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Guidebook for Venezia

Dott Borella
Dott Borella
Miembro desde 2017
Dott Borella

Guidebook for Venezia

Food
A Local’s Guide to the Best Places to Eat and Drink in Venice (on a Budget and with quality) - Restaurants - "Osterie" - "Bacari" - "Trattorie" - "Locande" - Pizzerie - Bars - Coffeehouses and Ice-Cream Shops - Pastry shops One of the biggest questions I get from my guests is ‘How can you eat well in Venice on a budget?’ and so to answer this question, I created this personal list of my favourite budget friendly restaurants in Venice. So I want to introduce to you some of the places where locals eat to get a taste of good, authentic local food without burning a hole in your pocket!
One of the best restaurants in Venice, very close to the apartment (about 5 minutes by feet) with great authentic Italian food!. Ranked #58 of 1,720 Restaurants in Venice with more than 1,100 Reviews on Tripadvisor, with an average grade of 4.7 out of 5. Located in the laidback Castello neighbourhood, Nevodi describes itself as an "enoteca, cicchetteria e cucina tradizionale (traditional kitchen)". Its culinary roots are classic Italian, but with an overlay of innovation. The restaurant name (which means ‘nephews’ in Venetian) references a pair of cousins who work alongside their uncle, providing a friendly and down-to-earth service and some truly delicious cooking. The typical true Venetian dining location. The place is charming, cozy and busy - usually with locals, but also with tourists. It is quite small inside, for this reason, especially in winter (where you can only eat inside the restaurant) it is strongly recommended to book a couple of days in advance. The food according to my opinion is excellent, it has a good selection and a strong emphasis on local fresh produce. It is the perfect place in which you can taste the typical food of Venetian tradition mainly based on fresh fish. The staff is very friendly (and knows quite well English), prices are very reasonable for the quality and for Venetian standard (on average with 25 euros each you can eat very very well).
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Nevodi Venezia
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One of the best restaurants in Venice, very close to the apartment (about 5 minutes by feet) with great authentic Italian food!. Ranked #58 of 1,720 Restaurants in Venice with more than 1,100 Reviews on Tripadvisor, with an average grade of 4.7 out of 5. Located in the laidback Castello neighbourhood, Nevodi describes itself as an "enoteca, cicchetteria e cucina tradizionale (traditional kitchen)". Its culinary roots are classic Italian, but with an overlay of innovation. The restaurant name (which means ‘nephews’ in Venetian) references a pair of cousins who work alongside their uncle, providing a friendly and down-to-earth service and some truly delicious cooking. The typical true Venetian dining location. The place is charming, cozy and busy - usually with locals, but also with tourists. It is quite small inside, for this reason, especially in winter (where you can only eat inside the restaurant) it is strongly recommended to book a couple of days in advance. The food according to my opinion is excellent, it has a good selection and a strong emphasis on local fresh produce. It is the perfect place in which you can taste the typical food of Venetian tradition mainly based on fresh fish. The staff is very friendly (and knows quite well English), prices are very reasonable for the quality and for Venetian standard (on average with 25 euros each you can eat very very well).
The Serra dei Giardini is one of those magical Venetian places suspended in time and space, very close to the apartment (5 minutes by feet). It is an ancient nineteenth-century greenhouse that now houses a flower shop and a small café that also organizes educational workshops and events. Magnificent example of industrial archaeology, it was built in 1894 as a representative architecture in "iron and glass" to house the palms and other decorative plants used for the contemporary International Art Exhibition. Originally the Greenhouse was painted white like most of the 19th century European greenhouses and is the only remaining evidence of the International Art Exhibition, the first Art Biennale. It experienced alternating fortunes until in the 1990s when it became the site of storage and activity of the municipal gardeners. Later definitively abandoned, it suffered a slow decline until 2006 when the Municipality of Venice began its restoration and, on completion of the work, gave it to the Nonsoloverde Cooperative. The menu is essential: it offers a good selection of homemade cakes and cafeteria products with the praiseworthy intention of preferring an organic km0 philosophy. It is not the ideal place to eat, so I suggest to have only a break there while taking a slice of cake and a coffee, surrounded by plants. I suggest to visit the Greenhouse during the week, without hurry, maybe asking for a plaid to cuddle Ombra and Meringa, the two cats who live in the Cafe, to read the newspapers or buy a vase of flowers. And even if the weekends can be too crowded and the service hasty, the Greenhouse is really a place worth visiting: a ray of sunshine is enough to turn a simple coffee into poetry.
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Caffè La Serra
1254 Via Giuseppe Garibaldi
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The Serra dei Giardini is one of those magical Venetian places suspended in time and space, very close to the apartment (5 minutes by feet). It is an ancient nineteenth-century greenhouse that now houses a flower shop and a small café that also organizes educational workshops and events. Magnificent example of industrial archaeology, it was built in 1894 as a representative architecture in "iron and glass" to house the palms and other decorative plants used for the contemporary International Art Exhibition. Originally the Greenhouse was painted white like most of the 19th century European greenhouses and is the only remaining evidence of the International Art Exhibition, the first Art Biennale. It experienced alternating fortunes until in the 1990s when it became the site of storage and activity of the municipal gardeners. Later definitively abandoned, it suffered a slow decline until 2006 when the Municipality of Venice began its restoration and, on completion of the work, gave it to the Nonsoloverde Cooperative. The menu is essential: it offers a good selection of homemade cakes and cafeteria products with the praiseworthy intention of preferring an organic km0 philosophy. It is not the ideal place to eat, so I suggest to have only a break there while taking a slice of cake and a coffee, surrounded by plants. I suggest to visit the Greenhouse during the week, without hurry, maybe asking for a plaid to cuddle Ombra and Meringa, the two cats who live in the Cafe, to read the newspapers or buy a vase of flowers. And even if the weekends can be too crowded and the service hasty, the Greenhouse is really a place worth visiting: a ray of sunshine is enough to turn a simple coffee into poetry.
