Hotel Alveri

Via Giuseppe Paganello 18, Venice, Veneto, 30174, Italy | Hotel
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Day 15 Venice, Italy

A travel blog entry by allanbe

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 …

Strolling the backstreets of Venice!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... into the square....swings and roundabouts!!

Turning out of the square towards the lagoon, we walked past the Palazzo Ducale and its Bridge of Sighs, a beautiful enclosed bridge leading from the place to the dungeons. Apparently when the convicts walked across the bridge they looked across to the lagoon which they would be seeing for the very last time and sighed! Even Casanova crossed this bridge....he was the only one who escaped ...


A travel blog entry by darylheather


... We had a gelato from a street vendor, and bought an original water colour of Venice from the artist. Later we enjoyed a cappuccino, presented beautifully on a rectangle plate with Venice written in chocolate and two biscuits. We then travelled back from the railway station to San Marco via the Grande canal and saw the buildings bathed in late afternoon sun, BELLISIMO!!!!


A travel blog entry by rojaleca


... of early Venice and established it as a republic and secular humanist state. They worked alongside councils of elders to rule the state. I toured through the palace which includes the Doge's apartments, council chambers, appeal courts and a prison. It was really gorgeous and the history of the place was amazing. By the time I emerged, it was midday and the crowds in San Marco Square were overwhelming. So I headed over to the Dorsoduro ...

Grand Canal, St. Mark's Square

A travel blog entry by ranlo


... than doing in Milan).
Met a main that lives nearby--his tip for eating here was don’t get pizza (there are no wood-burning ovens in Venice because of fire danger); eat at a bacaroe where they serve little plates like appetizers.

Information Center at train station gave us some bad advice. First, she told us to buy a taxi ticket to get to the hotel. ...

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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

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent