Female Couch Surfing in Venice

Couch surfing in Venice provides an enriching traveling experience that balances adventure and cultural immersion. It creates memorable opportunities to leave the regular tourist path, meeting both locals and fellow travelers from around the world. With couch surfing, you're brought into the heart of Venetian life, gaining unique insight and guidance from locals, which enriches your understanding and appreciation of Venetian culture. It's about forming bonds, sharing stories, and living Venice as authentically as possible. Experience Venice from a local’s perspective, through their eyes and in their shoes, and take your travel stories to an entirely new level.

Hosts in Venice

Alice

Alice

Venice

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi ! 💋 I am a queer French artist currently living in Venice and studying in Bologna.

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Silvia

Silvia

Venice

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Ciao, ho 22 anni, mi sono trasferita da poco a Venezia, mi piace viaggiare e conoscere nuove persone❤️

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Giulia

Giulia

Venice

Can host for:

2 days

About me

Hey, I'm Giulia and I'm interested in backpacking, camping, cycling, hiking, live music, solo travel, sunbathing, swimming and trekking

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Meet locals in Venice

Alice

Alice

About Me

Hi ! 💋 I am a queer French artist currently living in Venice and studying in Bologna.

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Adelajde

Adelajde

About Me

Hey, I'm Adelajde and I'm interested in art, animals, cinema, nature, writing, photography, dancing, books and languages

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Experiences from Venice

Overall rating

4.2 /5

based on 24 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

4.3/5

Safety

4.3/5

Food

4.1/5

Budget-friendly

2.6/5
Cerys

Cerys

Jersey

Solo travel experience

Felt safe as a solo female traveller, I stayed in a hostel and made a really nice group of friends - although watch out for pick pockets! Really pretty city and relatively inexpensive if you stay away from the busier and more touristic areas - go down little side streets and you’ll find some hidden gems for food and drink. Would recommend finding a group if you want a gondola ride as it was €100 which isn’t too bad when split between 5 people. Overall a really lovely city.

Posted: January 31, 2024
Things to do: 4/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 4/5Safety: 4/5
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Solo travel experience

I was in Venice in February. I felt very safe there and it was easy to get around the city using water buses. I stayed in an AirBnB over the Grand Canal and the street it was on was always busy with many shops, cafes, and restaurants, so it was easy to go out for dinner in the evening and sit in a cafe, watching the world go by. Great city to walk around.

Posted: September 25, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 2/5Safety: 5/5
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Solo travel experience

I visited Venice alone and didn't feel unsafe. I was never out really late, but I didn't feel like I had to hurry back before dark. After dusk, all the bridges and narrow streets of Venice looked the same, so I used different things as landmarks to make sure I was heading in the right direction - statues, shop displays, etc.

Posted: September 18, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 5/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 4/5
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