Hotel Venecia

Plaza Ayuntamiento, 3, Valencia, Valencian Country, 46002, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Ciutat Vella area of Valencia, is near North Station (Estacion del Norte), Plaza Ayuntamiento, Miguelete, and Barrio del Carmen.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Venecia Valencia

Reviewed by jaydenecurrey

Nice hotel

Reviewed Aug 25, 2014
by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

Wonderful Break from hostels!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Venecia Valencia

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Valencia

Barcelona to Valencia

A travel blog entry by jaydenecurrey on Aug 26, 2014

At about. 3:30 this morning we finally booked our train to Valencia, which is where our Busabout tour with La Tomatina was starting. We booked a 9am bus that got us to Valencia by 2:30pm. Unlucky for us, the train was completely full as there were so many other people making the trek to Valencia for the tomato fight that was the following day. For …

Horchatas, history and tapas in Valencia

A travel blog entry by davlar87 on Aug 24, 2014

1 comment, 48 photos

... she could speak much Spanish, and she seemed ashamed to say she didn't speak but the minimum she needed.

I also tried a nice drink which is a trademark of Valencia. It is called a horchata and contains nuts, milk and something else which makes a lovely combination. If you're ever here, it's well worth trying. The taste grows on you.

After the informative tour, the Dutch girl informed me that there was another group heading out for tapas at 1pm - and I ...

Night Train to Lisbon - To Move or Not to Move

A travel blog entry by abbyhaynes on Jul 01, 2014

... I came to several key differences, rooted in both cultural and political reasoning, between American and European mentalities. Culturally, the Portuguese are deeply committed to their families. One student I spoke with laughingly explained that in Portugal, children live with their families as long as possible and she does not plan on leaving her childhood home until at least age thirty. The current high rate of ...

The Oldest Democratic Institution in Europe

A travel blog entry by ecurtis219 on May 29, 2014

... to miss out on the oldest democratic institution in Europe, right in the heart of Valencia.

We stood, anxiously waiting with the other tourists in the hot sun of a Valencia summer day. At 12 on the dot, doors swung open to our right and out marched eight men clothed in the traditional farmer's black blouse. They shuffled through the crowd to take their places on wood and leather chairs dating back to the 17th ...


A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Jul 21, 2013

25 photos

... looking for someone who shaves more that once a month and is not going to ask you what you study at University! The second bar is where everyone's confidence is getting up and both boys and girls are scanning for potential hookups! In this bar Tom desperately searched for a non-Australian in the group, which is not as easy as it sounds, but we luckily did meet a French lad who was also in his late twenties and therefore a little baffled by this patten of behavior. It ...