Hotel Filanda

Via A. Palladio, 34, Cittadella, Veneto, 35013, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cittadella

The Floating City

A travel blog entry by pennydeakin


... could find our way home. We had to take photos of every corner we turned so we didn't forget! We came across quite a few cathedrals but most of them charged a fee to go inside on tourist visits. This I found odd because it's free to visit San Marcos Basilica but you had to pay to get into the smaller (and less impressive) churches. We did pop into Chiesa di S. Stefano and The Museum of Music and Instruments (which had instruments that were so old they dated back ...

Venice - Venezia and Dubrovonik

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam


... have become to the ship. She is beautiful and we certainly have enjoyed having someone else clean our room and cook for us (well we have bloody loved it!!). We get pleasure on coming back to the room at night and finding the bed turned down. Sitting on the balcony (major tip - get the balcony), watching the comings and goings of the world around you, or basking in the sun. We have enjoyed all of the food (and we are finding our pants getting quite tight and Phil's shirts are ...

Day 15 – A Tour of Venice

A travel blog entry by meckley


... at its height of power. There were several museums connected together and we got to hit most of them. The archeological museum was interesting. There was a ""Modern Art” exhibit towards the end. Now, I do not consider it art, if I can do it. Crumbling up some tissue paper and putting it around some boxes is just not art – it’s a waste of tissue paper!

We went to Saint Mark’s Basilica. This is the first church ...

Discovering our Venice

A travel blog entry by abi.latham


... We got quickly dragged back to the 21st century and reminded that we are in Venice with throngs of other tourists. I got a quick shot of the Rialto bridge view and then we wound our way through a few lanes to St Marks Square.

St Marks is cute, if you can call a nearly 2000 year old church with really bumpy uneven pot holed gaily mosaic decorated floor and glittering ceiling cute. We had no queues to get in - took us longer to find ...

Three Ladies in Venice

A travel blog entry by margarethilson


... really prepares you for the reality of the number of bridges that need to be crossed. The number of dead end lanes. The fact that no street runs straight. How can you tell a Venitian from a tourist? Venitians are elegant, wear hand tooled leather shoes and carry groceries. Tourists are wearing their Mephistos, their Clarks, their Eccos, are carrying maps, cameras and water bottles. The latter also usually have a frustrated look on their faces ...


This 4 star hotel, located on Via A. Palladio, 34, Cittadella, is near Cittadella.
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