Bed and Breakfast Corte Campana

Address: Calle del Remedio, 4410 Castello, Venice, Veneto, 30122, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Castello area of Venice, is near Vecchia Murano Glass Factory, I tre Mercanti, Museo Querini Stampalia, and Campo Santa Maria Formosa.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBed and Breakfast Corte Campana Venice

    Reviewed by meckley

    A great Place to Stay in Venice

    Reviewed Jul 9, 2013
    by (27 reviews) Bemus Point, NY , United States Flag of United States

    We had a great stay at this place. It even had air-conditioning! After a long, hot day of touring, it was great t come back to a cool room!! Riccardo and Grace were very enthusiastic and helpful. They let us borrow a bathroom scale to make sure our bags were below weight when we flew out.

    This place is close to St. Mark's Square, but far enough away to be removed from the crowds. If we come back to Venice, we will definitely stay here. I will recommend this to anyone I know who is traveling to Venice!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Bed and Breakfast Corte Campana Venice

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