3-day trip to Venice for just £58 pp @ Ryanair - HotUKDeals
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Return flight from Leeds/Bradford to Venice/Treviso for just £17.62 per person and stay 2 nights at Hotel Scala in Treviso - an elegant 18th century villa. Hotel is just 10 minutes from the airport and 1km outside the centre of Treviso where you can catch a train to Venice and be there 20 minutes later. Hotel booking via http://www.booking.com.

Be quick - only 4 seats left on outbound flight.

Depart Leeds/Bradford at 09.30 on Thursday, 16/12/2010 and land back at 14.35 on Saturday, 18/12/2010
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#1
great deal, we were looking at going in nov for only 24 quid each return but no hotel for that obviously
#2
Good deal but I would try to get a hotel on Venice Lido or Venice itself as Treviso is a long way away and Mestre is the industrial town on the mainland........neither have anything other than hotels and factories really.
Heat added for putting this together.
#3
Flights are £61.22
Hotel is €78.40

Just thought i'd break it down

Edited By: daviebroon on Oct 30, 2010 11:35: .
#4
how to link the flight and hotel deal. Is there any way I can combine both the bookings
#5
This is the usual Ryanair 'its only cheap if you don't might going at odd dates' deal / scam (depending your point of view).

Hot, if you don't mind being flexible regarding when/which days you fly out/return.

Bear in mind also that hotels in Venice, particuarly anywhere near the centre, can be very expensive so factor that into the cost along with airport transfers (Trevisio is about 35 miles from Venice) and all the add-ons that are going to bump up the overall cost of the trip.



Edited By: Picard123 on Oct 30, 2010 11:44: .
#6
Don't forget the £20 charge if you don't have a pre-paid mastercard of course
#7
Yep .... the price of the flights have now gone up. However, you can still get 1 outward flight out for £7.00 (including check-in and no taxes) and another for the higher price of £19.99. This makes the total airfare of £48.23 for two people.

This has increased the cost of the overall deal by £13 - now about £64.50 per person. Still not bad I reckon.
#8
spend too long trying to work out how, to book it,as you werent detailed in how to book it with a hotel.
or first flights, link?

Edited By: maddogmad on Oct 30, 2010 12:10: spelling
#9
If you look on Booking.com, or similar sites, you will find some very good deals on hotels at this time of year in case you fancy staying in Venice itself, and there will be plenty of places with rooms for around £50 and below per night on the island. The ATVO bus from Treviso airport to Venice costs about €9 return I think and takes about an hour. It coincides with flight times and you can buy tickets at the airport. I would say it is well worth staying in Venice, although Treviso itself is actually a nice historic town. This is a great time of year to go as there are very few tourists, and there is no queuing for the Basilica or anything else. I would recommend taking a warm coat and scarf, however, as the wind coming off the water can make it very cold, but December does tend to be fairly dry so the weather shouldn't be too much of a problem.

Edited By: studentessa on Oct 30, 2010 12:35: n/a
#10
Also, you'll need to add the cost of a train from Moscow to Venice, as Ryanair fly the Leeds/Venice(Moscow) route.

And the £5/per person, per flight charge for paying with anything other than a rare prepay card. That's another £40 to consider.

I'd rather walk than fly Ryanair.
#11
Picard123
This is the usual Ryanair 'its only cheap if you don't might going at odd dates' deal / scam (depending your point of view).

Hot, if you don't mind being flexible regarding when/which days you fly out/return.

Bear in mind also that hotels in Venice, particuarly anywhere near the centre, can be very expensive so factor that into the cost along with airport transfers (Trevisio is about 35 miles from Venice) and all the add-ons that are going to bump up the overall cost of the trip.




No, it doesn't depend on your point of view. It's a scam if they are scamming you, they are not - hence it isn't a scam.
#12
wendyak
Good deal but I would try to get a hotel on Venice Lido or Venice itself as Treviso is a long way away and Mestre is the industrial town on the mainland........neither have anything other than hotels and factories really.
Heat added for putting this together.

+1
#13
londislagerhound
Also, you'll need to add the cost of a train from Moscow to Venice, as Ryanair fly the Leeds/Venice(Moscow) route.

And the £5/per person, per flight charge for paying with anything other than a rare prepay card. That's another £40 to consider.

I'd rather walk than fly Ryanair.


OR, you could buy a pre-paid card? Hardly rocket science is it.
#14
Picard123
This is the usual Ryanair 'its only cheap if you don't might going at odd dates' deal / scam (depending your point of view).

