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Where do I begin? We got in at 8pm the first night and were immediately hit by the stench of garbage in the entrance. This hasn't changed the entire time we've been here. The staff seemed helpful at first but nothing can make up for...More
This is our second time staying here and like the first time we couldn't fault it, it's no 4 star hotel but it was very cleaning staff very friendly and the manager Alex bent over backwards to make our stay as pleasant as possible. We...More
After an initial good impression, our experience at B&B Rota went way downhill. The location is very central and close to the main sights and the room we had was nicely furnished in a sort of old-fashioned way. We were also provided with a fan,...More
It is not so expensive if you compare with other hostels in Venice, it's runned by two (brothers?) italian guys that are always fighting, you have acess to clean kitchens and bathrooms, and have everything you need. The location is excelent. I recommend
I stayed in this slum in May 2007. I was told I had a private appartment but after navigating all the bird poo down some dark ally way I arriveded at the black hole of
Calcutta. Things only got worse. My wife needed medical treatment...More
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighbourhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.