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Technically a mainland suburb of the enchanting city of Venice to which it is often compared, Mestre nevertheless has plenty of charm and appeal on its own. Because it is the center of the Venetian mainland and the most populous, the entire mainland area is often referred to simply as Mestre. But in truth, there are other urban centers on the Venetian mainland, namely Carpenedo, Chirignago, Favaro Veneto, Marghera, Tessera and Zelarino. It's not unusual for savvy tourists and frequent visitors to begin their sojourn to Venice in Mestre. They know that Mestre hotels are much more affordable than any room they can find in the heart of Venice. Venere has a long list of hotels in Mestre that offer excellent rooms at great prices. Start your Italian adventure by booking the ideal room for your travel at Venere. No matter what your budget or travel itinerary may be, you will find our selection of hotels to be comprehensive and extremely visitor-friendly.
What's Mestre Like?
Begin your Mestre sojourn at the center of town. The Piazza Ferretto is the main square in Mestre where visitors can shop, stroll or linger over freshly brewed espresso in one of the many cafes and restaurants that can be found in the plaza. One of the most famous attractions in Mestre is the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. An impressive seventeenth-century cathedral, it holds its own against the other more well-known places of worship in northern Italy. The Torre dell'Orologio is another popular Mestre attraction. It's an ancient watchtower that dates back to 1108 and is the oldest structure in Mestre. The Torre dell'Orologio is one of the most easily identifiable buildings in Piazza Ferretto most likely because its distinguishing feature - a large face clock - is quite impossible to miss. Being a main urban center, the streets of Mestre can become fairly crowded. When you need a break from the crowd and noise of the city, head for the Orto Botanico Lacatelli. A refreshing and beautiful garden in the heart of Mestre, it's the ideal place to recharge your body and mind for another day of shopping and sight-seeing. Any one of our Mestre hotels can put you near these or other attractions and destinations in Mestre. Be sure to check our complete hotel listing to find the Mestre accommodation that's perfect for you.
Tips for Getting along with the Locals in Mestre
Venice is a short bus or train ride away from Mestre. Residents take public transportation to this world-famous destination every day, and so should you. The buses and trains run until the evening hours, so there's no need to cut your Venice day trip short. Should you ever have a need to ask for directions, you will find most locals are eager to help. Be sure to begin your request with a polite 'Por favore' (please) and end with a heartfelt 'grazie' (thank you). Venere's list of Mestre hotels come with reviews from one-time guests. Be sure to read through them before deciding on a place to stay in Mestre. Not only are they an interesting read, they are also full of useful tips and suggestions to make the most of your Mestre visit. The interactive maps on the website are another great feature. Get to know the city before you leave the lobby of your Mestre hotel; you'll save time because the maps tell you exactly how to get to your destination.