.
Venice cruise guide:
Venice for Cruisers
How to reach your ship,
hotels near the piers, roundtrip cruises from Venice, cruise
reviews, and more.
120+ photo maps:
Zoom in on Venice's
neighborhoods, islands, airport, cruise piers, etc. from above, with
detailed descriptions of what you're seeing.