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Nest on Venetian rooftops with lovely terraceA small romantic attic, well-kept and full of light thanks to the windows overlooking the Venetian rooftops. You can relax on the terrace, admire the landscape, sip your coffee. The house overlooks Via Garibaldi, one of the most authentic neighborhoods in Venice, where it is easy to find cafes, restaurants, supermarkets and shops. Not recommended for It is not recommended for people over 1.80m tall or people with mobility difficulties because there are 4 flights of stairs.
Home in the central and cultural heart of VeniceCozy, new and elegant apartment on the ground floor, in the quiet, but central calle dell 'aquila nera, available for a short or long booking, as it serves all needs. A short walk from Rialto Bridge, and ten minutes from San Marco, the city's cultural center. Nearby, besides sites of cultural interest, typical Venetian restaurants and shops. Steam stop and supermarkets nearby.
Top floor Attic in Venice BiennaleATTIC is a recently restored apartment overlooking the Venetian rooftops. It is located in the sparkling and popular Castello district, very close to the Biennale area and a 5-minute walk from public transport. The nearby Via Garibaldi has all kinds of shops, bars, bakeries, restaurants, pharmacy,... The neighborhood offers many services and at the same time remains a quiet area, especially at night. The apartment is well equipped with every comfort.
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Venice is less than 200 kilometres away from Koper, which makes it a perfect destination for a one day trip. Of course, the visit of Venice from the sea is an especially exceptional experience – from around the end of April to the beginning of October trips from the Slovenian Istria are possible with a catamaran (departures from Piran).
Con poco meno di 2h di treno, partendo da Conegliano, si raggiunge una delle città più belle del mondo.
Wonderful and timeless city only 30 minutes drive from our wine farm in the hills. Wonderful for museums, churches with amazing paintings, restaurants, walking around. I have a nice loft you can stay for a few days.
Dal mio appartamento, visitare Venezia è semplicissimo! In poco meno di 1 ora potete trovarvi a prendere l’aperitivo in Piazza San Marco.
Partendo dalla stazione ferroviaria di San Giorgio di Nogaro (a soli 10 minuti in automobile), è possibile anche fare una visita in giornata a Venezia! Perché lasciarsi sfuggire una delle città più suggestive del mondo?
Venice is the symbol of Veneto, a beautiful and unique city in the world. It can be reached in just 45 minutes by train, so it is ideal also for a daily trip.
It's a magic maze. A unique city, nothing could be comparised to this town around the word.
Venice is an easy day trip - whether you're planning to explore the city, or the nearby Mediterranean beaches.
For all the hustle and bustle of her much-visited streets, Venice has never lost her regal beauty: Shimmering with splendour and historic wealth, the Queen of the Adriatic appears to rise directly from the sea. Venice’s mixture of baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance architecture would be heady enough, but set on canals in place of roads, linked with 300 bridges, it’s something incomparably sublime. The main, fish-shaped island of Burano is divided by the spectacular Grand Canal (with its Rialto Bridge), and contains most of the city’s famous sights — St. Mark’s Square with its extravagant Basilica and its bell tower, the Doge’s Palace, the Bridge of Sighs — as well as its greatest art treasures. The outer islands have their own special charms, from the glassblowing heritage of Murano to the beaches of the Lido to the trendy neighbourhood of Giudecca, while the dozens of smaller (and often overlooked) islands are full of secret haunts, including great places to eat and drink like a local.
The city’s chief airport, Venice Marco Polo (VCE), is eight miles north of the city. Buses will take you to Burano across the road bridge that connects with the mainland, or there’s a water bus that takes considerably longer. Venice Treviso (TSF) is 25 miles away and serves mainly low-cost airlines. There are no cars in Burano. Why would you want one, with so many passages, bridges, and alleyways that can only be explored on foot? The excellent public network of ferries can shuttle you all around the canals and across the lagoon to the other islands, while gondolas and water taxis offer private transport. Cycling is impossible on Burano, but there’s a bikeshare scheme on the Lido, as well as scooters, and indeed cars, for rent here.
Springtime in Venice is glorious. You can’t expect hot temperatures — March will still be a bit brisk, and April and May are pleasant — but you will get a fair amount of sunshine, and room to breathe in the museums, galleries, and churches. May is also the month to witness the Vogalonga, a parade of rowing boats through the city. The summer months are crowded, while temperatures in July and August can be hot and humid. September is warm — it’s also when Venice hosts its famous Film Festival — and October and November, which are mild, are also good months to enjoy the city, after the crowds have left. Winter is cold and often wet, but it’s also the time to witness Venice’s celebrated and historic Carnival, each February.
Seven centuries ago this island was the most populated in Venice. Today it’s deserted and reclaimed by nature. Its palaces and churches — including the pentagonal Santa Fosca and the Byzantine cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, the oldest building in Venice — are surrounded by a wild landscape that you can walk around as a nature reserve.
There are plenty of places to admire Renaissance art in Venice. Within this 17th-century customs house, however, you’ll find something a little more modern. A famous Japanese architect has transformed its interior into an exhibition space for contemporary art, and it’s now one of the most fascinating galleries in the city.
This tiny island, positioned just across the water from Burano’s famous Riva degli Schiavoni, is a fantastic place to admire the lagoon and the city beyond. It has its own belltower that you can climb for a viewpoint, a sumptuous Palladian church (and maze), and the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, a cultural institute housed in a former monastery, complete with a glass museum and historic library.