Villa | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4
This delightful apartment is located in the Cannaregio district, one of the most peaceful and well appreciated in Venice, characterised by its long alleys where you take pleasant walks while discovering its many characteristic restaurants and local taverns. Just a short distance from the Jewish Ghetto and from Strada Nova, the street that links the railway station to Piazza San Marco, both of which you can walk to just about 15 minutes or reach on the ferry bus. The apartment is on the ground floor of an ancient building. It has been recently renovated with great care, is tastefully furnished and perfectly equipped.
GROUND FLOOR: living-room with TV and double sofa-bed, dining area and kitchen area with dishwasher and oven, 1 double bedoom with wardrobe and bathroom with shower.
Extra costs and further information
Total final cleaning cost € 60
One set of bed and bath linen per week included in the price
Domestic pets: not allowed
Refundable damage deposit to be paid in Euros on arrival € 300
Central heating according to consumption
Electricity included in the price
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
The North East Italy region
It's safe to say there's nowhere quite like Venice. Spread over 118 small islands, intersected by canals, connected by bridges and home to some of the world's finest architecture and artworks, it crams an embarrassment of riches into its five square kilometres. Little wonder the entire city is listed as a World Heritage Site.
So, where to start? St Mark's Basilica for many is the jewel in Venice's crown, with its opulent design, gilded mosaics and iconic Byzantine architecture, it never fails to be anything less than breathtaking. Of course, no trip is complete without a coffee in the grandiose Piazza San Marco whilst listening to the duelling orchestras or a romantic gondola trip along the Grand Canal.
Getting off the beaten track and exploring for yourself can be just as rewarding, for not all of this unique city's treasures are on obvious display.