Campeggio Mediterraneo

Address: Via Delle Batterie, 38 - Loc. Ca' Vio, Venice, Veneto, 30011, Italy | Campground
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This campground, located in the Alberoni area of Venice, is near Torcello Island, San Francesco del Deserto, and Museo dell'Estuario di Torcello.
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Travel Blogs from Venice


A travel blog entry by robynp on May 07, 2015

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... Andrew had a marshmallow gelato from the 'Gellati E Prodotti Tipici' - a local shop that sells all home made biscuits and Gellati, as well as pasta, wine and grape e liquori.

5:15 pm: Venice Food Tour. Cicchetti and Wine evening tour. We met our guide, Giovanna, in Central Venice, near Campo de la Maddalena, a small Venetian square that has remained almost unchanged since medieval times. ...

15-16 April: Things to do in Venice

A travel blog entry by johnny2015 on Apr 16, 2015

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Yesterday we were going to two art galleries and a church. We got ready and then went out the door.

The first art gallery we went to had older art, with more religious paintings than the others we had been to so far. My brother and I had a competition on who could spot the most Saint Sebastian pictures, who you can always recognise because he has 1+ arrows sticking out of him. I found a picture with twelve arrows in him, and one through his neck, but the ...

Penguin March!

A travel blog entry by briennestephen on Apr 03, 2015

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  • Today we all headed back to the lagoon ( our hotal being on the main land). The beautiful views surround you as the launch makes its way among the islands. Today the streets are crowded and queues are already stretching out before St Mark's Cathedral. Delightful narrow alleys with shuttered windows and balconies provide endless photo ops. However we were warned that we would be squashed together, walking ...

The Venetian Sprint

A travel blog entry by susannah.watt on Dec 27, 2014

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... in pjs,in the restaurant. Thankfully mine were not true pjs, but Francie's were a very attractive flannel pair topped with a fleece - so not super obvious, while seated ;0) The meal was actually quite nice, but the service was the worst I've yet seen.... We slept like logs, had a slow start and checked out ahead of our train to Florence just after lunch. I think you need a good 3 days in Venice and id love to go back (better weather on ...

Venetian Experience

A travel blog entry by hicster on Nov 01, 2013

2 comments, 39 photos

... since 1250, were unfortunately slightly obscured by scaffolding. We read that they had been ‘acquired’ by Napoleon but were returned in 1815 by the Austrians. The ones displayed outside are now copies, the originals being kept inside the church. Entrance was free but you had to pay if you wanted to see the High Altar & Pala d’Ora which we did. The gold alter screen was worth paying to ...

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