TripAdvisor Reviews Danubio Bibione
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... the Palazzo Ducale, I went on to the other 3 (they are in the one building). Here I got to see the rooms of the emporor and emporess as set up from the 1800s.
Once I had finished in the museums I spent the rest of the afternoon walking in circles and then finding some other lovely parts of Venice that I hadn’t found to explore. Overall I really enjoyed my visit to Venice. I loved being able to travel around on the waterbuses and see Venice that way too!
... looking very spiky ever since. The town was interesting and a change of scenery, but not really us, so on to Ravenna. It was a bit quiet being a Sunday afternoon but still interesting. I took the kids to see 3 churches and a museum with Ravenna's famous mosaic tile pictures. Very cool. Then wanting to get a bit closer to Venice we drove for another hour to a small Aire at Mesola. It was very busy with motorhomes returning home from the weekend and ...
... your hand hoping that a unsuspecting person would react and grab it. The idea being that once you have it, you've bought it.
We had dinner in Venice and took a water bus from St Mark square back to Piazzole Roma around 10:30pm. We were worried when the ticket office for the water bus was closed and the automated ticket machine only for those customers who already had a ticket that they wished to top up. ...
Venice, Italy was the next city and I was so excited to come back after 2 years! Last time I was in Italy in 2012 I went to Rome and Florence, but this time I got to experience Venice! After sleeping in the airport the night before we were quite exhausted, but needed to start the day immediately after arriving at 7am. We changed and got ready in the airport and checked into our hostel to drop off our bags. It was about a ten minute bus ride to old Venice so we hopped ...
... since 1250, were unfortunately slightly obscured by scaffolding. We read that they had been ‘acquired’ by Napoleon but were returned in 1815 by the Austrians. The ones displayed outside are now copies, the originals being kept inside the church. Entrance was free but you had to pay if you wanted to see the High Altar & Pala d’Ora which we did. The gold alter screen was worth paying to ...
Other places to stay in Bibione
Via Mercurio, 19, Bibione | 2 star hotelfrom $94
Corso Europa, 35/A, Bibione | 4 star hotelfrom $165
Via Sagittario 28, Bibione | Hotelfrom $168
Via Pleione, 1, Bibione | 2 star hotelfrom $85
Passeggiata Dei Pini 27, Bibione | Hotelfrom $105