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Rome and Venice: 4 Nights at a choice of Hotels + Train Transfer + Return Flights from  £109.65pp @ Groupon
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Enjoyed Rome when I went a few years ago and would definitely go back, Venice is on the to do list Use code ESCAPE15 to get quoted prices based on 4 night trip (can extend to 6 … Read more
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Phila421 m ago

Well ITALIAstar, maybe you should read the thousands of comments on the …Well ITALIAstar, maybe you should read the thousands of comments on the links and all the reviews on Trip Advisor which would tell most people that they should have reservations going to Venice or Rome.


:-) Have you ever been to Venice or Rome or do you get all your facts from the Daily Mail ?

Actually, I've just re-read your comment above - do you write for the Maily Dail - Thousands ??? - could you please send me these links because I can't find them.
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italiastar3348 m ago

Mmm you've quoted two articles about the same place - hardly a reason to …Mmm you've quoted two articles about the same place - hardly a reason to constantly wonder where the next con is coming from.



Well ITALIAstar, maybe you should read the thousands of comments on the links and all the reviews on Trip Advisor which would tell most people that they should have reservations going to Venice or Rome.
noface5 h, 29 m ago

just read the following story: …just read the following story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/29/rome-turns-historic-big-nose-drinking-fountains-drought-grips/ so don't know whether this is still the case


That was last summer !!!!!
Phila42 h, 2 m ago

This has reminded me of a recent story in the Daily Mail about Venice. …This has reminded me of a recent story in the Daily Mail about Venice. See here;http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5296713/Japanese-diners-call-police-charged-1-000.htmlI would suggest you read the comments to discover just what a rip off place Venice is/can be and, funnily enough, a lot of the commenters also say Rome is just as bad. Also, the two restaurants mentioned, Osteria da Luca & Trattoria Casanova, have pretty unbelievable reviews on Trip Adviser - honestly, read both the DM comments and Trip Adviser reviews - it will leave you shaking your head in disbelief!I'm sure you can do Venice and Rome without experiencing problems, but from what I've read it's at the very least daunting and for me it would ruin any break constantly wondering where the next con is coming from.Also this later story;http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5312539/Venice-restaurant-fined-17-000-diners-1-000-bill.html


Mmm you've quoted two articles about the same place - hardly a reason to constantly wonder where the next con is coming from.
This has reminded me of a recent story in the Daily Mail about Venice. See here;

dailymail.co.uk/new…tml


I would suggest you read the comments to discover just what a rip off place Venice is/can be and, funnily enough, a lot of the commenters also say Rome is just as bad. Also, the two restaurants mentioned, Osteria da Luca & Trattoria Casanova, have pretty unbelievable reviews on Trip Adviser - honestly, read both the DM comments and Trip Adviser reviews - it will leave you shaking your head in disbelief!

I'm sure you can do Venice and Rome without experiencing problems, but from what I've read it's at the very least daunting and for me it would ruin any break constantly wondering where the next con is coming from.

Also this later story;

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24 Piece Venice Cutlery Set £3.99 @ Argos
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Cheap and cheerful :3 This 24-piece Venice cutlery set from the Simple Value range would be ideal for a student living at university, a first home gift or as a set of spare… Read more
mr_deals32 m ago

Yes. I would appear so. But still a great price that others may not be …Yes. I would appear so. But still a great price that others may not be aware of.


I got this as I thought it was on sale. Impulse buying eh.
Nicolidus1 h, 33 m ago

This is standard price, right?


Yes. I would appear so. But still a great price that others may not be aware of.
This is standard price, right?
I actually prefer a flat thin handle, thick round ones are a pain! They spin in your hands.
Are these the sort of thing with a very thin handle which is not comfortable to hold, and will probably tarnish and bend more easily - I realise they're cheap, but sometimes it's better to pay a bit more and get better quality when it's something you're going to use a lot.

If it's a thicker handle then good value of course, and worth buying.
£99pp – 3-night Venice city break in Mestre inc flights @ Travelzoo
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When Depart from London Stansted on 20-23 January or from East Midlands on 20 January What's included Return flights Three nights at the Smart Hotel Holiday, in a Standard Dou… Read more
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I agree we stayed in Mestre & travelled in. You used to be able to get the train for about a Euro but that was 10 years ago!
wendyak3 h, 42 m ago

Mestre is ages away and on the mainland, book your own and choose a hotel …Mestre is ages away and on the mainland, book your own and choose a hotel in Venice or Venice Lido


Mestre is actually not ages away, I personally find it quicker and easier to get to Venice from Mestre as it only takes 15, 20 minutes by bus, depends where the hotel is located, might be longer.
But if you also preffer a sea view or to walk on the beach then choose Lido.
In that case you will need a boat to get to Venice which also costs more.
Then pay 80 euro for a go in a Gondola. Bet the paddlers wear masks, b&w stripey jumpers and keep the money in a bag with 'swag' written on it.
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sleepingwonder47 m ago

well i guess youll have to weigh up whether you want to pay an absolute …well i guess youll have to weigh up whether you want to pay an absolute fortune for a hotel on the island or suffer 20 mins on the bus and stay somewhere a hell of alot cheaper...


I paid £119pp for 3 nights, 4 star, on Lido.
mayzi47 m ago

That says it all. 20 minutes by bus.... a bus takes away from the romance …That says it all. 20 minutes by bus.... a bus takes away from the romance of Venice.Lido isn't too bad. A few minutes on the boat


well i guess youll have to weigh up whether you want to pay an absolute fortune for a hotel on the island or suffer 20 mins on the bus and stay somewhere a hell of alot cheaper...
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Rise of Venice Gold PC game on Fanatical for only £3.41 for Steam key with code @ Fanatical
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Was £18.99 now only £3.41 with WINTER10 code The Gold Edition includes the Beyond the Sea DLC, Sea Monster DLC and Steamship DLC Venice was at the peak of its power during… Read more
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Maybe it's because they sound too much like dodgy coins.
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LEGO Architecture Venice - £16.71 prime / £20.70 non prime @ Amazon
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Brilliant price.
Ohh these are so nice. I love the architecture sets.
Not a lot of bricks as far as I can see. Venice is mainly water isn’t it?
Cheers, I got the Berlin set as well as it was on offer too.
From London: Valentine's Day in Venice (2 Day/1 Night Stay) 5 mins from St Marks for £137.54 £68.77pp @ Ebookers
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If you are specifically wanting to treat your other half and get away on Valentine's Day, then I think this is great value. It's a 2 day/1 night stay to Venice and although you can… Read more
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Ryan air usually fly to Treviso airport and over an hours transfer, Marco Polo 10 mins🤔
I'll spend valentines day as a soho away day 4 20 quid shags
Hmmm, Romantic and Ryan air dont seem to go together. You may have to fly the plane yourself!!
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4 Night Venice and Florence Double City Break including London flights @ gogroopie - £129
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2 Nights in Venice at : http://www.hotelaristonvenice.com/en/index.html or http://www.hotelcentralevenice.com/en & 2 Nights in Florence at: http://www.hotelcorolle.it/u… Read more
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What is the best month to visit Venice? How is the weather in Venice in October/november/December? I am planning to go Venice but not sure if its the right time of year.
agnostic31st Aug

Makes perfect sense to post it as per person. Simple maths will get you a …Makes perfect sense to post it as per person. Simple maths will get you a group price.


But that's not the price when you go to buy. It makes more sense to put the price you will be paying. Simple maths will get the price per person.
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Makes perfect sense to post it as per person. Simple maths will get you a group price.
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greyman197011 h, 28 m ago

Min. 2 people per booking. £129 per person.



I hate when people post these deals with the price per person when you cant even book individually. Its just misleading. Probably trying to make the deal look cheaper...
24 Piece Venice Cutlery Set £3.19 @ Argos
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Cheap and cheerful, over 1000 reviews. Cut. Skewer. Scoop. Munch. This 24-piece Venice cutlery set from the Simple Value range would be ideal for a student living at unive… Read more
Just bought them and they are perfectly fine quality - can't see anything wrong with them at all.
great price.
Its goona bend while eating in such a price.
Funny how people are moaning about the quality, they are £3.19 wtf do you want lol?
Good price but not good finish that's for sure. Very sharp edges, hurts and you feel it. Otherwise it's okay and good value for money. No heat unfortunately
Italian 2 Night Hotel Stay (near Venice) With London Flights £69p.p @ GoGroopie
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Really nice price for a 2 night Italian hotel stay including flights, perfect for a romantic break away maybe? You can also choose a 3, or 4 night break and prices vary depending … Read more
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Flights can be found easily between £25-£30pp and hotels in Mestre are so so cheap. You can most certainly find better hotels for much cheaper using discount codes on other hotel websites such as Ebookers and putting this trip together cheaper, especially reading the reviews of some of the hotels.
I did a four day Groupon deal for Venice and Rome flying from Manchester in November last year, try and book the flight, train transfers and hotel for the same money. You can't, brilliant value for money and you only spend time in the hotel to sleep. Would recommend and do the trip again abytime
Stupid comments here. Obviously nobody has ever been to Venice before, yet they speak as if they were experts. Mestre is the closest city on the mainland. Venice, for those who do not comprehend the concept, is a collection of islands. Venice can not accommodate all tourists. I'd be surprised if it could accommodate more than 25% of tourists to Venice. Usually hotels in Mestre are better in terms of quality than the ones in Venice, unless you choose one of the Grand Hotels for £300 or more per person per night. To say that Mestre is miles away from Venice is like to say that Earl's Court is miles away from London!
This is a brilliant deal. Mestre is a 15 minute journey max across the bridge to main town Venice (I stayed there in June) so Mestre is a very good location, mirano is obviously further away but they do boat trips from Venice to Mirano (vice versa) everyday -so Mestre is definitely a better place to be. The bus is €3 return a day which is super cheap and the food isn't that expensive and the fact that this includes flights is brilliant...yes they'll probably be awful hours but I'm sure you could change them for a small fee. Wish I lived near London! It'd cost me more than this for a return ticket from liverpool to London!
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I hate it when people don't explain the deal correctly - This is £69 per person and is based on 2 sharing, so I'm marking this as 'COLD' because its actually £138 for 2 people !
From London: 5 night Verona, Lake Garda & Venice Break £182.25pp @ Ebookers/ Ryanair
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Here is a lovely 5 night trip to Verona, Lake Garda and Venice, ideal for those that want to visit some of Italy and don't mind using the trains to travel about. 28/09-30/09 Fly e… Read more
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Good deal op, a lot of effort put into the breakdown of cost.
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itsillogical8 h, 23 m ago

We did this very trip earler this year as we were attending a wedding on …We did this very trip earler this year as we were attending a wedding on Lake Como. Didn't do Verona at all really, as we ran out of time, so another day maybe.For what it's worth we stayed at Meublè AdrianaVicolo Strentelle 21, Sirmione, BS, 25019, Italy, 0203 027 9779 ( from £76 currently on Hotels.com) which is in the centre of Sirmione with a view landward to the Castle from the roof terrace. Basic , but puts you in easy walking of the many resturants in Sirmione. Sirmione is bottom centre of Lake Garda so the other places can be reached by the ferries from there too. I'd second getting the train into Venice too, so easy. We actually had a hire car via BA which gave us 'free' days' so we ended up parking it in a secured car park in Verona near to the station, so not so 'free' afterall. We booked the train via the Trenitalia web site, which was in English.As for Venice, come out of the station and to the right on the canal is a ferry booth, where you can get a ferry pass for x number of hours/days. This makes the ferry service so much easier and cheaper to do.We stayed at Hotel Al Codega (Double £145+) which i can recommend, it was ideally centred near to St Marks etc. A bit pricy for some maybe, but we won't be going back anyday soon i'm afraid :-(



why so expensive for hotels? it is only lake!
From East Midlands: April/May Italian Rail Trip Venice-Cinque Terra-Milan-Rome-Naples £415.71 Inc flights, accommodation & all train journeys £831.42 @ Ebookers
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Here is a lovely Italian road trip, or rather rail trip as it involves using the Italian trains to explore. Italian trains are cheap, easy to use and far better than tackling Itali… Read more
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For the Duomo you can get tickets for a roofwalk stunning views of Milan
Thanks so much shared bathroom not a problem at all.
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onelifeliveit369

Thanks so much for posting this sounds amazing. I'm planning on taking my … Thanks so much for posting this sounds amazing. I'm planning on taking my son to Rome for his 21st this spring so the central,value accomodation you have specified sounds great..once again thanks for sharing your expertise.



No problem. I've actually just realised the accommodation in Rome has a shared bathroom. It wasn't very clear in the booking.com description so I've updated the listing. It's really common to have shared bathrooms in a lot of the cheaper places but if you really don't fancy the idea then I'm sure you can find other options. That said, I can't find anything negative about this little B&B and the breakfasts look amazing. I've stayed in a lot of places in Europe that have shared bathrooms in smaller B&B and it has never bothered me but each to their own. Have a lovely trip.
Thanks so much for posting this sounds amazing. I'm planning on taking my son to Rome for his 21st this spring so the central,value accomodation you have specified sounds great..once again thanks for sharing your expertise.
From Birmingham: Valentines Verona & Venice Trip £122.28pp @ Hotels.com
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Two romantic cities in one trip, and Valentines day too. This is a great value trip, and I've put this together for those that don't want to spend too much but want a really nice … Read more
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bluep

Brilliant trip - you are posting some great stuff lately Rachel



Thank you!!
Brilliant trip - you are posting some great stuff lately Rachel
Is there a single person supplement?
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I love Verona too. I spent 3 nights there and got thre Verona card. Such a pretty city and you could always visit the Lake Garda area too. I've used the Italian trains and they are very good. I don't rate the overnight trains with Trein Italia though, from Paris to Venice was not good. By contrast from Venice to Vienna on the overnight train was amazing.

My two favourite cities! Love Verona great shops,restaurants and the amphitheater. Venice is just beautiful anytime of year but much quieter this time if year. The trains are great allocated seats so no standing like rubbish British trains! Want to go now!

From London: 2 nights in Venice on a boat £128.04pp Inc flights, accommodation & transfers £256.09 @ Booking.com
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Fancy a couple of nights in Venice staying on a boat? This is a lovely little deal for quirky accommodation with private bathrooms and the flight times mean you have 3 full days in… Read more
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Chrrye

Double room with a single bed?



It is a double room and also has a single bed.
Double room with a single bed?
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Got to be worth a punt!
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From Bristol: Bologna and Venice Trip £114.48 @ Venere
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Bologna and Venice are my two of my favourite Italian cities, along with Verona but food wise Bologna is where I've had some of the tastiest Italian meals. I've put together this … Read more
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Yep, I converted Euro to £ using Google conversion rated when I posted the deal.
Thanks for this, noticed the breakdown of prices includes a mix of pound Stirling and Euro, is the total fully calculated in pounds Stirling?
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ciarandanielbyrne1

I will have to research it later. Have you booked this or are you … I will have to research it later. Have you booked this or are you undecided?



Oh no I'm in the North West but I have done something similar myself. Bologna is a lovely city and its so easy using the trains too. I only suggest places to stay I'd be happy in myself and staying in the historic centre.
rachelandgromit

Probably yes. I didn't see single rooms unfortunately. There were some … Probably yes. I didn't see single rooms unfortunately. There were some good looking hostels in Bologna and if you are willing to share bathrooms there are even cheaper and better rated places to stay.


I will have to research it later. Have you booked this or are you undecided?
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ciarandanielbyrne1

Looks great I suppose the rooms are the same price even if it is just me … Looks great I suppose the rooms are the same price even if it is just me myself and I?;)



Probably yes. I didn't see single rooms unfortunately. There were some good looking hostels in Bologna and if you are willing to share bathrooms there are even cheaper and better rated places to stay.
4 nights in Venice for £90.89pp including flights and staying in the heart of Venice in an outstanding hotel @ hotels.com
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This deal is based on 2 people flying out to Venice from East Midlands on 26th January returning on 30th January. You will be staying for 4 nights in the amazing 3* Ca' Bragadin Ca… Read more
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I'm currently sat on a plane waiting to fly back from Rome - been here for 3 days on a little break.

Yes, there are people selling junk at a lot of the tourist hot spots and on busy streets, but if that ruined the holiday for you then perhaps you didn't go with the right expectations or indeed didn't actually do enough while you were here?
There is ALOT to do in Rome, even the things off the beaten track are fascinating. I'm curious as to what other 'nonsense' there is here?
The only complaint I have is how utterly shocking the bread is in Rome X)
drummerdickens

You've said nothing extra to detract from my points. I just don't … You've said nothing extra to detract from my points. I just don't understand how you can let such a minor issue ruin your experience of one of the most historically rich city's in the world.



