Hotel alla Fava

Castello 5525, Venice, Veneto, 30123, Italy | 3 star hotel
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A travel blog entry by lauraduelm


As expected, Venice is picturesque with its Grand Canal, beautiful architecture and boats everywhere. After taking the boat taxi to the Rialto bridge and a short walk, we arrived at Hotel Alla Fava. It is a quaint 12 room hotel just off the hustle and bustle. Our room overlooks a waterway where we can watch the gondolas go by yet enjoy the tranquility of being off the main canal.

First taste of Italy: Venice!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark


... statement meant, but when you finally experience it yourself, it all makes sense. The city of Venice is an island, that has no roads for vehicles, just canals for boats. This means that you walk everywhere and every street looks the same, so getting lost is so easy! Even having a map trying to navigate was almost impossible! Day one in Venice we got lost, and walked around in pure amazement at the beauty of the cobblestone streets ...

Lyon to Venice

A travel blog entry by robertsinton


... no traffic on a Sunday we reach the airport quickly and we're soon in the air and finally on our way to the main event of our trip: Italy! The flight is only an hour long, so in almost no time we're descending through cloud to Venice's mainland airport. On the ground we grab tickets and walk for five minutes to the ferry terminal — the island has a causeway and buses are probably the cheapest option, but when you are approaching Venice ...

Floating Venice

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


After dropping our bags at the hostel in Verona we immediately set off for Venice. We cut it superfine but though luck (and some brisk jogging) we made our connections and were in Venice by lunch. You are immediately confronted by one of the famous waterways of Venice upon exiting the train station. Soon we were on a Vaporetti (local water bus) and off to the main tourist area.

Despite the cold, the boat trip towards Piazza San Marco was fun and it was great to see ...

Lost in venice

A travel blog entry by sarahgapyear


... Explored going via public transport across the big canal as the only bridge was 20 mins out of my way but it was €7 (allowed travel for 75 mins I think) which seemed outrageous for what is basically a bus service so I walked and earnt my dinner a little more. Went out to read on the quay again and came back when a man started singing along to a guitar he was playing. He wasn't good. I took it as a clear signal to go to bed.

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Dorsoduro area of Venice, is near Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), I tre Mercanti, Telecom Italia Future Centre, and Church of San Salvatore.
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