Near the lush garden leading to the Art Biennale you can find Le Spighe (very close to the apartment, less than 5 min by feet). It is an oasis of healthy eating, as it offers organic, vegetarian and vegan food, created by the lively Doriana Presotto. Convinced that what she cooks should be eaten by the end of the day, she chooses eight unique dishes to cook every morning. She prepares a rich pumpkin soup with leek, cauliflower and sage, basmati rice with bitter puntarelle, marinated zucchini and tofu, boiled buckwheat with spicy hummus, seaweed risotto, red cabbage flan. The tables are full from late morning until afternoon but you can take your order away for a picnic. The formula is simple: choose your dishes, everything is weighed and a full plate is 10-12 €. There is also a selection of organic sulphite-free wines and Doriana also prepares a type of pasta to take home. The ideal place for a healthy quick lunch.
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Le Spighe Venezia
1341 Via Giuseppe Garibaldi
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Near the lush garden leading to the Art Biennale you can find Le Spighe (very close to the apartment, less than 5 min by feet). It is an oasis of healthy eating, as it offers organic, vegetarian and vegan food, created by the lively Doriana Presotto. Convinced that what she cooks should be eaten by the end of the day, she chooses eight unique dishes to cook every morning. She prepares a rich pumpkin soup with leek, cauliflower and sage, basmati rice with bitter puntarelle, marinated zucchini and tofu, boiled buckwheat with spicy hummus, seaweed risotto, red cabbage flan. The tables are full from late morning until afternoon but you can take your order away for a picnic. The formula is simple: choose your dishes, everything is weighed and a full plate is 10-12 €. There is also a selection of organic sulphite-free wines and Doriana also prepares a type of pasta to take home. The ideal place for a healthy quick lunch.
Gelateria was founded around the twenties by Giovanni Causin better known as "Nico". In a short time he became famous especially for his "Gianduiotto". Enjoying an ice cream at Nico's became one of the realities of Venetian life. Even today, ice cream is still widely produced and it is handcrafted with the same care and passion as before. The current owners Maurizio and Valter use raw materials of top quality, fresh fruit and side products always of the highest quality. I suggest to go there during a beautiful sunny day, taking the ice cream or the famous Gianduiotto to enjoy sitting comfortably on the legendary terrace. The place, located in Dorsoduro, is quite far from the apartment (more than 30minutes by feet, but you can always take a vaporetto) but I think it's worth it.
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Gelateria Nico
922 Fodamenta Zattere al Ponte Longo
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Gelateria was founded around the twenties by Giovanni Causin better known as "Nico". In a short time he became famous especially for his "Gianduiotto". Enjoying an ice cream at Nico's became one of the realities of Venetian life. Even today, ice cream is still widely produced and it is handcrafted with the same care and passion as before. The current owners Maurizio and Valter use raw materials of top quality, fresh fruit and side products always of the highest quality. I suggest to go there during a beautiful sunny day, taking the ice cream or the famous Gianduiotto to enjoy sitting comfortably on the legendary terrace. The place, located in Dorsoduro, is quite far from the apartment (more than 30minutes by feet, but you can always take a vaporetto) but I think it's worth it.
In a cozy indoor dining room or on the beautiful panoramic terrace overlooking the Giudecca Canal (the sight is really beautiful from the terrace), at the Restaurant La Calcina (former Restaurant La Piscina) you can enjoy traditional Venetian and Mediterranean dishes, including some vegetarian proposals, combined with wines. Ideal for a snack, the restaurant's bar is at your disposal for aperitifs, croutons and oysters. Excellent also for an afternoon break with homemade desserts and a selection of teas and infusions. Very elegant and inspiring place but be aware: it is quite expensive.
Ristorante La Calcina
780 Sestiere di Dorsoduro
In a cozy indoor dining room or on the beautiful panoramic terrace overlooking the Giudecca Canal (the sight is really beautiful from the terrace), at the Restaurant La Calcina (former Restaurant La Piscina) you can enjoy traditional Venetian and Mediterranean dishes, including some vegetarian proposals, combined with wines. Ideal for a snack, the restaurant's bar is at your disposal for aperitifs, croutons and oysters. Excellent also for an afternoon break with homemade desserts and a selection of teas and infusions. Very elegant and inspiring place but be aware: it is quite expensive.
"Peaceful and wonderful view from the terrace of the restaurant - Cocktails at sunset on rooftop" The restaurant is situated by the Biennial gardens and you get good views of the Grand canal. I especially recommend to go to the terrace of this place from where you can enjoy a very nice view while sitting in some comfortable lounge couches. The restaurant IS A BIT EXPENSIVE, for this reason I suggest only to take a snack and something to drink. I do not recommend this place for food, but only for taking a cocktail on its terrace (drinks are also a bit expansive: aperol spritz 6,50€, cappuccino 5€) which allows you to enjoy an excellent spot to admire the amazing views of Venice and the lagoon.