Hot, if you don't mind being flexible regarding when/which days you fly out/return.

Bear in mind also that hotels in Venice, particuarly anywhere near the centre, can be very expensive so factor that into the cost along with airport transfers (Trevisio is about 35 miles from Venice) and all the add-ons that are going to bump up the overall cost of the trip.




There is a bus which goes to Venice from the airport takes around 2 and half hours each way costs about 15 euros each way, treviso doesnt have much to see in itself most only land there to get to venice.
#15
Aw, thats a shame londislagerhound as you really can miss out on some fun if you don't go Ryanair.
I fly at least twenty times a year and nearly always on Ryanair.
I would never have travelled as much at the other airlines' prices but with a bit of planning (correct size case, pre-pay mastercard etc) you can get a right result with the minimum of fuss.
The feeling of sitting on a fight that only cost 1p, £1, £5 is great and if you get to a great location for that price its a real plus.
#16
bon voyage, if it is practical for you to take advantage of.
send us a postcard!
#17
wendyak
Aw, thats a shame londislagerhound as you really can miss out on some fun if you don't go Ryanair.
I fly at least twenty times a year and nearly always on Ryanair.
I would never have travelled as much at the other airlines' prices but with a bit of planning (correct size case, pre-pay mastercard etc) you can get a right result with the minimum of fuss.
The feeling of sitting on a fight that only cost 1p, £1, £5 is great and if you get to a great location for that price its a real plus.


I'd rather pay a fair price and not sit with the type of people who fly Ryanair.

Edited By: londislagerhound on Oct 30, 2010 16:48: Sanity
#18
londislagerhound
wendyak
Aw, thats a shame londislagerhound as you really can miss out on some fun if you don't go Ryanair.
I fly at least twenty times a year and nearly always on Ryanair.
I would never have travelled as much at the other airlines' prices but with a bit of planning (correct size case, pre-pay mastercard etc) you can get a right result with the minimum of fuss.
The feeling of sitting on a fight that only cost 1p, £1, £5 is great and if you get to a great location for that price its a real plus.


I'd rather pay a fair price and not sit with the type of people who fly Ryanair.


Oi you lol
Im a millionaire and have manners (and still knows what a £1 coin will buy)
So what kind of people fly ryanair???????/ as you suggest
ME FOR ONE.
If it wasn't for ryanair making other airlines be competitive nobody would afford to fly anywhere
DON'T BE SUCH A SNOB!! ...
#19
trolling.
the worst ive had on a ryanair flight is the odd baby crying.
the fact is I like many other people wouldn't have gone abroad 1 tenth as much if it wasn't for flying ryanair (or sometimes easyjet) - flights from other companies often cost as much as I spend on the holiday.
If you're essentially saying people who don't have plenty of money are scum and you wouldn't want to be on a flight with them then whatever lol.

I agree all the cost should be upfront though and why you have to search all over for the right priced ones is infuriating - but just like everyone can do - if you don't like it, don't bother.
#20
Leaving the Ryanair debate behind and getting back to this deal.

The Number 6 bus leaves directly outside the terminal building and takes 15 minutes to get to Treviso railway station - cost 1 euro and the bus runs every 30 minutes. From Treviso there are about 3 trains per hour direct to Venice - it costs just over 2 euros for a single journey which takes around 30 minutes on the faster trains.

So, if you're lucky with your connections, you can get from Treviso airport to the centre of Venice for around £3 in little over an hour.
#21
It's SO yesterday to knock Ryanair - keep up you snobs!!!!!!!!!
#22
Nice deal & Treviso is a lovely town itself - Venice on the other hand is just awesome :D
#23
Besford
It's SO yesterday to knock Ryanair - keep up you snobs!!!!!!!!!


I agree with you entirely. I fly 6 or 7 times per year with Ryanair & if you want to get to your destination on time my advice is to travel light, buy a prepaid mastercard & stop damn whinging about how far Ryanair fly to out of town & get over it. They offer the best value of any Airline - period ...
#24
Agree that deal should be marked as expired due to increase in cost of outward flight. However, it's still available at the ridiculously expensive price of £30.61 per person for a return flight. Hotel still available so it's now just over £70 per person for 2 nights in a hotel with flight.
1 Like #25
Venice is a wonderful destination, and unlike anywhere else in the world. In the context of this website though, just bear in mind that it is extraordinarily expensive. Even on the Lido I was paying £6 for a small bottle of beer last year. Although I can afford it, the feeling of being ripped off detracts from the experience for me.

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