We live here. We are Venetian doc. We make available the room of our now married son
“I stayed with Franco and Anna for 2 and half months whilst attending university classes at Ca’Foscari in Dorsoduro and I cannot recommend them and their house enough! The location of their house is convenient to everywhere in Venice, which in itself is a very walkable place, with the Rialto bridge and San Marco 5/10 Mins away. It is also less that 5 minutes away from a supermarket, a nice bar and very near the best of Venice’s public libraries (my favourite being Querini). You’ll have you’re own key and you’re free to come and go as you please- although a word of warning- their house is the top floor of a building with no lift so whilst there is no aqua Alta risk be prepared for 80stairs! The house itself is spotlessly clean. The room is comfortable and offers plenty of storage. Anna changes bedding and towels every weekend and the upstairs bathroom is for your (and sometimes one other guests) exclusive use and again is immaculate. You are free to use the kitchen as you please and it is well stocked with pots, pans and all the appliances you would expect (including an oven) and there’s cupboard and fridge space for you. Anna and Franco are also very pleasant hosts to stay with. Franco speaks English very well and Anna too up to a point. Franco was kind enough to meet me and see me back to the airport boat stop and help with my luggage and is always available if you have any questions. Anna too is very lovely and, especially if you can speak or want to learn italian, is great for market, site seeing and cooking advice. Overall a very comfortable stay in Venice!”
This two-level luxurious apartment( 50mq) has just been restored elegant, bright, comfortable. Is characterized by two balconies that make it very bright .Perfect for a couple, the apartment is fully equipped with every comfort. The apartment is silent and in a quiet location just outside the tourist flow although it is located in one of the most fascinating and lively areas of Venice: Cannaregio
“The apartment is perfect for a stay in Venice. The equipment leaves nothing to be desired and the location is perfect no matter whether you arrive by car, bus or train (15 minutes on foot from the train station) or boat (a few minutes). In the immediate vicinity there is a super-equipped Spar which is open every day from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., as well as various smaller shops from baker to butcher, cafe to wine.”
Special price for March! The apartment is located on the Giudecca island and belongs to the historical center of Venice . The most exciting thing when you arrive by boat is the wonderful view of the Giudecca Canal . A view that opens the heart and has captivated many artists who frequented the city .This part of Venice, perhaps one of the few that remained authentic, has been preserved from the arrival chaotic of the tourism with its own cultural and residential rooted tradition.
“Romantic retreat. Quiet recharge and repeat. My husband and I came to Venice for the Carnival festivities. At the end of the day, we were appreciative to escape the crowds and noise to retreat to Daniela’s home to recharge and repeat. Our stay at this AirBnB was beyond our expectations. Daniela met us at the ferry stop and walked us to her home. Along the way, she pointed out local grocery stores and recommended restaurants. Upon reaching her home, Daniela confirmed we understood how to enter/exit the secure building. She thoroughly explained where we could find extra blankets, towels, etc should we need them. She graciously stocked Italian snacks, fresh citrus fruit, and a variety of beverages. Daniela’s home is well-prepared to meet any guests expectations. If you have forgotten any toiletries, such as shampoo, make-up remover, shower caps and the like, she has you covered. If you are in the area for sightseeing, there are numerous travel guides and maps available for use. If you are here for a getaway or romance, the spectacular view shown in the pictures is accurate. Numerous books about European history and beautiful Italian art are displayed throughout the home. Approximately, 100 CD’s of music from classical to the Rolling Stones are available and/or music from the Smart tv ( which also has several language channels). Thank you Daniela for sharing your home with us. Helpful hints for others that we either learned while in Venice or researched before arrival. 1. We found that learning some basic Italian phrases were appreciated. 2. Grocery stores are called Poco’s. 3. The ferries are called Vaparetto ‘s and is Venice’s main public transportation. During our visit they operated 24h and we found them to be the least expensive. 4. Gondola rides are 80,00 euro for 35 minutes. 5. Venice is full of cobble stone streets. Ve”