Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Al Campaniel Guest House in Central Venice
Venice, Queen of the Adriatic, captivating city of canals and palaces is located in Italy's North, built on 117 small islands and has 150 canals and 409 bridges. Bed and breakfast travelers will find some of the world's most famous architecture and museums here. Must-see attractions include the Ca' d'Oro, the Gallerie dell'Accademia, the Doges' Palace, stroll through St. Mark's Square and St. Mark's Basilica. Bed and breakfast travelers will find that a wonderful way to see Venice is via a gondola or boat tour on the canals. Venice is known for its countless large-scale events. Not to be missed is the famous "Carnival", St. Mark's Day and one of Europe's oldest film festivals, "The Biennale del Cinema".
Central Venice Bed and Breakfast
Al Campaniel Guest House is refurbished and open since 2000. The bed and breakfast is located in central Venice. It is less than a minute from the the San Toma vaporetto (water bus) stop and 10 minutes walking from Rialto bridge and the railway station, and 20 minutes from San Marco square. Single, double and triple rooms with bathroom are available, as well as a two room flat for up to four.