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Walking directions to Hotel Florida (with map)

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Hotel Florida, Venice

The two-star Hotel Florida is one of the closest hotels to the Santa Lucia Railroad Station.

Getting from your train to the hotel is easy:

Hotel Florida map directions

  1. Leave the station by the front door or (if you have luggage, a stroller, or a wheelchair) by the side door near the platforms.
  1. When you reach the wide fondamenta or pavement in front of the station, turn left.

  2. Walk past the Scalzi Church (on the corner next to the station) and the Scalzi Bridge.

  3. At the corner of Calle Priuli ai Cavalletti (just beyond the bridge), turn left and walk down the narrow pedestrian street.

  4. The Hotel Florida is a few doors down, with a hanging sign above the entrance.

From the Piazzale Roma:

  1. Look for the Calatrava Bridge (officially named the Ponte della Costituzione). It's the large modern bridge at the northeast corner of the square, next to the Hotel Santa Chiara.

  2. Cross the bridge and continue straight ahead, past the large building on your left, to the train station.

  3. From the station, follow the directions above.

From the Marittima cruise terminals:

  1. Take a shuttle bus, a taxi, or the People Mover to the Piazzale Roma.

  2. Follow the directions above.

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MAP CREDITS: Walking maps by Anders Imboden, using base data from the Comune di Venezia and Regione Veneto under license IODL-2.0.

About the author:

Durant Imboden photo.Durant Imboden has written about Venice, Italy since 1996. He covered Venice and European travel at for 4-1/2 years before launching Europe for Visitors (including Venice for Visitors) with Cheryl Imboden in 2001.

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