Hotel Alveri

Address: Via Giuseppe Paganello 18, Venice, Veneto, 30174, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Giuseppe Paganello 18, Venice, is near Teatro La Fenice, Campo Santa Margherita, Scuola Grande Dei Carmini, and Piscina Comunale Sacca Fisola.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Alveri Venice

Reviewed by allanbe

Nice hotel, poor location

Reviewed Jun 1, 2013
by (28 reviews) Benoni , South Africa Flag of South Africa

A very nice hotel but the location is in a very bad area surrounded by railway tracks and factories. Getting around is not easy and if you do not have a car you will find it extremely difficult. The hotel does have a shuttle service and they did go out of their way to help us, but even finding food was not that easy.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Alveri Venice

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Travel Blogs from Venice

Day 15 Venice, Italy

A travel blog entry by allanbe on Jun 01, 2013

After leaving Innsbruck we joined the Brenner Pass to Venice. The Pass is one of the most important North-South passes in Europe and links Austria and Italy. The road is built in the same area that was used by the Romans when they traveled between Venice and Munich. What really amazed us during this three and a half hour journey was that every …

Day 10 - Onto Italy! Venice

A travel blog entry by boardman on Jul 24, 2014

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... hope we came out somewhere we recognized. Gondolas everywhere. Almost a traffic jam of them. We are riding a gondola tomorrow as well as take the regular boats up the canal and to neighboring islands. Enjoy the pictures and videos below. Sandy's view - Bone tired, and we have a week to go! I agree with everything Bear said above! I did cry when I got my first sight of Venice. It is unbelievably beautiful, and I have to keep pinching myself to remind me this is real! Love ...

Trenitalia to Venezia, via Firenze

A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Jun 07, 2014

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... the shuttle was full. After a short while another turned up and we got to our digs. It was a big day, on the road from 9 to 5. We unpacked and went for a walk along the waterfront. It I s a great location as we are on the opposite side of the La Guidecca Canal, so we look directly at Venice. We found a reasonable restaurant and watched the sun go down and the changing colours on San Marco's dome and the bell ...

A very VERY wet Venice

A travel blog entry by aleciaelliot on May 02, 2014

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... great economic hit to the artisans of Venice who are loosing income to mass produced Chinese goods. We made sure to check the validity of our purchases by examining the identification tags on the glass that state the artist and their business address. After shopping, we headed to the main sites, the Rialto Bridge and San Marco. The Rialto Bridge is a large bridge that crosses the Grand Canal. It is lined with small shops on either side and can be a bit full of tourists. Once on ...

Buon Carnevale!

A travel blog entry by sunderw on Mar 04, 2014

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... of confetti. The crowds are apparently the same though. We didn't see them because we went a weekend too early and in the rain, but we hear you can't move during the final weekend of the season. Other than the crowds, it's a little more mellow here than in New Orleans. The parades are smaller (there are no cars in Venice), and people are drinking a spritz (prosecco with Aperol or Camprari) instead of something harder. There are no king cakes, but there are these crispy thin ...