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 brooksies on Sep 10, 2014

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... with Paulo, a 3rd generation gondolier, who told us they are not offering any more licenses. They cannot be sold, or bought. Just passed down from father to son. Sorry daughters , men only. At high tide, it's quite a squeeze under the bridges, requiring leaning the whole boat over so the nose and tail make it under. And Paulo says you aren't a true gondolier if you haven't fallen in at least once!. Another great ...

The Venetian Lagoon: Murano and Burano

A travel blog entry by hlavine on Jul 03, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... a public gondola known as a traghetto! So we were being thrifty. After our crossing in the gondola, we briefly visited San Giorgio's Cathedral where I purchased a lovely painting of Venice by a local artist. We visited a lovely pizzeria between the square and Rialto Bridge for a late lunch and took the water taxi back to the ship where there will be a masquerade ball tonight. Masquerade events originated in Venice. Arrivederci, Venice ..... Until we meet ...

Ciao Italia

A travel blog entry by gaye1959 on Jun 21, 2014

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... t have my good camera so I opted not to line up to go to the top of the tower. A few of the girls went up. I walked back to the hotel with Annette and Fiona and showered and relaxed.
Diane and I are sharing so Diane then returned and said that the view from the top was great and the sun was setting over Paris. The sun comes up at 5.35am here at the moment but doesn't set until 9.45; so much sunlight, not sure how their cheese is mouldy!!!


A travel blog entry by bakkernancy on May 17, 2014

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... evening, stopped off to get dinner and then settled down for the night.

Today was great we went to the fish markets, across the beautiful Rialto bridge and then St Mark's Square. We stopped of for lunch at Alla Madonna recommended by most of the touristy things we had read and the food was amazing!!!

We walked everywhere today. Saw fab canals, bridges, and crumbly buildings. Venice is so lovely we hope to enjoy even more ...

Day Two - Venice Day, or 500 Stolen Columns

A travel blog entry by needlemind on Jun 07, 2013

5 comments, 4 photos

... are a couple of important lessons to learn as well: genuine gondoliers do not sing, and there's only ever been one female gondolier in Venice, and she didn't start until 2010. After the gondola came a walking tour of the city, hosted by a local guide who certainly knew her stuff. She was talking into a small microphone, and we were listening on headphones which worked well most of them time, although there were occasions when a second tour guides voice would kick ...

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