2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 8, 2009 5:25 PM by jerrycoin RSS

Venice restaurants and must-sees

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On a cruise, we will have 24 hours or so to see Venice - what are the must-sees/dos?  What rest. within walking of the port?  Thanks.

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  • Re: Venice restaurants and must-sees
    767pilot Gold
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    I highly recommend a good map, even for 24 hours on the island.  I can walk around Madrid, Barcelona, Athens, and Nice without a map.  Not Venice!  It is the only place I always bring along a map.

     An adable restaurant in VCE is Casin Dei Nobili.  Open for dinner beginning at 7:30pm.  Get there no later than 8pm, or you will not likely get a table.  The location is on the route from the bus station (Piazza Roma) to the Accademia bridge.  It is about 5 minutes from the bridge, before the restaurant Taverna San Trovaso (which is touristy, but OK). 

    Tel: +39 041 241 1841
    Address: Calle del Casin, Dorsoduro 2765
    Notes: Closed Monday

    For lunch, I like a difficult-to-find place near San Marcos called Cava Tappi.  They have outstanding wine by the glass, and fantastic classic Italian lunches.  Location is Campo della Guerra, 525/526.  Tel: 041-2960252

    Out the door to the left a short distance is a great Gellateria.

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  • Re: Venice restaurants and must-sees
    jerrycoin Alumni Steward Platinum 60 Reviews
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    GPS will work in both places!

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