Casa Orfeo

Cannaregio 4502, Venice, Veneto, 30121, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

My Afternoon in Venice

A travel blog entry by amyw304


... And, I guess, at different points in history they all were the crossroads of one thing or another.

Venice is no exception. It was once the wealthiest place in all of Europe and was the middleman in trade between Asia and Europe. Although Venice's power declined over the last five centuries, its past riches still massively impress -- from the painted palaces and cathedrals to the glittering canals.

San ...

Days 157 - 163: Italy's Venice, Florence & Rome

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... fight animals such as tigers and hippos. The Pantheon has an open roof and is one of 400 churches in the city. Many of these have painted ceilings. One has ceiling art representing the 4 continents. It excludes Oceania because the likes of Australia and New Zealand weren't discovered in the 1700s. It's only when you see that, that you understand how new our country really is compared with Rome.

We've chosen two bad days to come to Rome. Yesterday we were affected by ...


A travel blog entry by sarahgarb

... gondolas have to drop you off the other side for security it was great, the gondolier said it was like a tsunami, lots of choppy water. We had a great ride, saw casanovas house, Marco polos house. It was really good. After that we went to San Marco piazza, grace showed us the prison where Casonova escaped by making the prison guards wife fall in love with him. He was the only one to ever escape. We then went back to find ...

Arrivo in Venezia!

A travel blog entry by chrisandaletta


... road we are travelling on is very famous from movies such as Casino Royale. And Johnny Depp was in Positano last year while Wayne Rooney got married there. Positano is the place to spot the rich and famous apparently. On the way he also pointed out mount Vesuvius, Sorrento, and Pompei. At the airport he asked if we enjoyed the trip, we said yes, then he asked for a tip. A bit of a cultural difference :-) The trip took an hour fifteen, ...

Grand Venice! ¡Venecia Maravillosa!

A travel blog entry by journeythrough


Venezia:Rome is connected by five hours of train tracks heading northeast to the car-less and motorcycle-less, fish-shaped city of Venezia (Venice). It's a city that sits on a hundred of little islands divided by canals, linked by over 400 small bridges. I know I've said, "I've never been anywhere like this place" before, but I have to say it again! It was so nice to not have cars or motorcycles! No looking both ways before crossing the street and no ...


This hotel, located in the Cannaregio area of Venice, is near Santi Giovanni e Paolo, Rialto Market, I tre Mercanti, and Campo Santa Maria Formosa.
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