I just found it a bit much if I'm honest mate. I guess i wasn't expecting it and it kind of ruined the trip for me. Felt like a tourist trap and i wasn't really expecting that i guess

Although I am not one to care much about history, i did enjoy visiting places like the vatican etc but all the other nonsense in and around it ruined the experience for me. Sounds like the histroical value outweighed the rest of it for you but for me it was the other way around.
timj13

My response was towards the guy banging on about venice being rubbish and … My response was towards the guy banging on about venice being rubbish and full of people selling "trinkets"The same as they do in RomePersonally i hated Rome, i visited all the places you mentioned and while the history was great and inspiring it doesnt detract from the fact it is a huge tourist trap with inflated prices, people selling tons of crap on every street corner and outside every single place with any historical value.Its all about context. You might love Rome, i don't. Also this deal is about Venice and personally i think it's a cracking deal. Not sure why the guy brought Rome into it. It's not a worldwide city popularity competition



You've said nothing extra to detract from my points. I just don't understand how you can let such a minor issue ruin your experience of one of the most historically rich city's in the world.
drummerdickens

So Rome, a city that contains the colosseum, St Peters basilica, the … So Rome, a city that contains the colosseum, St Peters basilica, the Vatican museums, the Sistine Chapel, the army memorial Parthenon thing (whose name I forget), the trevi fountain and the gardens outside of the colosseum which is steeped in history, wonderful food and cheap, good quality booze is apparently "crap" because a few guys flog handbags on street corners who absolutely do not bother you unless you approach them?Alright mate.



My response was towards the guy banging on about venice being rubbish and full of people selling "trinkets"

The same as they do in Rome

Personally i hated Rome, i visited all the places you mentioned and while the history was great and inspiring it doesnt detract from the fact it is a huge tourist trap with inflated prices, people selling tons of crap on every street corner and outside every single place with any historical value.

Its all about context. You might love Rome, i don't. Also this deal is about Venice and personally i think it's a cracking deal. Not sure why the guy brought Rome into it. It's not a worldwide city popularity competition

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great Deal op
2 nights/3 days in Venice just £68.26pp with great central hotel @ Venere/Ryanair
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Fancy a budget trip to Venice. Here we have a lovely 2 night break to Venice in a fantastic rated hotel that is walking distance to all the attractions. It has great reviews. The f… Read more
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rachelandgromit

I just realised that I only gave a price for a one way journey on the … I just realised that I only gave a price for a one way journey on the bus/train per person. The following gives you some options. The bus/train is cheapest and easy to do. I've done this myself and arriving into Venice at the train station is there's way. Walking out of the station and seeing the Grand Canal. You will go to Santa Lucia station In Venice.Treviso airportNote that many low-cost airlines (such as Ryanair) use the Treviso airport, about 30 km north of Venice - http://www.trevisoairport.it. There is a regular ATVO coach service linking this airport with Mestre and Venice (Piazzale Roma). - see http://www.atvo.it for timetables. The journey from Treviso airport to Piazzale Roma takes around 40 minutes. Tickets cost €10.00 or €18.00 for a return ticket.An ACTT bus - scheduled service No 6 - takes about 20 minutes to travel from Treviso airport to Treviso station and runs every half hour. Bus fare is €1.40. There is then good train service to Mestre and to Santa Lucia station In Venice. Train fare is €3.30. See http://www.trenitalia.it for timetables.Another option between Treviso airport and Venice is the slightly quicker bus service which uses the highway and has fewer stops, run by Barzi. It charges €10.00 or €18.00 for a return ticket. It goes to and from Tronchetto in Venice, opposite the People Mover which links Tronchetto to the Piazzale Roma. The People Mover is like an airport train with three stops; P. Roma, the cruise ship terminal and Tronchetto. It takes about three minutes at a nominal cost.


Just a quick update when i went from treviso i used the ryanair bus no issues getting to venice just check the timetable carefully.
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ZackyBoy10

Thank you, great info!!!



