Newly available, this apartment enjoys an atmosphere of calm serenity in what must surely be one of the most picturesque and unspoiled areas of Venice - truly a step back in time. No expense has been spared in its recent renovation. Enhanced by a range of up-to-date facilities as demanded by today’s savvy traveller (including air-conditioning, Wi-Fi internet connection and communal utility facilities).
The apartment sits on the 2nd floor, accessible by stairs. The entrance opens onto a bright living room. To the side of this is a fully equipped kitchen / dining room with seating for four, a corridor that gives access to the modern bathroom with shower and a double bedroom A staircase leads upstairs with two single beds (1 sofa bed) and another bathroom with shower.
Within easy walking distance of Venice’s Santa Lucia Railway Station and Piazzale Roma if travelling light, and even closer to the vaporetto (waterbus) stops at Riva di Biasio and San Stae on the Grand Canal for hassle-free travel around the city. And so much to see and do right on your doorstep… Moments from Campo San Giacomo Dell’ Orio - one of Venice’s most charming ‘away from the crowds’ tree-filled squares and home to a well-stocked Coop supermarket and nearby local shops - and a short walk to a Conad supermarket on the Rio Marin canal. Close to a great variety of cafes, bars and eateries including All’ Anfora, La Zucca, Il Refolo, Al Prosecco and Antica Besseta to name but a few, and within minutes of the Ca’ Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art, Palazzo Mocenigo at San Stae (Museum of the History of Fabrics, Costumes and Perfumes) and the Fondazione Prada at Ca’ Corner Della Regina. A leisurely stroll to the 14th Century Franciscan Church of the Frari, (home to Canova's extraordinary triangular marble tomb and Titian's legendary masterpiece, the 'Assumption'), the Scuola Grande di San Rocco with its amazing Tintoretto painting, the vast palazzo-lined Campo San Polo plus the culinary delights and buzz of the Rialto.
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Other things to note
Tickets can be purchased at the water bus major stops or inside the vehicle paying an extra charge. The most convenient way to move around Venice by vaporetto is to buy a card or a pass with unlimited travels. Moving around this city might seem difficult at the first sight but looking attentively you’ll find that is very easy. Be careful that for each stop water buses go in opposite directions, so we recommend to check attentively the boat signage.