Campeggio Mediterraneo

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

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

Where for art thou?

A travel blog entry by buckleypup on Jul 20, 2014

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On our way to Venice we stopped in Verona, home to the famous balcony from Romeo and Juliet. The city was bustling with tourists but it was a very lovely place. A wide array of ancient buildings including an arena, baby brother to the coliseum but in better condition. The structure is still used for concerts and this year alone many famous acts performed at the site. A light lunch then on to the floating ...

Visiting Murano

A travel blog entry by eva.brennan on Jun 20, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

... we loved our focaccias, but Isabelle was not happy with her chocolate doughnut. She said it didn’t taste like a real doughnut back at home!! While waiting for our food, was saw a Franciscan monk walk past, I pointed him out to Isabelle (as she goes to St Francis primary), he saw us as was waving at Isabelle and Zac. Then he
came into the café and gave ...

Planes, Trains, and Gondolas

A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Apr 17, 2014

75 photos

... said they just had a midnight mass (which we found out later wasn't true). We continued on, wandering the calles until we stumbled upon San Zulian church (which was free to look at, but no pics allowed) so we stopped in there for a break. San Zulian was the first church we had seen decorated with primarily with tapestries.

After San Zulian, we suddenly found ourselves in the chaos of St Mark's square. The line for the Basilica San Marco looked short ...

DAY 35: Venice - Day 1

A travel blog entry by mcham on Sep 17, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... for an open path to head up or down the canal.

We went to the information office next to the train station and purchased a 3€ street/canal map of the city. (It turns out this map was quite flimsy, so we bought a second more durable one later in the day.) Armed with a map, we went straight across the Ponte degli Scalzi, through the San Croce district and over to the San Polo district, the location of ...

Venice: City Above (and Apparently Below) Water

A travel blog entry by emmyw4 on Mar 30, 2013

14 photos

... looked back, half shocked and half amused. Perhaps in response to my raised eyebrows, or perhaps truthfully, the waiter laughed, "No, not you." I'll admit, I was slightly offended. I nodded curtly and rushed to re-join my group.

Although we were exhausted, the day was not quite over. We would be travelling the next morning, Easter Sunday, and so wanted to attend the local mass that night at St. Mark's. It had stopped raining, and the rain-soaked streets sparkled ...

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