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Ryan Air from Paris to Venice

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I’ll take Ryan Air from Paris to Venice. Has anyone tried this before? Any comment? The price is too cheap....a bit worry....
13 years ago, August 16th 2006 No: 1 Msg: #7028  
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I’ll take Ryan Air from Paris to Venice. Has anyone tried this before? Any comment? The price is too cheap....a bit worry.... Reply to this

13 years ago, August 16th 2006 No: 2 Msg: #7038  
Ryanair is almost always very cheap. This is why I like them! There is no need to worry at all about safety. Ryanair planes have an excellent track record (I seem to remember reading that they are better than British Airways and other large carriers for that). The only problem is that Ryanair does tend to have flight delays quite often, but usually they are not longer than an hour or so. Reply to this

13 years ago, August 16th 2006 No: 3 Msg: #7050  
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keep in mind that they don't usually use the main airports so do add on another 7-10 euros to get from paris city to the airport by their special bus and another 7-10 euros to get from venice into the city. If you miss the bus though, you might be s.o.l. Plus I heard they charge for going over weight restrictions. I think I had a friend who took Ryanair from Paris to London and was over the limit and ended up paying 150 euros extra for his luggage when his original ticket was only 50 euros.

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13 years ago, August 18th 2006 No: 4 Msg: #7080  
N Posts: 6
Thanks a lot for your advice. Really helpful.

One more question, I’ll arrive around 10:30PM in Venezia P.Le Roma and accommodate in hotel near train station Santa Lucia. How about the safety at night, almost deserted in streets/alleys?

Besides, I’ll spend a whole day in Vatican, are there cafés or restaurants around?
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13 years ago, August 18th 2006 No: 5 Msg: #7091  
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Hmm. Vatican... are you thinking Rome? I'm unfamiliar with a Vatican in Venice/Venezia.

If you're thinking the Vatican in Rome that area is hugely tourist. You'll have no problems finding cafes and restaurants. All of the little corner newspaper stands all sell postcards. Reply to this

12 years ago, December 31st 2006 No: 6 Msg: #9536  
San Marco is really nice in Venice. Since you saved so much on your plane ticket, I recommend splurging and taking the boat into the city. It is much more beautiful than the bus. Also, if you get a public boat pass, it is beautful to ride the bus/boat around the island at night and look into all of the windows at everyone's chandeliers. Reply to this

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