Credit to Tripadvisor for that.
rachelandgromit

I just realised that I only gave a price for a one way journey on the … I just realised that I only gave a price for a one way journey on the bus/train per person. The following gives you some options. The bus/train is cheapest and easy to do. I've done this myself and arriving into Venice at the train station is there's way. Walking out of the station and seeing the Grand Canal. You will go to Santa Lucia station In Venice.Treviso airportNote that many low-cost airlines (such as Ryanair) use the Treviso airport, about 30 km north of Venice - www.trevisoairport.it. There is a regular ATVO coach service linking this airport with Mestre and Venice (Piazzale Roma). - see www.atvo.it for timetables. The journey from Treviso airport to Piazzale Roma takes around 40 minutes. Tickets cost €10.00 or €18.00 for a return ticket.An ACTT bus - scheduled service No 6 - takes about 20 minutes to travel from Treviso airport to Treviso station and runs every half hour. Bus fare is €1.40. There is then good train service to Mestre and to Santa Lucia station In Venice. Train fare is €3.30. See www.trenitalia.it for timetables.Another option between Treviso airport and Venice is the slightly quicker bus service which uses the highway and has fewer stops, run by Barzi. It charges €10.00 or €18.00 for a return ticket. It goes to and from Tronchetto in Venice, opposite the People Mover which links Tronchetto to the Piazzale Roma. The People Mover is like an airport train with three stops; P. Roma, the cruise ship terminal and Tronchetto. It takes about three minutes at a nominal cost.



Thank you, great info!!!
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I just realised that I only gave a price for a one way journey on the bus/train per person. The following gives you some options. The bus/train is cheapest and easy to do. I've done this myself and arriving into Venice at the train station is there's way. Walking out of the station and seeing the Grand Canal. You will go to Santa Lucia station In Venice.


Treviso airport

Note that many low-cost airlines (such as Ryanair) use the Treviso airport, about 30 km north of Venice - trevisoairport.it. There is a regular ATVO coach service linking this airport with Mestre and Venice (Piazzale Roma). - see atvo.it for timetables. The journey from Treviso airport to Piazzale Roma takes around 40 minutes. Tickets cost €10.00 or €18.00 for a return ticket.

An ACTT bus - scheduled service No 6 - takes about 20 minutes to travel from Treviso airport to Treviso station and runs every half hour. Bus fare is €1.40. There is then good train service to Mestre and to Santa Lucia station In Venice. Train fare is €3.30. See trenitalia.it for timetables.

Another option between Treviso airport and Venice is the slightly quicker bus service which uses the highway and has fewer stops, run by Barzi. It charges €10.00 or €18.00 for a return ticket. It goes to and from Tronchetto in Venice, opposite the People Mover which links Tronchetto to the Piazzale Roma. The People Mover is like an airport train with three stops; P. Roma, the cruise ship terminal and Tronchetto. It takes about three minutes at a nominal cost.
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I'm all booked, but can't seem to find the transfers, if anyone can help? Thanks
7 night Italian road trip for just £179pp including flights, car hire and hotels @ venere
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This price is based on 2 people travelling from East Midlands on 17th November returning 24th November and staying at hotels in Milan, Verona, Venice and Bologna. All the hotels I… Read more
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Lyssie

Thanks Blueskies, think we're going to attempt something like this! Only … Thanks Blueskies, think we're going to attempt something like this! Only thing I would say is that Goldcar has pages and pages online dedicated to how bad it is. If possible, another car rental company may be preferable!



Cool I'll keep that in mind next time about goldcar, never booked with them myself so can't even defend them haha!
Thanks Blueskies, think we're going to attempt something like this! Only thing I would say is that Goldcar has pages and pages online dedicated to how bad it is. If possible, another car rental company may be preferable!
celticprince

Hey 'Rain Man', if you want to put Rome into Italian context, try Naples!



I've had quite enough of driving in Italy. I dont think my nerves could handle anymore.
darren9030

That's fair enough David , but with your last comment I doubt you've ever … That's fair enough David , but with your last comment I doubt you've ever driven in Malta, Romania ( Bucharest anyway ) & Lithuania . They make the Italian's seem as though they drive Tonka toys



Can't say I've ever driven in those places so I won't play that one-upmanship game and also,this deal is for Italy not those places so not quite sure of the relevance. But suffice to say, if one is used to driving in England, then the driving experience in Italy is rather different. Beautiful country but driving there is not a relaxing pleasure a lot of the time.
msharif911

I am an excellent driver, but driving in Rome terrified the living carp … I am an excellent driver, but driving in Rome terrified the living carp out of me. On a roundabout the traffic JOINING the roundabout has right of way. Yes, you read that right.I was there for a year and never ever got used to it. If you are getting a hire car dont even think about not getting CDW.



Hey 'Rain Man', if you want to put Rome into Italian context, try Naples!
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