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Restuarant "il Betlalina di Foce"

What a sheer pleasure and delight, from the excellent service to the quality of food price... read more

Reviewed 26 August 2017
Bernard H
via mobile
Canals and bridges without the hordes of tourists and exorbitant prices of Venice are the stuff of Comacchio.

Where water is the Italians same to attach the same name as we might think of as a depression... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2015
mjrg59
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Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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26 Aug 2017
“Restuarant "il Betlalina di Foce"”
17 Oct 2015
“Canals and bridges without the hordes of tourists and exorbitant prices of Venice are the stuff of Comacchio.”
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Strada Foce, 44029, Comacchio, Italy
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Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

What a sheer pleasure and delight, from the excellent service to the quality of food price ratio. If you want to find somewhere to cycle too, when on holiday in the area, this is the place. In a great environment, classic plains scenery with great...More

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Reviewed 17 October 2015

Where water is the Italians same to attach the same name as we might think of as a depression between hills or mountains but the derivation is distinct. The water near the ocean has acquired the term. Be certain to visit the shores where birds...More

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Reviewed 6 July 2014

Built on a number of islands the linking bridges and the built up water edges the town has the feel of Venice without the problem of tourists and the buildings are better looked after. The Triponti bridge is a one off structure that must be...More

3  Thank Trevor B
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