No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Scala Treviso
Travel Blogs from Treviso
... up to Daniella's and had a drink. She is still lovely. Home again and saw Simone. Paola came and we went for a drive to Castelfranco. Lovely town with the walls of the castle in the centre. We saw some Chanel no 5 and Paola and Grazie said we should try it out for Louise's sake. So we did.
Home again for dinner which Simone had cooked. Flavio brought Zia over, but then he went home because he had had a ...
... signs to Ferrovia (although this took us to the nearby bus station, causing us a little angst and the need to pick up our pace!!)
We looked in lots of shops for some presents we wanted to buy but weren't having much luck. It ended up that we felt the best shops were actually the ones between the Rialto and the Vaporetto stop.
This meant we were a little later than we expected to be and ended up having to walk very quickly and not stop to get anything for tea on ...
... in time to get a shuttle back to the ship. Graham, Kathy and John went for a swim onboard when we got back. Christine settled for a cup of tea and a bit more reading. Same routine for the evening with another delicious meal and show. Clocks go back an hour tonight for Italian time. Early start for Dubrovnik tomorrow. Sunday 13 October - Our original plan last night was to get off the ship at Dubrovnik and find somewhere for breakfast but it was more sensible to ...
... for a two day visit. Yesterday we joined a new flock to visit the Doge's palace and St. Mark's square which was pretty cool. Kevin took us for a 40 minute ride in a gondola, sadly a six seater not just two but we had a great time anyway cruising down the Grand Canal past the Rialto bridge and into tiny little canals where people just hang around in their doorways and windows drinking wine and laughing at ...
... me on day one and also made some new discoveries.
Visited Basilica San Marco. It is believed that St. Mark is buried here. Many amazing frescoes and one mosaic is over 1000 years old. Over centuries parts of it have been rebuilt four times.
Visited a beautiful lace shop where you can learn lace making. There are many different techniques and prices ranged from 1 Euro to 100's of Euros. I ...