Ristorante Paradiso
"Peaceful and wonderful view from the terrace of the restaurant - Cocktails at sunset on rooftop" The restaurant is situated by the Biennial gardens and you get good views of the Grand canal. I especially recommend to go to the terrace of this place from where you can enjoy a very nice view while sitting in some comfortable lounge couches. The restaurant IS A BIT EXPENSIVE, for this reason I suggest only to take a snack and something to drink. I do not recommend this place for food, but only for taking a cocktail on its terrace (drinks are also a bit expansive: aperol spritz 6,50€, cappuccino 5€) which allows you to enjoy an excellent spot to admire the amazing views of Venice and the lagoon.
"Fresh dessert, patisserie and Venetian specialty, loved by Venetian” Rosa Salva’s pastry shops offers fresh dessert, patisserie and Venetian specialty, loved by Venetian and those who are looking for the true Venetian tradition. The wide section of savoury includes dishes for tasty luncheon and the well-known tramezzini. The place is located in Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo - Castello, 6779 (Venice), about 15 min by feet from the apartment and the opening hours goes from Monday to Sunday: 8.00 am – 20.00 pm. Sitting at the tables of the Rosa Salva Pasticceria in Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo, you are partaking in one of the richest places in Italian and Venetian history and civic life. Its specialties include the finest hot chocolate with zaletti biscuits, frozen zabaglione with Venetian baicoli cookies, delicious artisanal ice cream and the above mentioned tramezzini. If you want a personal advice on what to it, I’ll go for the classic Venetians desserts: from the famous tiramisu to the zaletti cornmeal cookies to be dipped in vin santo (an Italian dessert wine), to the zabajone (a custard mixed with sweet wine dessert) to enjoy with typical Venetian baicoli biscuits… there’s a lot of choice, have fun and enjoy!
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Rosa Salva - Sts. John and Paul
6779 Sestiere Castello
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"Fresh dessert, patisserie and Venetian specialty, loved by Venetian” Rosa Salva’s pastry shops offers fresh dessert, patisserie and Venetian specialty, loved by Venetian and those who are looking for the true Venetian tradition. The wide section of savoury includes dishes for tasty luncheon and the well-known tramezzini. The place is located in Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo - Castello, 6779 (Venice), about 15 min by feet from the apartment and the opening hours goes from Monday to Sunday: 8.00 am – 20.00 pm. Sitting at the tables of the Rosa Salva Pasticceria in Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo, you are partaking in one of the richest places in Italian and Venetian history and civic life. Its specialties include the finest hot chocolate with zaletti biscuits, frozen zabaglione with Venetian baicoli cookies, delicious artisanal ice cream and the above mentioned tramezzini. If you want a personal advice on what to it, I’ll go for the classic Venetians desserts: from the famous tiramisu to the zaletti cornmeal cookies to be dipped in vin santo (an Italian dessert wine), to the zabajone (a custard mixed with sweet wine dessert) to enjoy with typical Venetian baicoli biscuits… there’s a lot of choice, have fun and enjoy!
“Harry's Bar is by now one of the world's most celebrated restaurants. The very name of the place evokes not simply a cuisine, or a kind of drink, but a frame of mind” “There are bars that have invented famous cocktails. There are restaurants that have invented famous dishes. There are very few places that have done both” (The Guardian) Harry's Bar is a restaurant located at Calle Vallaresso 1323 (near San Marco), its history and celebrity are known all over the world. Harry's Bar was opened in 1931 by bartender Giuseppe Cipriani. According to the company’s history, Harry Pickering - a rich, young American had been frequenting Hotel Europa in Venice, where Giuseppe Cipriani was a bartender. When Pickering suddenly stopped coming to the hotel bar, Cipriani asked him why. When Pickering explained that he was broke because his family found out his drinking habits and cut him off financially, Cipriani lent him 10,000 lire (about $500 US [$7,839 in 2015 dollars]). Two years later, Pickering returned to the hotel bar, ordered a drink, and gave Cipriani 50,000 lire in return. "Mr. Cipriani, thank you," he said, according to the Cipriani website. "Here's the money. And to show you my appreciation, here's 40,000 more, enough to open a bar. We will call it Harry's Bar." The Italian Ministry for Cultural Affairs declared it a national landmark in 2001. Harry's Bar has long been frequented by famous people, and it was a favourite of Ernest Hemingway. Other notable customers have included Italian conductor Arturo Toscanini, inventor Guglielmo Marconi, Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock, James Stewart, Richard Halliburton, Truman Capote, Orson Welles, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Princess Aspasia of Greece, Aristotle Onassis, Barbara Hutton, Peggy Guggenheim, Tareq Salahi, George Clooney and Woody Allen. Harry's Bar is home of the Bellini and Carpaccio. It serves classic Italian dishes of high quality, but of course the PRICES ARE VERY HIGH (you will never pay less than 60-70 euro each if you decide to eat there). Harry's Bar is also famous for its dry martini, which is served in a small glass without a stem. Their dry martinis are very dry, apparently with the ratio of 10 parts gin to 1 part vermouth. I think Cipriani it’s the ideal place to enjoy a good cocktail in a unique atmosphere.
