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Had to pay for wifi :/ €2 for 24 hours which wasn't too bad. The campsite is next to a highway so it was a little noisy at night. The bathrooms were kept clean. Overall it wasn't too bad. Would stay here again.
I know that its a camping place. But you dont have basic services like: light in or near the tent; plugs to recharge batteries; some place to meet people, like a lounge with a nice place to stay (the staff of the bar just put what they want to see on the tv, like italian programs in general); my tent was all wet (blankets, pillow etc..); a tree felt on a tent during a bad weather (holpfully there was nobady inside); they didnt have extra blankets during cold nights; i dont recomend!
We stayed here because it was the cheapest option close to Venice, but it doesn't end up being so cheap if you aren't prepared with camping equipment and end up buying the overpriced meals they offer. That being said, there is a supermarket super close by. It's great that they provide linen, but everything was damp. The whole tent smelt like mould and we had to do a lot of washing after leaving. Would recommend forking out for a cabin.
If you're a budget traveller this is probably the most comfortable place to stay in Venice, as food, etc, is going to rip a huge hole in your budget. Really easy bus service into the city from outside the campground. I was happy with the stay, but I advise not to rely on buying food from the cafe there as the prices are extortionate. Also wifi is not free which kinda sucks. Still, I'd definitely stay there again if I was returning to Venice.
Situated out of town a bit meant no city hassle and bustle. Quick trip into Venice waterways. Staff provided maps and bus timetables and useful information which was excellent.
The camping site is 7 minutes away by bus from venice and is very easy to get to. We found it really convenient and found the cabin and bathrooms very clean and a good value for our money. I would highly recommend anyone travelling on a budget to venice to stay here.
Had an amazing time exploring Venice from our tent at camping Rialto. Very good value for money, comfortable, real beds and the friendliest staff. Bus is only about 2.50 euros return to Venice- leaves regularly- and you can buy tickets at the camping site. Probably not the best idea to rent a tent in wet weather though as it gets quite damp.
You get what you pay for :) nice cheap accom for a nights sleep. Toilets and showers nice and clean. Staff were helpful. The bar/ mini mart staff were a bit stand off ish but overall a great place to stay!
I love camping- so was perfect for me I booked to share a tent but ended up having it to myself- was heaven. Best sleep in 2 months travelling. Was very cold even with extra blankets. Bussing in each day was no issue, so easy to get to- don't let that put you off!
Camping Rialto was the perfect choice for three people visiting Venice. The staff were happy to answer our questions about Venice and the bus system and anything else. The cabin was a little cold but doable. You got what you needed for the price. Would have been nice if the wifi was free.
Stayed one night at the Camping Rialto. A very obliging girl met us at the reception, checking in did not take long, she gave directions and explained how we could reach the Old City, issued parking talon (parking is vastly available). The premises were in good condition and clean (stayed in a wooden bungalo for three). Not satisfied though about food available. All in all, would recommend.
a little far from the center, but is excellent value for money, really clean and enjoyable, well connected by local buses but think ahead as the trip can be as long as 1 hour if you consider to take also a vaporetto at venice, nevertheless, our 4-people cabin was everything we needed
You get what you pay for. Some of the tents are pitched in an area that is overrun with nature. When we entered the tent we felt more like guests of the insects inside. The staff is extremely accommodating and helpful though. After seeing the tent we were going to leave but they had a cabin available and allowed us to trade up to that. The cabin is much nicer but still limited. There is no insulation so expect cold nights. The facilities are clean and well kept.
- Novice Nomad
- All Male Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
The front office staff were very friendly and helpful. Especially the younger girl who worked in the afternoon. The restaurant was good, not great, but had enough options for food to keep me happy for a few days. The guy that ran it must have worked 18 hrs a day. He was all business, but pleasant, and efficient. That counts for a lot with me. The little prefab wooden house I stayed in needed more light. You have to pay for internet, but it works up by the office. 15 minutes from Venice..
Very good choice. We stayed in cabin for two and at first we were quite afraid of what to expect (since we travelled at the beginning of October and it was supposed to be cold during the nights), but in the end everything was much better than we expected - the cabin has a heater, so it wasn't cold during the nights at all and also the connection to Venice was amazing. Excellent value for money!
- Novice Nomad
- Czech Republic
- All Female Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
We slept in an installed tent. It was VERY small, so that we had problems to put our luggage inside..The food in the minimarket or the 'restaurant' wasn't worth its price, but just across the street there is an Lidl ;) Venice can be reached with a bus wich costs 2,60€ So the Campsite is quite outside the city.