Hotel Villa Giulietta

Address: Via Riviera del Brenta 169, Fiesso d'Artico, Veneto, 30032, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Riviera del Brenta 169, Fiesso d'Artico, is near University of Padua and Teatro Comunale Villa dei Leoni.
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        Travel Blogs from Fiesso d'Artico

        To the heart of Venice

        A travel blog entry by lashez on Oct 10, 2015

        ... enough to your face you could grab them mid flight. At the end of the long piazza is the beautiful Basilica Di San Marco which is quite a sight. The front of the basilica ripples and crests like a wave with it's five portals capped with shimmering mosaics. The lines to get in are long but we will be back in a few days to hopefully explore the inside.

        A bit further down is the Palazzo Ducale with the lacy, pink chequered facade of ...

        St. Mark's, Doge's Palace, and Grand Canal

        A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 07, 2015


        ... of the many (of over 500) palaces of Venice, and explained the rich history of certain places along the way (Hemingway's apartment, Lord Byron's place, etc). On a more modern note, we passed the largest strike I had ever seen, with easily more than a thousand protesters.

        After a break, we had a nice dinner at a restaurant called Ristorante Agli Alboretti, off the beaten path and serving incredibly fresh seafood from the Venetian lagoon.


        Our last day in Venice

        A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 18, 2014

        21 photos

        ... should be made available to the public, and the museum was finally open in 1836.

        The buildings that house the museum have an interesting history. The museum is in buildings, that extend along the south and westside of the Piazzo San Marco on the upper floors of the Procuratorie Nuove and the Napoleonic Wing. In 1807, Napoleon used the buildings as his Imperial Palace. When Venice moved under Austrian dominion in 1814, the palace served as the House of Habsburg ...

        Bongiorno Venice

        A travel blog entry by zajnlou on Jul 07, 2014

        10 comments, 43 photos

        ... they are on a mission. Stuff the fact they nearly knocked your block off!

        We hear accents from all over the world as we walk around including Australians.

        I had to purchase some new sunglasses as mine broke and I had been wearing Danita's when she is not wearing them!
        There are many very dark skinned men selling mainly handbags everywhere you go and I saw one particular one who was selling sunnies so I approached him as I so needed some.
        He started on ...

        Torcello, Burano & Murano

        A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Apr 08, 2014

        2 comments, 28 photos

        ... connected to the shop and will be a nice memory of Venice.

        It was a long day and after our ferry ride home we dropped off our purchases and went out for a simple dinner of panini and individual pizza at a little place near our place. How is the food here? Well I am not a gourmet but I have enjoyed it. It can be expensive with some dinners costing 60 euros but others we have done for under 20 so it just depends on where you go and what you get as with any major city we have been ...