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The one and only place to park in Venice, is the one-and-only Garage Marco Polo! Your happy car will drive in here... Of course you can easily book in advance, just phone them or use their web site, I think. I have in fact found the web site for you Henrik: http://www.GarageSanMarco.it/en They have Italian, German, English on the web site. Note that ...


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The only parking I'm aware of that lets you book in advance over the Internet is at Marco Polo Airport (http://www.veniceairport.it/en/park.html). It's a good option, though; competitive prices (from 10 € a day) and plenty of services to get to and from the city (Venice Marco Polo Airport to Venice); your kids will definitely enjoy arriving into Venice by ...


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Since your parking venue in Fusina is Parcheggio custodito 24h, you probably have a simple solution, at least to solve the Blue Badge problem. Make a photocopy of your Blue Badge, and take the original and the photocopy to the car park attendant. Since the car park is staffed 24 hours per day, you can ask them to check your original and then annotate the ...


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I went to numerous museums in Venice (and Florence and Verona) last summer with a friend in a wheelchair, and she was never asked for documentation at any of them. Simply being in a wheelchair was proof enough.


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First of all, looking at the reviews for Osteria da Nico on Tripadvisor, regrettably you fell prey to a tourist trap. Regarding your question on pricing by weight: such is typical for foods such as meat (e.g. a steak) or especially seasonal fish but very untypical for regular courses (such as e.g. a Pizza). You can find the menu of a reputable Italian ...



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