Campeggio Marina Di Venezia
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Kids pool
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
Photos of Campeggio Marina Di Venezia
TripAdvisor Reviews Campeggio Marina Di Venezia Cavallino
Travel Blogs from Cavallino
... walked to the bus stop, snaking our way through Venice's narrow alleys. It was dark when we got off the bus & still had a 10 minute walk to the hotel. My shoes felt like they were made of cement!
I was looking forward to returning to Venice in the morning & staying for a few days to get to know the ancient, floating city. Last summer when Jeff was here San Marco Square was flooded.
... looked round all the side streets and every now and then we came to a bridge and walked over it, we stopped for gelato and looked round streets that not even a single person was there except us. We were looking over a bridge and saw a gondolier and dad wanted to do it, so he dragged mum out of the leather shop and we did it. The driver took ...
... goat homes! The second leg was a little boring through the Italian countryside so a catch up on sleep was nice. Arrival in Venice was straight onto the water taxi and onto our floating hotel. Our ship is called Norwegian Spirit. It is one of the smaller cruise boats but still has 2000 people on board and for us seems huge. The boys are already having a blast. 14 restuarants, 2 pools and heaps of activities will keep them busy. Ethan is ...
... kind of rag-rolled on which is because of the sun and reflections below. Once on the terrace you see the replicas that stand looking over the balcony onto piazza San Marco. The view from up there is breathtaking. After visiting the basilica we took a wander around the piazza. We saw the dodge's palace which was the official residence of those who ruled Venice between 697 to 1797. It's a gothic building and very elegant. Coming out of the Basilica we spent time just soaking in the ...
... there is a whole ancient city under Istanbul, but you must take a select tour to have access to these ruins. Next we walked to Hagia Sophia, a massive Byzantine building which was a Church and then a Mosque and is now a museum which is being restored to its former glory. The Sultans were crowned here. We then walked down a large oblong which was once a Roman Hippodrome where they had chariot racing. Two obelisks remain, which were once the centre ...