4 nights Venice from east midlands with Ryanair 2 adults with return flights and 3* hotel included with breakfast good hotel tripadvisor reviews £154.06 for 2 adults or£77.03 pp @Bravofly
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4 nights Venice from east midlands with Ryanair 2 adults with return flights and 3* hotel included with breakfast good hotel tripadvisor reviews £154.06 for 2 adults or£77.03 pp @Bravofly

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Found 26th Jan 2014
4 night break in Venice for 2 adults with return flights and a 3* hotel with good tripadvisor reviews which includes breakfast.

Flying out from East Midlands airport on the
Outbound
Departure Tue 04/02/2014
Ryanair
Economy 10:05 Nottingham EN East Midlands 13:25 Treviso SantAngelo
Return
Sat 08/02/2014
Ryanair
Economy 13:20 Treviso SantAngelo 14:40 Nottingham EN East Midlands

Staying at the Piave hotel for 4 nights

The 3* Hotel Piave enjoys a fabulous location in Mestre, 150 meters from the train station from where trains go to Venice every 5 to 10 minutes, enabling guests to explore this vibrant city and the delightful attractions it has to offer. The hotel features 64 comfortable guestrooms, which come equipped with satellite TV and a telephone. The Hotel Piave also features a safe, parking space, lifts and some disabled access. Dogs are permitted in the hotel.

Flight is booked via bravo fly and the hotel with alpha rooms

alpharooms.com/ext…896

51 Comments

i've said it before but i'll say it again......your deals are smokin

Original Poster

Cheers cam2012

Have stayed in Mestre on visit to Venice. It is really easy to get to Venice on the train journey lasting a few minutes

Little tip - machines outside rail station do not provide local tickets - do not queue for train tickets in ticket office due to big queues..
Go in main entrance - turn right by first track - enter first waiting room on right - immediately on left there is a ticket machine for local journeys that rarely has a queue. Really easy

Would happily stay in Mestre but do not know Hotel Piave. Deal sounds good

Invalid link? O.o

Original Poster

gowingnator

Invalid link? O.o



Link updated

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This is not hot yet but it will be now!

When I follow the link it's just a flight only?

How do you get from Treviso SantAngelo Airport to Mestre ?

This is a ridiculously low price! If I didn't work in a school and didn't have two small children I'd be booking this in a heartbeat.

Original Poster

ziggy64

How do you get from Treviso SantAngelo Airport to Mestre ?



travelrepublic and alpharooms do cheap transfers if these are required

Original Poster

dawsonz

When I follow the link it's just a flight only?



Thats right it's not possible to attach to links to one post when the merchants are different for flight and hotel

ziggy64

How do you get from Treviso SantAngelo Airport to Mestre ?



Ryan Air bus to Venice bus station,then bus or train(over the bridge) to Mestre

Worth paying extra to stay in Venice itself. Why would you stay on the outskirts of such a beautiful city. Been loads and always stay nr the Rialto Bridge. Not as expensive as you think and great to have a short stroll back to the hotel after your evening out.

I heard that Treviso itself was nice that came from my friend Ewan Trevis who went there in search of love and the good life!

How long thins deal on for? I need to check with work....

Any deals from newcastle airport that anyone knows of?

Treviso is great - had one of the best cocktails ever at a little bar near the town square. Venice is nicer on an evening once the majority of tourists have left.

markbowen07

travelrepublic and alpharooms do cheap transfers if these are required



Sorry Mark missed the other link in the post. Thanks, have some heat.

Would you be able to recommend any hotels you have stayed in around Rialto Bridge area which would be reasonable priced

ziggy64

Would you be able to recommend any hotels you have stayed in around … Would you be able to recommend any hotels you have stayed in around Rialto Bridge area which would be reasonable priced



Can get some good packages at Monaco and grand, very we'll placed for vaporetti . but next time I go I will stay in dorsodoro area.

Very good deal but to me its pointless unless actually staying in a hotel actually in Venice. Breakfast on the grand canal overlooking st Marks is just so relaxing....before heading for a day's manic touristing. Late night walks back to the hotel through the dark eerie streets are all part of the experience.

foxymeister

Worth paying extra to stay in Venice itself. Why would you stay on the … Worth paying extra to stay in Venice itself. Why would you stay on the outskirts of such a beautiful city. Been loads and always stay nr the Rialto Bridge. Not as expensive as you think and great to have a short stroll back to the hotel after your evening out.



Totally agree - I went last year and had a hotel booked in Mestre.

