Hotel Al Duca di Venezia

Santa Croce, 1739, Venice, Veneto, 30135, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Venice

Lakes, Guilette and Gondolas

A travel blog entry by mcleishitaly


... only going to be a lunch stop en route to Venice, but it was so much more than that. Lauren and Murdoch had seen a fabulous concert on TV from Verona celebrating Rupublica Day, and it was held in a huge arena resembling the Colleseum. So that became where we headed. Verona is where Romeo and Guliette was written and there is a Shakespearean influence and we were thrilled to find and see the Guilette Balcony! But there is so much more to Verona than Guliette! ...

From Paella to Pizza…

A travel blog entry by travelinturners


... we did was our day trip to Xátiva. This town was about a ˝ hour train ride from Valencia and the main attraction was the Castle dating back to the 11th century. Much of the wall is still fairly intact and we spent the afternoon wandering around different parts of the wall taking some great photos. It was a hike to get up to the castle but luckily a local Café owner was happy to drive us up there in three groups- for a ...

First taste of Italy: Venice!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark


Due to some very sketchy wifi at our last hostel, I couldn't post my last blog up when we left Zagreb! So you guys are lucky and will be getting two blog posts in one day from me! We only spent two days in Venice, but as far as I'm concerned, two days of getting lost is enough for me! Leading up to our time in Venice, everyone that we had spoken to about the city only had one thing to say: just get lost. I honestly had no idea ...

The enchanting city through the canals of Venice

A travel blog entry by stephaniegaul


... day trip was truly special especially being able to experience it with Dani. The city was gorgeous, and filled with people. I left the city with some amazing photos and memories and when the sun started to set we all realized how truly lucky we were to be exploring this historic city. We enjoyed our last views of Venice at night, grabbed a hot chocolate and got back on the water taxi to make it to the train station to head back home to Firenze.


A travel blog entry by hannah_jane


... purely by foot. It's just hundreds of tiny tiny winding allies with hidden shops and restaurants around every bend. Whilst I was here, I did a walking tour of Venice, and Venice is well know for their glass making and making of Vanician lace so I saw a demo of glass blowing which literally blew my mind and a demo on lace making aswell. To finish up Venice, we went on a gondola ride! Our gondalera wouldn't sing but ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Santa Croce area of Venice, is near Naval History Museum (Museo Storico Navale) & Arsenale, Piazza Santa Maria, Marco Polo's Home, and Palazzo Labia.
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