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3 stars hotel in jesolo

Discovering what is around Jesolo.

Thanks to its central location and proximity to the bus station, Hotel Ragno di Jesolo is the ideal choice for those who want to explore the surrounding area and easily reach the various nearby cities of art!

Immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of Venice.

Hotel Ragno is the ideal starting point for visiting Venice, perhaps the most beautiful city in the world, just 30 km from Jesolo and also reachable by motorboat leaving from Punta Sabbioni.

Lose yourself in the streets, squares, bridges and canals and reach the heart of Venice, Saint Mark’s Square, overlooked by the homonymous Basilica, the Bell tower, the Clock Tower and the Doge’s Palace.

Do not miss the splendid art collections of the Accademia Gallery or the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, and enjoy the unique view of the Grand Canal from the Rialto Bridge, between one wonder and another partaking of a delicious “cicchetto”(drink with traditional hors d’oeuvres) in a typical “bacari“(small bar).

Discover the charm of the Venetian Lagoon and its islands.

From Punta Sabbioni di Jesolo or directly from Venice, you can easily reach the suggestive islands of the Venetian Lagoon, such as Murano, famous all over the world for the production of blown glass, or Burano, known for its typical colourful houses and lace production or the characteristic Torcello, with its important Byzantine finds, including the Church of Santa Fosca and the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta.

Treviso: a city rich in history.

How about a trip out of town to Treviso, one of the pearls of the Veneto region, full of artistic and architectural treasures.

From Piazza dei Signori, the living room of the Treviso people overlooking the Palazzo dei Trecento and Palazzo del Podestà, various alleys and canals branch off that will lead you to discover the most authentic Treviso, including the Isola della Pescheria, the Civic Museums, the famous Fountain of the Breasts, the Cathedral and the numerous parks of the city. Then take a delicious culinary break to taste the typical Treviso specialties, including the famous radicchio, tiramisu or the inevitable Prosecco.