Big mistake, it was a nightmare getting from the hotel to Venice (and expensive). I checked out after one night and found a cheap B & B opposite St Marks square (which was much cheaper than the hotel in Mestre I had intended to stay in when the travel costs were taken into account.)

There are cheap places to stay in the city if you shop around and it's worth it just to be able to stroll around the city in the evening without worrying about transport.

Would not recommend any hotels in Mestre, especially if you want to visit venice night time, Rail station is a well known doggy area of the town...... Better stay in venice, (if you can afford it!) Beginning of February, still very cold and maybe the risk of "acqua alta" when the sea rise over the safe levels.... Venice is not very child friendly, and it is the only town that I know that charge 2 euro to use a public toilet. Treviso and Padova are the best safer place to choose an hotel and on the same time nice towns to visit.

I can't recommend this place highly enough. I booked a double superior and got upgraded to a junior suite, looking at reviews, this seems quite common. Three double bay windows over looking the canal.

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gfrdl

Have stayed in Mestre on visit to Venice. It is really easy to get to … Have stayed in Mestre on visit to Venice. It is really easy to get to Venice on the train journey lasting a few minutesLittle tip - machines outside rail station do not provide local tickets - do not queue for train tickets in ticket office due to big queues.. Go in main entrance - turn right by first track - enter first waiting room on right - immediately on left there is a ticket machine for local journeys that rarely has a queue. Really easyWould happily stay in Mestre but do not know Hotel Piave. Deal sounds good



Most hotel reception desks in Mestre sell Venice train tickets. Also bus travel, from next to the station, is included in the price of Vaporetto travel passes. Ignore comments about expense of getting in from Mestre as it's basically free and the hotels near the station are very handy. It is better staying on the islands but generally very much more expensive.

Treviso, Padua and Vicenza are also great cities in their own right.

Anything at all like this from liverpool?? Amazing deal!!

Excellent deal.... Loving all the deals for short breaks/holidays at the moment.. Cheers

Shouldn't this deal headlines mestre (near Venice)
Cracking deal otherwise, having been to Venice a few times, I.d definately recommend staying out of town, as hotels tend to be way over priced and poor quality in Venice

Both times I was sufficiently happy I.d seen enough with only 24 hours in Venice

Pack some thermals for this one. Venice in Feb can be sooooo cooooold.

Went in summer once, Venice stank and was fed up of restaurants trying to charge me for a chair and knife and fork. Gondola was nice with just me and wife, but Venice highly overrated. Preferred walking around Verona.

jaydeeuk1

Went in summer once, Venice stank and was fed up of restaurants trying to … Went in summer once, Venice stank and was fed up of restaurants trying to charge me for a chair and knife and fork. Gondola was nice with just me and wife, but Venice highly overrated. Preferred walking around Verona.



Winter is a nice time to go to Venice. Hardly any tourists, no smell, decent hotels near St Marks relatively cheap, easy to go on things like the Secret Tour of the Doge's Palace, bracing weather but sometimes excellent views (flooded squares, snow, fogs from the lagoon, etc).

Great post mark. Venice is such a beautiful city. I have Rome booked or would have defo had some of this

Heat added.

Just got back from 5 nights in venice on saturday. It was really easy to get from TSF airport into venice. Absolutely beautiful city, it wasn't very busy and wasn't that expense due to the time of year.

Went last year stayed in porec Croatia, and went to Venice for the day by ferry . Spent the same amount in Venice in one day as I did for the week in Croatia. Porec is great btw and a unesco site in its own right. Just thought it was worth putting on here as an option. Hot deal

trevisio airport is at least an hour transfer and easy enough by Ryan Air bus but Venice is far to beautiful to stay outside of...

cam2012

i've said it before but i'll say it again......your deals are smokin



Yeah, and sunshine's got NOTHIN'!!!
Edited by: "Lquiz" 27th Jan 2014

Askrulous

Very good deal but to me its pointless unless actually staying in a hotel … Very good deal but to me its pointless unless actually staying in a hotel actually in Venice. Breakfast on the grand canal overlooking st Marks is just so relaxing....before heading for a day's manic touristing. Late night walks back to the hotel through the dark eerie streets are all part of the experience.



Perhaps not EVERYONE is as "rich" as you then, so maybe to them its NOT pointless!!......

jdr116

Perhaps not EVERYONE is as "rich" as you then, so maybe to them its NOT … Perhaps not EVERYONE is as "rich" as you then, so maybe to them its NOT pointless!!......



I'd to say if your going to go then stay in venice, We found a nice little hotel and it cost £165 for two people for five nights, with breakfast, It would have been £120 but we upgraded our room before we went. If you look around there are some cheap gems...
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