Al Campaniel

Address: S. Polo 2889, Venice, Veneto, 30125, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the San Polo area of Venice, is near San Rocco (Scuola of St. Rocco), Palazzo Pisani Moretta, and Atelier Pietro Longhi.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAl Campaniel Venice

    Reviewed by u2shadow

    Great place

    Reviewed Sep 17, 2012
    by (3 reviews) Truro , Canada Flag of Canada

    We have been to Venice three times, and all three times we've stayed at Al Campanile. They have great rates, Marco was very friendly, we really enjoyed the breakfast. Location is very easy to find, it is very quiet, and there's a great chocolate shop across the alley. Very central, about a one minute walk to the vaporetto stop.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by aprilrain

    Short stay in Venice

    Reviewed May 2, 2009
    by (11 reviews) Singapore , Singapore Flag of Singapore

    Loved the cozy B&B. I'm very amazed at how the old lady gave us 'written instructions of Left, right, right, left" to the main square on a small piece of paper to look for food ;)

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Al Campaniel Venice

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    A travel blog entry by bridgez on Jul 10, 2015

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    ... And delicious! The day couldn't have gone more perfectly. Santa Margherita is the most beautiful place I've ever been. The people were extremely friendly, especially the wedding planners. They did everything they could to make sure their day was perfect. We ran into only 2 Americans while we were there and they happen to be from Tulsa! Very weird! Now we're on a train heading to Venice. It's 12:50 pm. Love to you ...

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    A travel blog entry by bliebenow on May 15, 2013

    1 comment, 75 photos

    ... you to reference historical background because that would really contribute a lot to the more meaningful parts of the Venice experience. The Campanile (which just means bell tower) in St. Marco’s square seems like a normal, moderately tall bell tower, but it ended up being one of my favorite buildings in Venice. You can pay (of course) to go to the top of the tower, and the view of the city is ...

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    A travel blog entry by silsby on Sep 25, 2012

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    ... but it sounds like they would often end up as free-for-all melees with hundreds of men battling with fists and pointed sticks to get to the top of the bridge, taking many hours and with many deaths. This wasn't the only fighting bridge, but the name derives from the practice. We moved from the bridge along the Rio tera Canal (a rio is a canal, tera is earth, so a rio tera is a filled-in canal, often courtesy of Napoleon), and into Campo ...

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