Campeggio Mediterraneo

Via Delle Batterie, 38 - Loc. Ca' Vio, Venice, Veneto, 30011, Italy | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Trip to Burano, Murano, Venice

A travel blog entry by makono


We did great trip to Burano, Murano and Venice. We went by car to Punta Sabbioni, parked and used a water tram to travel between those places. First we went to colorful Burano (loved the vivid colors), then to Murano to buy some venetian glass. Last stop at Venice. Tired but happy we returned late evening to camping.

OUR VENETIAN WEEKEND - Carnivalè!! 14/15/16th

A travel blog entry by joephilpotts


... our way into Venice on a mission to find a very special aperitivo bar in the dark alleys of the Venetian streets. FRIDAY IN VENICE -—-—-—-—-— ;-— Off the bus we took our step onto Venetian soil (water) and through the twilight of gloaming Venice we went. We headed towards the Rialto Bridge in search of our famous aperitivo spot. As we walked down streets I expected it be a lot busier especially it being VALENTINES DAY ***quick reminder for all the ...

Leaving Venice

A travel blog entry by sandemac

We loved Venice and our hotel room. We have a sleep in and our last yummy crossaunts. We pack up and leave at 11am to some more flooding and a beautiful sunny day. We catch a boat to the train station and have a coffee whilst waiting for the train. We have numbered seats and wifi. It's a really nice train. They served wine and nuts. The speed of the train flashes up on a sign at the end of each carriage. ...

Venice - Ship Emarkation

A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda


... port. It was clearly marked with the NCL Jade and we marched in. Inside the terminal we were quickly herded into the on board process of checking our passports, getting our key cards and going through security. We had planned to drop our bags and return back to Venice to tour some more. Unfortunately they had our passports so I thought it best to get them back, so I asked security and reluctantly they returned them to me only to send me to the "polizia." He was pretty scary looking ...


A travel blog entry by trishfr


In 452AD Friday March 25 th Venice was born .... or so some of the books say. A group of people fleeing persecution built on the alluvial plains where three rivers met. The first wooden houses were built on stilts in very inaccessible areas of the lagoon. They discovered that the wood became extremely hard when underwater so wooden foundations were build below water and stone houses built on these Today Venice is a World Heritage Site only surviving because ...


This campground, located in the Alberoni area of Venice, is near Torcello Island, San Francesco del Deserto, Burano, and Museo dell'Estuario di Torcello.
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