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Reviewed on Aug. 18, 2020
What Is a Hostel?
If you're in the market for an affordable place to stay in Venice, one of its 12 hostels might be a great option for you. No two hostels look exactly alike, but these dorm-style accommodations all offer the following:
- Shared rooms (though many hostels offer private room options too)
- Low prices
- A social setting
Hostels are a great way to stay in Venice for a lower cost, so you can save your budget for sightseeing. You can check out this destination's cultural highlights, such as its museums and churches.
Hostels in Venice
Ready to book a hostel in town? These options get the highest reviews from our guests and could be a good place to look first:
Generator Venice - Located within a 20-minute walk of Doge's Palace and Basilica of St Mary of Health. Property features include free WiFi, a restaurant, and a bar. You'll find lockers in all rooms.
Anda Venice Hostel - Close to public transit, this property is within a 5-minute walk of Venice-Mestre Station. Property features include free WiFi, a shared/communal kitchen, and a 24-hour front desk. You'll find hair dryers in all rooms.
Backpackers House Venice - Hostel - Located within a 5-minute walk of Grand Canal and Ca' Rezzonico. You can take advantage of free WiFi and 24-hour check-in, as well as an elevator. Rooms come with showers, hair dryers, and desks.
Ostello Domus Civica - Located within a 5-minute walk of Grand Canal and Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari. Guests can enjoy free WiFi, tour/ticket assistance, and TV in a common area. Rooms come with showers and desks.
The Academy - Hostel - Located steps from Palazzo Grassi. You can take advantage of free WiFi and a shared/communal kitchen, as well as laundry facilities. You'll find towels, showers, and free toiletries in all rooms.
When Is the Best Time to Visit Venice?
The weather can be a big factor when you want to venture out and explore, so here are some stats that might be helpful:
- The hottest months are typically July and August, while January and December are the coldest months
- January-March: Daytime temperatures average 58° F and nighttime temperatures average 31° F
- April-June: 78° F is the daytime average and 43° F is the nighttime average
- July-September: Daytime averages are around 81° F and nighttime averages are around 55° F
- October-December: The average temperatures are 69° F during the day and 32° F at night
- Average rainfall is 33.46 inches in a year
What Can I Do in Venice?
Depending on what you're interested in, you might appreciate these places to visit:Top Sights
- St. Mark's Square
- St Mark's Campanile
- St. Mark's Basilica
- Grand Canal
- Giardini della Biennale
- Bacino San Marco
- La Fenice Opera House
- Peggy Guggenheim Museum
- Academy Gallery
In general, Venice is known for its:
How to Get to Venice and Around the Area
You can search for flights to the nearest airport in Venice (VCE-Marco Polo), 4.9 mi (7.9 km) from the city center. An alternative is Treviso (TSF), located 16.5 mi (26.6 km) away. When you're out and about, you may want to use public transit during your trip. Head to Mestre Centro B1 for metro transit. To see more of the surrounding area, take a train from Venice Santa Lucia Station, Porto Marghera Station, or Venice-Mestre Station.