Solo Travel-Exotic Venice from $112/Night: Venice is not just a city for honeymoons. As a young college graduate, I had my first trip to Italy. I joined a Smithsonian art history tour. It was focused on Rome and Florence. I found out on arrival, it was just a short flight to Venice. Since none of the group wanted to go, I made a day trip alone to Venice. On the Alitalia flight, I found out fast that I was the only English speaking passenger. Not to worry! I found a water taxi when I arrived and made my way through the city. I spenet a great day. I was sorry to miss the Gallerie dell’Accademia whhich was closed the day I was there. (So do plan ahead.) I shopped for gold bracelets, toured St. Mark’s and the square and finished the day with coffee at the patio at Harry’s Bar.
Try the solo priced Ca’ Riza. offers a delightful breakfast plus air-conditioned rooms and apartments with free Wi-Fi. They are right in the heart of Venice’s historic center. St Mark’s Square is a 20-minute stroll away.
Decorated in a traditional Venetian style, rooms at the Ca’ Riza feature a tile/marble floor, hardwood/parquet floors TV and mini-bar. Each also includes a safe and desk, hairdryer, iron. Apartments also boast a cooking area, refrigerator tea/coffee maker, kettle and minibar. Each guest room features flat-screen TV. Shared bath room.
Venice Marco Polo airport is 9.3 mi away from Ca’ Riza. You can walk to Santa Lucia Train Station in just 10 minutes.
Santa Croce is a great location for travelers interested in atmosphere, sightseeingand city walks. Nearby landmarks include: