Just 10 minutes walk from Piazza San Marco
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Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
The apartment is well appointed. It is between 2 vaparetto stops so easily accessible. 20 walk to San Marco. Lots of eating and shopping in the 2 local Campos. We really enjoyed the apartment and the neighborhood,
We looked for a 4 bed 4 bathroom property with a good location. The apartment ticked all those boxes. Excellent communication and help checking in. Very clean and very well located.
Everything went well
Beautiful apartment, Great location
Our family of 7 had plenty of room in this beautifully decorated apartment. The beds were comfortable and everything was very clean. Centrally located to attractions, restaurants, cafes, shopping, etc. Arianna was very nice and helpful. We had a fabulous time in Venice and would recommend staying in this apartment.
thank you Sheila
Large, Lovely Central Location
We are 6 adults (parents, 2 sons & wives) and found this home to be very spacious and comfortable. It is central to “walk” to many city sights, coffee bars/restaurants/cocktails and “just getting lost”! Francesca was very helpful about how to get about, and the home was well appointed for use.
Great location and beautiful accommodations!
We enjoyed our stay in Venice at this property, it is gorgeous down to the last detail and well maintained. We would definitely stay here again! Thank you!
The sestiere of San Marco is the oldest and most famous of Venice. The center par excellence of the sestiere is Piazza San Marco. Known as "the living room of the world", it was the site of the most important political and religious events for the Most Serene Republic and center of Venetian life for almost a millennium. Piazza San Marco is considered to be the largest museum in the lagoon city: it is here that the city of Venice is born, with the Basilica and Palazzo Ducale. The San Marco district takes its name from the Basilica erected to contain the body of the evangelist Mark, brought from Alexandria by Egypt by two Venetian merchants, in the year 828. Since then San Marco became the patron saint of the city, taking the place of San Teodoro, the first patron saint of Venice. Next to the sacred building stands the Palazzo Ducale which, together with the basilica, is the symbol of the lagoon city. Until the fall of the Republic of Venice in 1797 it was the residence of the doge, public palace and place of the public administration of justice.
TO SEE in the monumental area of Piazza San Marco:
- El paron de casa: this is how the Venetians affectionately call the Campanile di San Marco.
- The Clock Tower: recently restored, it supports the Due Mori designed to beat the hours.
- The Procuratie Nuove and the Procuratie Vecchie, which delimit the piazza side by side, hosting historic cafés such as Caffè Florian and Caffè Quadri as well as elegant shops and jewelers.
- The two splendid columns of the San Marco square with the most important symbols of Venetian history: the statue of San Teodoro and the winged lion.
- The Bridge of Sighs: from here the prisoners passed by going from the courts to the prisons knowing that they would probably never see the light of the sun again.
NOT TO BE MISSED:
- Corerr Museum which offers an exciting itinerary to discover the art and history of Venice.
- The Marciana National Library which contains about 750,000 volumes.
- The Marciana Library, a beautiful Renaissance building started by J. Sansovino is finished by Scamozzi.
- Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo, well known for its round scalar tower with a spiral staircase.
- Church of San Salvador: treasure of history and art between faith and devotion.
- The Grand Canal: flanked by splendid palaces, it is also one of the most fascinating routes to enjoy a wonderful view over the lagoon and the island of San Giorgio.
- The La Fenice Theater: one of the most famous opera houses in the world.