is just a few minutes away from San Marco (Venice
in the greenery of the
quarter of S.Elena
Three double rooms with private ensuite bathroom,
free WiFi and TV,
in a well-equipped environment. A continental
breakfast is available each morning. You also have access to a
garden and terrace roof which is
a perfect sundeck.
Bed and Breakfast
Venezia is located in the most verdant
district of the city, an island of unspoiled serenity on the eastern
shore of the city's fabled lagoon. Its most delight feature, however, may be
the dreamlike vision of
ancient Venice shimmering across the
lagoon, especially as the sun sets behind the tower of San Marco and the
great dome of
Santa Maria della Salute.
Offers rooms accommodation in a comfortable building located
in a very peaceful residential neighborhood.
Our location is really favorable for visiting
the city quietly. The Bed & Breakfast is situated in the city's residential
area, in the
greenery of the Sant'Elena pine-wood.
Marco is easily reachable on foot in 20 minutes, by walking down one of the
nicest and most panoramic views in the world. Lazy people ;-) can catch the
waterbus at the nearest station -- Sant'Elena.
It takes less than 10 minutes to reach the S.
The Biennale gardens are just in front of the building.
All you need to do is cross the bridge and walk for a few dozen meters. The
Lido, its beaches and the the International Show of Cinematographic Art are
easily reachable by boat in just 5 minutes. Line #4.1 will take you in less
than half an hour directly to Murano for your brittle purchases.
characteristic sites of
usually hidden from the common tourist, are
easily accessible from S.Elena:
the Basilica of San
Pietro di Castello, via Garibaldi, the Arsenale, the church of San Giuseppe,
all the small and narrow streets (Calli) and squares (Campielli) that
intersect and make you relive a reality belonging to the 1800’s. You will
not feel as though you are in the tourist area in the centre of the city. Venezia
is one of the most beautiful cities in the world (click here for some
photos). There are hundreds of
monuments to visit, hundreds of churches and dozens of museums, but the most
beautiful thing to do is to take a walk on the narrow streets called "calli"
and wide squares called "campielli", where the old true venetian atmosphere
is still alive: you will dive into tranquility. The most famous and
celebrations, besides Easter, Christmas and
New Year's Eve, and the colorful Carnival which is famous all over the
world, the Historic Regatta (first Sunday of September), the Redentore with
the midnight fireworks in the middle of the lagoon (third Saturday of July),
the Vogalonga (30 km non-competitive rowing regatta with thousands of
boats, and the Marathon in October. Art expositions such as the Biennale,
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Palazzo Grassi and Museo Correr, are all a