Venice Ratings & Reviews
1 reviewPosted 3 years ago
Was intimidating at first as many small allies and bridges to cross. But once I took a walking tour the city had many interesting stories and it gets interesting at every corner. It grows on you and the water town is one of a kind with tourist everywhere but it's also possible to find the serene and quite life of the people living there by just venturing out of the main tourist street into a slightly inner street. Overall a beautiful city but gets overcrowded in this summer season
1 reviewPosted 4 years ago
A special and Unique experience
Venice is a very unique city based on back water lake and very beautiful by own. It is fully based on water and people commute by boat only. You will be amazed to see boat taxi, boat ambulance and Gondollas there. Local food, palace are very beautiful. Nearby attraction Murrano and Burrano are also very good.
28 reviewsPosted 5 years ago
Venice- come fall in love
Some people find this place over rated but not me. Go there in winters or if not when winters are about to start. It will not be very crowded and you can enjoy each place to the most. Things not to miss: gondola ride ( If your gondolier chose to sing that is a plus), beautiful tour to nearby fishermans towns (Morano Burano Torcello), take ferries to towns, but cover the old city of Venice by foot . . I agree city is costly but if you plan wise it is worth a visit. You don't have to see all museums and churches. Pick one of each. Roam around the streets of St. Marks square. If you're lucky being an off season you might get good deals in Masks. Also, you will get some good eating places here too . So pack your bags and get ready to fall in love.
1 reviewPosted 5 years ago
Venice is the water wonder of the world !!! Its beauty is beyond any words and no doubt every *wood movies (* = Holly, Bolly, Kolly, Toll . Has a song cinematography in this picturesque location. Like a bus stop, train stop, you have water stops here. People living here travel by the water boat systems across the city . . Take a hotel nearby to the main water station so that travelling is easier. You need to go along the grand canal and visit variety of places. Doge's palace, basilica the san marco and Salute are the places you must never miss. Pay some money and climb up the marco tower to see the vast seas and tiny lands across the entire length and breadth of your sight. You can get easily lost in the Doge's palace as well Keep more time and make a visit to Murano and Burano islands. Murano islands are famous for their glass work. Quite colorful and a small island which allows visitors to take a peek at glass making. Gondola rides are not available in December also the chill will enhance the romantic mood at Venice. Infact it was snowing when we went. It also rained profusely one night and in the morning the entire hotel floor was flooded :) Luckily the hotel management made good arrangements and protected our goods. So choose a hotel carefully. At 4pm it was quite dark and the entire city was lighted. Spent 3 full days with my wife at this romantic location
1 reviewPosted October 2015
That colourful island - Venice
This colorful island ( Burano) situated some 9. 3KMS away from Venice is one of the most photographic destination o else you can call it photographers paradise. The colors are specially given to each family by the italian government so that the family can be distinguished by the colors and know which family lives where. It should be a must visit destination if one is going to Venice . Enjoy and get mesmerized by the colors . Bon Voyage !!
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24 reviewsPosted October 2015
Perfect for a romantic holiday
I just cannot forget those narrow lanes and the numerous bridges. They bring back such enchanting memories. The whole place is so picturesque. With beautiful gondolas, the famous Realto bridge and amazing Italian food, Venice is one of the most beautiful places to visit. The best time may be during June-July, but it was awesome in March as well. You can take a waterbus pass as its much cheaper compared to water taxis and gondolas. With a 3 day pass, you can enjoy unlimited rides within the selected route. The murano glass factory is a must visit.
3 reviewsPosted July 2015
Campa Fusina in Venice
From Milan by eurostar 3 hours to Venice Meastre station bus every hour and half reach the camp in about an hour costing 6 euro . . Stay :book in advance for tents or rooms with toilet costs 50 - 100 euro for a double, Right near the sea with excellent view. The campa is huge, accommodates nearly 1000 tents. Eat:Restaurant open 24 hours, Bars serve drinks, happy hours from 8 pm remains very. Crowded. There is a small departmental store, one can buy things in emergency. Ferry service 4 times a day to Venice mainland for 6 euro per passenger per day, and once a day to LIDO where you see the living reaches of Venice. While reaching St. Marcos in the mainland, hire a gondola, visit art galleries, museums, sit in a roadside cafe, enjoy italian wine, pizza or any famous cuisine, one must try kalamari. Also any other day take a ferry from St. Markos jetty ferry to Murano and Burano, it will take almost a day for sightseeing their famous. Blowglass factories as well as their famous lace works. And do not forget to book for the Opera, normally starts around midnight and continues till morning, but the Campa Fusina ferry is available only till 8pm, so spend the rest of the time in St. Markos, even then you will find Venice very much alive. Have a nice trip. Sandip mukherjee.
12 reviewsPosted July 2015
A city in the middle of the sea
Till the train put you in Santa Luisa railway station you will have no idea what could be you witnessing. And that too if you are not equipped with the information acquired from travel guides or TV visuals. The railway station itself is the gateway to the magnificent city unless you enter the city by Air. The rich sight of the grand canal, arterial to Venice, is the first thing you see. It is more a creek than a canal. You can start exploring this city from the railway station in whatever direction you can, right or left. It is fun to get lost in the labyrinths lined by innumerable number of canals crisscrossing Venice . . There are bars and enough number of restaurants and trattorias which cater to every need of all kinds of gluttons . Do not forget to see the Doges Palace and St. Marks Square. Just walk around any which way, and you will reach there passing Rialto Bridge. And there are more than that to see and indulge . Take a gondola to meander through the canals enjoying the song 'o' sole mia ' sung by the gondola man.
4 reviewsPosted July 2015
It was 2 days tour. We covered almost everything in 2 days. Market near church was very cheap. The train trip from nice (France) to Venice was very beautiful . . In Venice, boating was one of the best experience which everyone should do . During sunset the lake view seems very romantic and beautiful. Very good place in romantic trip .
1 reviewPosted March 2015
An amazingly beautiful place with canals all around
Island built over wooden logs . An Amazingly beautiful place with canals all around. This place has no cars . So a walking tour is certainly recommended to get a feel of the city. A gandola ride is bit expensive but worth doing. Visit to the nearby islands can be included in ones itinerary. Burrano is beautiful with all the colorful houses and Murrano is famous for glass work.