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Harry's Bar
1323 Calle Vallaresso
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“Harry's Bar is by now one of the world's most celebrated restaurants. The very name of the place evokes not simply a cuisine, or a kind of drink, but a frame of mind” “There are bars that have invented famous cocktails. There are restaurants that have invented famous dishes. There are very few places that have done both” (The Guardian) Harry's Bar is a restaurant located at Calle Vallaresso 1323 (near San Marco), its history and celebrity are known all over the world. Harry's Bar was opened in 1931 by bartender Giuseppe Cipriani. According to the company’s history, Harry Pickering - a rich, young American had been frequenting Hotel Europa in Venice, where Giuseppe Cipriani was a bartender. When Pickering suddenly stopped coming to the hotel bar, Cipriani asked him why. When Pickering explained that he was broke because his family found out his drinking habits and cut him off financially, Cipriani lent him 10,000 lire (about $500 US [$7,839 in 2015 dollars]). Two years later, Pickering returned to the hotel bar, ordered a drink, and gave Cipriani 50,000 lire in return. "Mr. Cipriani, thank you," he said, according to the Cipriani website. "Here's the money. And to show you my appreciation, here's 40,000 more, enough to open a bar. We will call it Harry's Bar." The Italian Ministry for Cultural Affairs declared it a national landmark in 2001. Harry's Bar has long been frequented by famous people, and it was a favourite of Ernest Hemingway. Other notable customers have included Italian conductor Arturo Toscanini, inventor Guglielmo Marconi, Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock, James Stewart, Richard Halliburton, Truman Capote, Orson Welles, Baron Philippe de Rothschild, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Princess Aspasia of Greece, Aristotle Onassis, Barbara Hutton, Peggy Guggenheim, Tareq Salahi, George Clooney and Woody Allen. Harry's Bar is home of the Bellini and Carpaccio. It serves classic Italian dishes of high quality, but of course the PRICES ARE VERY HIGH (you will never pay less than 60-70 euro each if you decide to eat there). Harry's Bar is also famous for its dry martini, which is served in a small glass without a stem. Their dry martinis are very dry, apparently with the ratio of 10 parts gin to 1 part vermouth. I think Cipriani it’s the ideal place to enjoy a good cocktail in a unique atmosphere.
"Popular, authentic, direct, familiar” This place in Canareggio (San Giobbe) near the bridge of the Three Arches, just outside the tourist flow, is reserved for locals, students, workers and those who still want to experiment, with a hint of self-satisfaction, what we will call "Venetian style". Active since 1965, is almost a place of worship for some. Typical Venetian food, cooked in an authentic and tasty way, you need to try: salt cod mantecato, sardines in saor, marinated fish, folpeti, but also pasta with meat sauce, braised meat, nervetti, tripe, cabbage, tagliatelle. Trattoria dalla Marisa, now run by its daughter Wanda, is very honest (prize are quite cheap for the standard of Venice). You eat tight, there are only few tables in the small room, for this reason is quite difficult to find a place, but if you are lucky you will have a unforgettable experience.
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Trattoria da'a Marisa
652 Fondamenta S. Giobbe
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"Popular, authentic, direct, familiar” This place in Canareggio (San Giobbe) near the bridge of the Three Arches, just outside the tourist flow, is reserved for locals, students, workers and those who still want to experiment, with a hint of self-satisfaction, what we will call "Venetian style". Active since 1965, is almost a place of worship for some. Typical Venetian food, cooked in an authentic and tasty way, you need to try: salt cod mantecato, sardines in saor, marinated fish, folpeti, but also pasta with meat sauce, braised meat, nervetti, tripe, cabbage, tagliatelle. Trattoria dalla Marisa, now run by its daughter Wanda, is very honest (prize are quite cheap for the standard of Venice). You eat tight, there are only few tables in the small room, for this reason is quite difficult to find a place, but if you are lucky you will have a unforgettable experience.
“One of the most famous pastry shop in Venice and the authority when it comes to the typical carnival frittelle” Don't miss it! Historic Venetian local bakery, located in Calle San Pantalon (Dorsoduro), with simple furnishings, but from a production of sweets also seasonal of great quality. Really good homemade pastries. If you are in Venice for Carnival I recommend the Venetian fritters, with cream or zabaglione. One of the best place to have a really nice breakfast with coffee and wonderful pastries, in order to start a nice day visiting the city.
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Tonolo Pastry
3764 Calle S. Pantalon
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“One of the most famous pastry shop in Venice and the authority when it comes to the typical carnival frittelle” Don't miss it! Historic Venetian local bakery, located in Calle San Pantalon (Dorsoduro), with simple furnishings, but from a production of sweets also seasonal of great quality. Really good homemade pastries. If you are in Venice for Carnival I recommend the Venetian fritters, with cream or zabaglione. One of the best place to have a really nice breakfast with coffee and wonderful pastries, in order to start a nice day visiting the city.
“A sensational view over Venice” The Skyline Rooftop Bar enamors guests with its splendid views of Venice and the surrounding lagoon. The venue is wonderful for private cocktail receptions, or reclusive romantic dates. Be mesmerized by incredible views of the Venice Skyline, from Canale Giudecca to Piazza San Marco, while sitting in this stylish 8th floor Venetian bar. Spoil yourself with an elegant cocktail, a pre-dinner aperitif or a delicious light snack in the most romantic and exclusive venue of the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice hotel. The Skyline Rooftop Bar has been completely renovated with a new design. The prize is not so high (15 euro each for a cocktail and something to eat), but the view is something sensational. Opening times are the following: from April to October: 12:00 pm - 1:00 am; from November to March: 4:00 pm - 12:00 am.
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Hilton Molino Stucky Venice
810 Giudecca
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“A sensational view over Venice” The Skyline Rooftop Bar enamors guests with its splendid views of Venice and the surrounding lagoon. The venue is wonderful for private cocktail receptions, or reclusive romantic dates. Be mesmerized by incredible views of the Venice Skyline, from Canale Giudecca to Piazza San Marco, while sitting in this stylish 8th floor Venetian bar. Spoil yourself with an elegant cocktail, a pre-dinner aperitif or a delicious light snack in the most romantic and exclusive venue of the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice hotel. The Skyline Rooftop Bar has been completely renovated with a new design. The prize is not so high (15 euro each for a cocktail and something to eat), but the view is something sensational. Opening times are the following: from April to October: 12:00 pm - 1:00 am; from November to March: 4:00 pm - 12:00 am.
At the end of Via Garibaldi (less than 2 minutes by feet from the apartment) moored on one side of the canal, there is one of the last fruit and vegetable boats in the city, and just in front, there is the venerable Trattoria Alla Rampa, with its old hand-painted sign. The day starts early for the inhabitants of the neighborhood, so the Ramp opens at 4:30 in the morning. The bar is run by Fabio Fontebasso, while his sister, Fabie, cooks a (constantly evolving) menu of Venetian dishes using fresh, seasonal products. Lunch is served in a rustic dining room at the back, and from 12 to 12.45 there is a 'workers' menu for 15 €, with pasta, main course, wine and coffee. The place is usually full, for this reason it is better to go at 13-13.30 when the workers are gone. Specialities include a delicious fish soup, spaghetti with clams, risi e bisi (rice and Venetian peas) and cuttlefish in tecia (cuttlefish cooked in its black ink and served on a bed of polenta). Pasta is about 12 €, main courses about 16 €. The Trattoria La Rampa is only open for lunch, not for dinner.
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Trattoria alla Rampa
1135 Calle Seconda de la Fava
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At the end of Via Garibaldi (less than 2 minutes by feet from the apartment) moored on one side of the canal, there is one of the last fruit and vegetable boats in the city, and just in front, there is the venerable Trattoria Alla Rampa, with its old hand-painted sign. The day starts early for the inhabitants of the neighborhood, so the Ramp opens at 4:30 in the morning. The bar is run by Fabio Fontebasso, while his sister, Fabie, cooks a (constantly evolving) menu of Venetian dishes using fresh, seasonal products. Lunch is served in a rustic dining room at the back, and from 12 to 12.45 there is a 'workers' menu for 15 €, with pasta, main course, wine and coffee. The place is usually full, for this reason it is better to go at 13-13.30 when the workers are gone. Specialities include a delicious fish soup, spaghetti with clams, risi e bisi (rice and Venetian peas) and cuttlefish in tecia (cuttlefish cooked in its black ink and served on a bed of polenta). Pasta is about 12 €, main courses about 16 €. The Trattoria La Rampa is only open for lunch, not for dinner.
If you want to taste the classic Venetian culinary specialties, prepared by expert chefs, the Osteria Al Portego is the perfect place for your lunch or dinner in the typical flavours of the Venetian territory. The Osteria Al Portego, located in Calle De La Malvasia 6014 in Venice, is the reference point for all Venetians and tourists who wish to rediscover the ancient flavours of traditional Venetian cuisine, enhanced by the quality of the freshest and most genuine raw materials used for every preparation. It is very important to reserve a table by calling the restaurant a couple of day in advance, the place is small and very popular. The tavern, located a few minutes walk from the Rialto bridge (about 20 minutes by feet from the apartment), although in a very central area, is still at the right distance from the classic tourist routes (it is still in the neighborhood of Castello) : it is also because of its location that the tavern has managed to keep intact the Venetian traditions of the typical bacaro. There are many good dishes which are mainly the typical specialities of Venetian cuisine: croscatini, croutons (“crostini”), meatballs, cicchetti, liver (“fegato”) alla veneziana and cod specialities, as well as tasty Veneto wines. Prize are fair and reasonable, price band is between 15 and 45 euros each.
Osteria Al Portego
6014-6015 Calle de la Malvasia Vechia
If you want to taste the classic Venetian culinary specialties, prepared by expert chefs, the Osteria Al Portego is the perfect place for your lunch or dinner in the typical flavours of the Venetian territory. The Osteria Al Portego, located in Calle De La Malvasia 6014 in Venice, is the reference point for all Venetians and tourists who wish to rediscover the ancient flavours of traditional Venetian cuisine, enhanced by the quality of the freshest and most genuine raw materials used for every preparation. It is very important to reserve a table by calling the restaurant a couple of day in advance, the place is small and very popular. The tavern, located a few minutes walk from the Rialto bridge (about 20 minutes by feet from the apartment), although in a very central area, is still at the right distance from the classic tourist routes (it is still in the neighborhood of Castello) : it is also because of its location that the tavern has managed to keep intact the Venetian traditions of the typical bacaro. There are many good dishes which are mainly the typical specialities of Venetian cuisine: croscatini, croutons (“crostini”), meatballs, cicchetti, liver (“fegato”) alla veneziana and cod specialities, as well as tasty Veneto wines. Prize are fair and reasonable, price band is between 15 and 45 euros each.
"Traditional and delicious Venitian bacaro few steps from home: a tiny bar with a massive reputation" One of my favorite place in Via Garibaldi (together with “Nevodi”) is El Refolo, a bacaro/bar/osteria which is well used to deal with big crowds of thirsty and hungry people. The location in my opinion is fantastic: the place inside is very small, but it has outdoor seating from where the view is amazing! It offers a selection of wine, beer, soft and long drinks and especially an inviting assortment of small and delicious panini. They’re tiny, fresh bread rolls (about 3 will fill you up) that come with courgette, aubergine or a wide variety of freshly cut meats – all perfectly paired with an Italian cheese. They cost about €2 – €2.50 each and make for a perfect afternoon snack or light lunch. It is also possible to have more complete meal. Personally I suggest to take Tagliere di salumi, Porchetta d’Ariccia and S.Daniele and burrata, with a good cool beer or an Aperol Spritz. Very reasonable prices, very very recommended place! Opening hours goes from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 11.30 pm.
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El Refolo
1580 Sestiere Castello
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"Traditional and delicious Venitian bacaro few steps from home: a tiny bar with a massive reputation" One of my favorite place in Via Garibaldi (together with “Nevodi”) is El Refolo, a bacaro/bar/osteria which is well used to deal with big crowds of thirsty and hungry people. The location in my opinion is fantastic: the place inside is very small, but it has outdoor seating from where the view is amazing! It offers a selection of wine, beer, soft and long drinks and especially an inviting assortment of small and delicious panini. They’re tiny, fresh bread rolls (about 3 will fill you up) that come with courgette, aubergine or a wide variety of freshly cut meats – all perfectly paired with an Italian cheese. They cost about €2 – €2.50 each and make for a perfect afternoon snack or light lunch. It is also possible to have more complete meal. Personally I suggest to take Tagliere di salumi, Porchetta d’Ariccia and S.Daniele and burrata, with a good cool beer or an Aperol Spritz. Very reasonable prices, very very recommended place! Opening hours goes from Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 11.30 pm.
"Pizzeria and Restaurant in Venice with wonderful view from the terrace" OKE Pizzeria and Restaurant is situated along The fondamenta of Zattere, between S. Basilio and the Maritime Station, from you can enjoy a privileged view of the island of Giudecca and Molino Stucky, which is now The Hilton Hotel. During warmer weather, the restaurant also has an outside terrace with 100 seats for you to enjoy the open air and the tranquillity of the area and to feel like you’re really on holiday. The menu consists not only of pizzas but also a varied selection of starters, first courses, second courses, salads and desserts. I suggest to go there for dinner (during spring/summer season), taking a good beer and a pizza while looking at the view of the laguna from the terrace.
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"Pizzeria and Restaurant in Venice with wonderful view from the terrace" OKE Pizzeria and Restaurant is situated along The fondamenta of Zattere, between S. Basilio and the Maritime Station, from you can enjoy a privileged view of the island of Giudecca and Molino Stucky, which is now The Hilton Hotel. During warmer weather, the restaurant also has an outside terrace with 100 seats for you to enjoy the open air and the tranquillity of the area and to feel like you’re really on holiday. The menu consists not only of pizzas but also a varied selection of starters, first courses, second courses, salads and desserts. I suggest to go there for dinner (during spring/summer season), taking a good beer and a pizza while looking at the view of the laguna from the terrace.
Very close to piazza San Marco in Calle Larga 404 you can find a tasty pizza at a good prize (10-12 euro). If you are looking for a place where you can enjoy an excellent Neapolitan pizza prepared with care and attention to detail, the restaurant pizzeria Rossopomodoro will not disappoint you. The offer is mainly based on soft and light pizzas for all tastes, leavened dough with natural criscito at least 24 hours, always carefully stuffed with fresh and genuine ingredients of tradition, cooked with traditional methods of a wood-burning oven.
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Rossopomodoro Venezia San Marco
404 Calle Larga S. Marco
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Very close to piazza San Marco in Calle Larga 404 you can find a tasty pizza at a good prize (10-12 euro). If you are looking for a place where you can enjoy an excellent Neapolitan pizza prepared with care and attention to detail, the restaurant pizzeria Rossopomodoro will not disappoint you. The offer is mainly based on soft and light pizzas for all tastes, leavened dough with natural criscito at least 24 hours, always carefully stuffed with fresh and genuine ingredients of tradition, cooked with traditional methods of a wood-burning oven.
"The hidden gem in Vignole island" This trattoria is very famous among Venetians which use to go there with their boats during the summer weekends. Be aware that to reach the restaurant you have to take the ferry, or water taxi, from Venice (the restaurant is accessible only by boat) but it's worth it. It's a refined tavola calda concept with menu items cooked to order (generally first course pasta and second course fish entrees), as well as prepared items on display. The selection of seafood is extensive and it has a great family atmosphere, the price are reasonable. I suggest to go there for a dinner, especially during spring/summer time: seeing the sunset on the water while eating a good plate of fresh fish is a unique sensation.
Trattoria Alle Vignole
12 Isola Vignole
"The hidden gem in Vignole island" This trattoria is very famous among Venetians which use to go there with their boats during the summer weekends. Be aware that to reach the restaurant you have to take the ferry, or water taxi, from Venice (the restaurant is accessible only by boat) but it's worth it. It's a refined tavola calda concept with menu items cooked to order (generally first course pasta and second course fish entrees), as well as prepared items on display. The selection of seafood is extensive and it has a great family atmosphere, the price are reasonable. I suggest to go there for a dinner, especially during spring/summer time: seeing the sunset on the water while eating a good plate of fresh fish is a unique sensation.
"One of the smallest yet one of the most efficient and most popular bacari in Venice" Probably the most popular bacaro in Venice, the “Bacareto da Lele” has everything a Venetian and a Venice lover would desire in a bacaro: friendly host, incredibly efficient service, plenty customers (mainly jammed with students and workers), great cichetti, good wine and all at a very cheap price (small glass of wine from €0.70, while cicchetti and panini are €1 each). Is that even possible? It absolutely is! You’ll be amazed by how this very little yet very well known bacaro is able to provide such good quality for so many people at such a speed. If you are in Santa Croce, you should definitely go and try it out for yourself. It is open all the days of the week from 8 am to 20 pm except Sunday, it closes for much of August.
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Bacareto da lele
183 Ramo Quinto Gallion O del Pezzetto
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"One of the smallest yet one of the most efficient and most popular bacari in Venice" Probably the most popular bacaro in Venice, the “Bacareto da Lele” has everything a Venetian and a Venice lover would desire in a bacaro: friendly host, incredibly efficient service, plenty customers (mainly jammed with students and workers), great cichetti, good wine and all at a very cheap price (small glass of wine from €0.70, while cicchetti and panini are €1 each). Is that even possible? It absolutely is! You’ll be amazed by how this very little yet very well known bacaro is able to provide such good quality for so many people at such a speed. If you are in Santa Croce, you should definitely go and try it out for yourself. It is open all the days of the week from 8 am to 20 pm except Sunday, it closes for much of August.
"Al Timon is an institution in Cannaregio when it comes to aperitif hour" The Restaurant/Bacaro “Al Timon” is an institution in Cannaregio when it comes to aperitif hour. The small yet rustic and authentic inner rooms give a welcoming and protective feeling to those who decide to dine there. Al Timon has fast established itself as not just the favourite rendezvous for locals of Cannaregio, but a popular hangout for students and young Venetians from all over the city. The setting is perfect, with tables at the edge the Ormesini canal, and the savvy owner, Alessandro Biscontin, has moored a boat alongside as a floating terrace and impromptu venue for live jazz concerts. Many tourists and Venetian reserve this locale for dinner, with most people drinking spritz al bitter or one of a fine selection of regional wines by the glass, and snacking on tempting cichetti such as grilled zucchini with pecorino cheese, smoked ricotta and roughly chopped tomatoes drizzled with olive oil, or radicchio topped with gorgonzola, mascarpone and walnuts. Are especially the outside tables on the fondamenta and the two wooden boats on the canal, which customers are invited to sit on, that offer a unique experience for enjoying the sunset hour directly from the water.
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Al Timon
2754 Fondamenta dei Ormesini
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"Al Timon is an institution in Cannaregio when it comes to aperitif hour" The Restaurant/Bacaro “Al Timon” is an institution in Cannaregio when it comes to aperitif hour. The small yet rustic and authentic inner rooms give a welcoming and protective feeling to those who decide to dine there. Al Timon has fast established itself as not just the favourite rendezvous for locals of Cannaregio, but a popular hangout for students and young Venetians from all over the city. The setting is perfect, with tables at the edge the Ormesini canal, and the savvy owner, Alessandro Biscontin, has moored a boat alongside as a floating terrace and impromptu venue for live jazz concerts. Many tourists and Venetian reserve this locale for dinner, with most people drinking spritz al bitter or one of a fine selection of regional wines by the glass, and snacking on tempting cichetti such as grilled zucchini with pecorino cheese, smoked ricotta and roughly chopped tomatoes drizzled with olive oil, or radicchio topped with gorgonzola, mascarpone and walnuts. Are especially the outside tables on the fondamenta and the two wooden boats on the canal, which customers are invited to sit on, that offer a unique experience for enjoying the sunset hour directly from the water.
"Warm atmosphere, great variety of cichetti, friendly staff and a mix of locals and visitors make this one of our favourite bacari in town" Located at the end of a narrow calle (Calle dell’Orso 5495) this very characteristic Bàcaro, is divided into two floors: on the first floor you find the restaurant while on the ground floor there is the Bàcaro with the typical counter full of delicacies from the mozzarella in carrozza to meatballs, from skewers of potatoes to typical cicchetti with stockfish, meats and every other kind of filling. The room is very large and well cared for. Prices: from €1 for a glass of wine to €1.5 for mozzarella in carrozza and other cicchetti. The nice and warm atmosphere, the mix of locals and engaged visitors, the friendly and efficient staff, along with the broad variety of nice cichetti, fried food and skewers make it one of our favorite bacari in town. Open every day from 10.30 to 00.00.
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Corte Dell'orso
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"Warm atmosphere, great variety of cichetti, friendly staff and a mix of locals and visitors make this one of our favourite bacari in town" Located at the end of a narrow calle (Calle dell’Orso 5495) this very characteristic Bàcaro, is divided into two floors: on the first floor you find the restaurant while on the ground floor there is the Bàcaro with the typical counter full of delicacies from the mozzarella in carrozza to meatballs, from skewers of potatoes to typical cicchetti with stockfish, meats and every other kind of filling. The room is very large and well cared for. Prices: from €1 for a glass of wine to €1.5 for mozzarella in carrozza and other cicchetti. The nice and warm atmosphere, the mix of locals and engaged visitors, the friendly and efficient staff, along with the broad variety of nice cichetti, fried food and skewers make it one of our favorite bacari in town. Open every day from 10.30 to 00.00.
"A very nice Venetian Bacaro in Dorsoduro" This tiny bacaro, located in Dorsoduro 943, offers a huge array of cicchetti, great house wines, and a view of the most famous gondola build and repair yard in the city. Opening day goes from Thu – Tue (11:00am -9:30pm), closed Wednesday.
