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Stayed at the Marconi for 3 nights with friends. Hotel is located perfectly next to the Rialto bridge. Also we found a whole other area to explore behind the hotel. Hotel is a standard Venetian hotel, no lift, quite old fashioned but does the job....More
This hotel is in a perfect location, right next to the Rialto Bridge, a 10 min walk from St Mark's Basillica.
The hotel is 'Venetian' in style, which is charming, however, it could do with a good deep clean (bedroom and public areas).
Great location - right near the Rialto Bridge. Walking distance to all the action. Old and traditional - which also means no lift! If you are able bodied it is great. Room was a bit dated but that added to the experience and you shouldn’t...More
I can't imagine a more ideally located hotel than this one. You walk outside the front door and see the Rialto Bridge every morning! Our room was a good size and had a very nice soaker bathtub which I enjoyed. The bed wasn't the most...More
Whilst it's difficult to get a car on the main part of Sirmione there is onsite parking but do check before booking. The hotel is about 50meters from the lake and with 200 meters of most of the main area. There is a ½ mile...More
US$67 - US$740 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.
Think the other reports have about covered it. Don't get private water taxi, be far too expensive, ACTV water bus very cheap and you can get them outside the train station.. Where they sell the tickets will advise how to... More
Think the other reports have about covered it. Don't get private water taxi, be far too expensive, ACTV water bus very cheap and you can get them outside the train station.. Where they sell the tickets will advise how to get to the Rialto stop, but unfortunately it is across the other side of the canal but not 10 minutes walk..The Rialto bridge stairs is the worst part but only because of the people on it . Yes there are quite a few but easily walkable and you can stop to admire the view. Happy Hols.
It depends on how much luggage you have and how much you are willing to spend. Water taxi is the most hassle free and also the most expensive. Vaporetto is cheaper but if you have large luggage may be a tight fit depending... More
It depends on how much luggage you have and how much you are willing to spend. Water taxi is the most hassle free and also the most expensive. Vaporetto is cheaper but if you have large luggage may be a tight fit depending on how many people are riding . There are other ways but those two are going to be the most hassle free. I personally think the water taxi is worth the price if you have a lot of luggage because it drops you off as close to the hotel door as possible . The vaporetto stop is directly across the water from the hotel but requires crossing the rialto bridge which has a ton of people on it at most hours and there are the stairs to contend with.