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|Tipo di proprietà||casa|
|Soggiorno minimo||3 Notti|
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La nostra struttura è situata in posizione panoramica sulla laguna ed è comoda ad ogni servizio sia verso il centro di Venezia che per le isole dell'estuario come Torcello e Burano. La casa di recente costruzione offre 2 camere e un bagno.
Una camera dispone di un letto matrimoniale un armadio a 6 ante e un comò, la seconda camera ha 2 letti singoli, il bagno è finestrato ed è completo di doccia, bidet e asciugacapelli.
L'appartamento si trova a 5 minuti a piedi per ogni punto di interesse come : i supermercati Coop e Despar, l'imbarco per ogni destinazione, il museo del vetro,la Basilica di S.Donato del 7° secolo, la chiesa di S.Pietro martire con opere del Tintoretto,Bellini e Veronese.
Se poi amate l'arte avrete modo di apprezzare le opere che arredano l'appartamento e molte altre perchè chi vi ospita è un'affermato pittore.
Murano è una cittadina interessante per la quiete, per la posizione e per l'arte del vetro unica al mondo, nelle strade si trovano esposte permanentemente opere in vetro dei più significativi maestri locali.
E stata una bellissima vacanza, appartamento confortevole, molto pulito e corrispondente alla descrizione, gentilezza e disponibilità dei proprietari non sono mancati soprattutto nei consigli su come muoversi a Venezia.
Peccato non esserci stati d'estate per godere di una cenetta in giardino.
Vom 01. bis 08. Oktober waren wir mit vier Personen dort. Die Wohnung ist wie beschrieben gut ausgestattet, hat eine wunderbare Lage mit Terrasse und Garten zum Kanal und ist künstlerisch sehenswert ausgestaltet. Schnell erreicht man zu Fuß den Vaporetto 4.1 und 4.2, der einen überall in Venedig hin bringt. Fußläufig nach ca. 5 Minuten beginnen die Glasbläsereien und Geschäfte. Bäcker, COOP und Pizzeria sind ebenfalls nicht weit. Wir haben es sehr genossen, im Garten nach den Besichtigungstouren relaxt und dem Bootsverkehr auf dem Kanal zugeschaut. Ein wirklich tolles Quartier!
My husband and I spent a lovely four nights in Giampaolo's apartment on the island of Murano. We explored many of the nearby islands as well as Venice itself thanks to a water bus (vaporetto) pass. But to be honest, I looked forward to the evenings when we'd return to the apartment and watch the sun set over the water. The apartment had everything we needed and my husband and I agreed that the bed was one of the most comfortable we'd ever slept in! I highly recommend this apartment for anyone looking for a quiet respite from the busyness of Venice and a good homebase for your exploration of the area.
You cannot fault this apartment for space/cleanliness/comfort BUT I have dropped 1 star for a few reasons, which do not detract from the apartment itself. I had looked online & saw that it was a 2 bedroomed apartment, a double bedded room & a twin bedded room. I made the booking on the basis that I would either be travelling with my daughter or possibly my son. I had seen that for 2 people you were supposed to use 1 room or the other but thought that either would be available to use - this proved not to be the case. Only the double bedded room was made ready (not ideal even with my daughter & definitely not had it been myself & my son !). The twin room is accessed through the double room & can be locked & isolated from the rest of the apartment, something which wasn't clear. We arrived quite late & felt really bad that Mrs Ghisetti had to make up the twin beds for myself & daughter - it is obviously more comfortable to have your own bed rather than share a double when it's warm. On that note, the air con is only available in the living area, not the bedrooms, where it is probably most needed but in June, we were OK. There were loads of random books available but nothing about places to eat/boat times etc. There was an Aliliguna timetable but not the ACTV one (I suspect someone had taken it out with them & not put it back). We spent time using the 4.2 route to St Mark's Sq (nearly an hour) when we could have got a number 7 boat from Murano Faro (15 mins walk) which was way quicker & more direct. It took another tourist staying in Venice itself, who we met on a food tour, to inform us of that. Murano is very sleepy & not particularly geared up for tourists - restaurants are spaced out on the Island & don't stay open very late at all. In fact we went out on the 2nd night at 20:30, having been out all day, so thought that time was fine to go out for a meal & struggled to find somewhere to serve us by 21:00, as the majority of restaurants had stopped taking food orders & seem to close altogether by about 22:00hrs. This would have been very useful to know. Also, beware that you are woken up by clanging church bells by 7:30am, whether you like it or not. The apartment was totally as per the pictures, with gorgeous pieces of art which I was terrified of breaking ! Mrs Ghisetti was lovely & gave us some delicious homemade cake for our breakfast, as we arrived too late for the supermarket. This is a fantastic apartment which I would recommend.
Venice is packed with tourists. This is a great place to retreat to and feel like a local. The other islands and airport are just a short ferry ride away. The art on display in Burano, including Giampaulo's, of course, is amazing.
Giampaulo was very accommodating, and we enjoyed our stay.
This was our very first time to Italy and we travelled with our 4 year old son. We stayed at Giampaolo's peaceful, clean, and artfully decorated place for 4 nights. We really wanted a "dolce vita" vacation, so staying on Murano during our Venice visit was the best decision ever. We got the 72 hour vaporetto pass and visited Burano and Torcello on our second day and visited Venice on our last 2 days there. Venice was crowded and overwhelmed our 4 year old son, so at the end of the day, he would always say he wanted to go "home" to Giampaolo's house.
There is a Coop supermarket in Murano by the Museo vaporetto stop where we would stop by in the evenings as well as a delicious gelateria tucked in a side street identified by a folding board sign out front (not the one by the bridge). Some nights we would walk back to the house alongside the water enjoying the view and peacefulness of Murano and other nights we would walk through the back streets and take our son to the lovely park and playground. The Venier stop is only a few minutes from the house, so we took the #3 vaporetto stop directly to Ferrovia to catch our train to Florence on our last day. Overall, we loved our visit to Venice mainly because we stayed at Giampaolo's place.
Murano è un'isola tranquilla ad un passo da Venezia, gli abitanti sono gente cordiale e disponibile. Da vedere abbiamo il Museo del vetro, la Basilica di S. Donato e la Chiesa di San Pietro Martire con dipinti del Tintoretto, Veronese e un magnifico Giovanni Bellini, poi ovviamente ci sono le fabbriche del vetro e le sculture in vetro sulle piazze, da vedere 'Osanna' opera di Giampaolo Ghisetti titolare della nostra struttura. Murano si trova in una posizione strategica perchè è comodo sia per arrivare a Venezia e sia per visitare le isole della laguna come Burano e Torcello.
La nostra struttura è a 5 minuti a piedi da supermercati come la Coop o Despar, e a 3 minuti dall'imbarco per tutte le direzioni.
|Periodo||Tariffa minima||Notti aggiuntive||Per notte weekend||Per settimana||Al mese||Eventi|
3 notti soggiorno minimo
per 3 notti
|Note: Le tariffe sono per 2 persone; aggiungi €20 per notte, per persona extra|
|Tariffe||Non ci sono spese aggiuntive obbligatorie|
Si ricorda che non è possibile pagare in loco con carte di credito o assegni, sono accettati solo pagamenti in contante. Devo anche far presente che a Venezia c'è una tassa di soggiorno di 2,50 euro a persona.