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Osteria Al Squero
943-944 Dorsoduro
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"A very nice Venetian Bacaro in Dorsoduro" This tiny bacaro, located in Dorsoduro 943, offers a huge array of cicchetti, great house wines, and a view of the most famous gondola build and repair yard in the city. Opening day goes from Thu – Tue (11:00am -9:30pm), closed Wednesday.
"The best place around Rialto to grab something good and tasty at a great price, a must among the locals" Despite its very modest appearance and its slightly hidden location close to Rialto on the right-hand side of the Calle de la Bissa, this DELI is incredibly popular among the locals. Venetians cherish this place because of its wide range of great finger foods, fried food, “tramezzini” and proper dishes, the incredibly competitive prices, the speed of the service, and for the very efficient yet friendly staff. When we are around Rialto and want something small, good, freshly made and quick to grab, this is the place we go to. Be aware that during lunch break and at 6-7PM, the “Rosticceria Gislon” can easily compete in human density with the most crowded summer days in Saint Mark.
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Rosticceria Gislon
5424/a Calle de la Bissa
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"The best place around Rialto to grab something good and tasty at a great price, a must among the locals" Despite its very modest appearance and its slightly hidden location close to Rialto on the right-hand side of the Calle de la Bissa, this DELI is incredibly popular among the locals. Venetians cherish this place because of its wide range of great finger foods, fried food, “tramezzini” and proper dishes, the incredibly competitive prices, the speed of the service, and for the very efficient yet friendly staff. When we are around Rialto and want something small, good, freshly made and quick to grab, this is the place we go to. Be aware that during lunch break and at 6-7PM, the “Rosticceria Gislon” can easily compete in human density with the most crowded summer days in Saint Mark.
"The oldest and most popular coffeehouse in the world, right in Saint Mark's Square" The oldest coffeehouse in the world, the Florian was founded in Saint Mark’s square in 1720. Since its foundation, it has become a reference in Venice and in Europe, due to its innovations and its role as the Venetian meeting point for celebrities, artists, and luminaries from all over the world. Creator of the Biennale and first Cafe to have a permanent orchestra, “Caffè Florian” offers the possibility to grab a quick coffee, but it is known also for its a cocktail, breakfast or a full meal. Be aware this Caffè is very expensive, but it offers an amazing experience! Plunge into this unique atmosphere and breathe history, elegance, and beauty.
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Caffè Florian
57 Piazza San Marco
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"The oldest and most popular coffeehouse in the world, right in Saint Mark's Square" The oldest coffeehouse in the world, the Florian was founded in Saint Mark’s square in 1720. Since its foundation, it has become a reference in Venice and in Europe, due to its innovations and its role as the Venetian meeting point for celebrities, artists, and luminaries from all over the world. Creator of the Biennale and first Cafe to have a permanent orchestra, “Caffè Florian” offers the possibility to grab a quick coffee, but it is known also for its a cocktail, breakfast or a full meal. Be aware this Caffè is very expensive, but it offers an amazing experience! Plunge into this unique atmosphere and breathe history, elegance, and beauty.
"Al Mercà is probably the most popular bacaro for an aperitif in the Rialto area" “Al Mercà” is probably the most popular bacaro among the Venetians for having an aperitif in the Rialto area. This small bacaro doesn’t provide any space inside to its customers, but the high quality of the cichetti and wine, paired with an extremely competitive price, appeals to the locals as well as to visitors who, while standing, want to experience a quick and good aperitif.
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Al Mercà
213 Campo Bella Vienna
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"Al Mercà is probably the most popular bacaro for an aperitif in the Rialto area" “Al Mercà” is probably the most popular bacaro among the Venetians for having an aperitif in the Rialto area. This small bacaro doesn’t provide any space inside to its customers, but the high quality of the cichetti and wine, paired with an extremely competitive price, appeals to the locals as well as to visitors who, while standing, want to experience a quick and good aperitif.
Shopping
Although the main concern rightly falls on food, I often get asked for all sorts of travelling and shopping advice, so I decided to draft a Essential Venice Guide based on the shopping topic and share a shortlist with my favourite homeware, clothing, food, luxury, art and book shops in Venice. I admit immediately that this section was done with the help of my wife Paola...
"Luxury shopping and the amazing view on the roofs of Venice from its terrace" Fondaco dei Tedeschi is the most known luxury shopping centre in the Venice city centre (situated on the Grand Canal near the Rialto Bridge). It is a historic Venetian palace which has been converted into a luxury cultural and lifestyle department store. The palace is one of the most beautiful and fashionable luxury shopping centres in the world, thanks to its unique location, which encloses in its ancient walls, silent witnesses of centuries of commercial exchanges and 7,000 square metres of shops and boutiques displaying fashion accessories, watches, jewellery and beauty products, but also a wide selection of local crafts, food and wines. You cannot miss Fondaco dei Tedeschi for at least 3 reasons: -For its beautiful Venetian building especially from an ARCHITECTURAL and DESIGN perspective (after OMA’s renovation work) -For its high quality LUXURY PRODUCTS, selected among the most distinctive Made in Italy and International brands. Fashion and accessories, watches and jewellery, wines and spirits, cosmetics and perfumes, quality craftsmanship and food excellence. -For its ROOFTOP: the part that is of most interests for us is definitely the Rooftop. The view over the rooftops of Venice is breathtaking. In good weather the view can range up to the islands. You can see very well the lighthouse of the island of Murano that seems so close. You can see the domes of the Basilica of San Marco, the bell tower of San Marco, the Grand Canal with its palaces, the roofs and the “altane” (small terraces on the rooftop for the houses) of Venice, the Rialto Bridge, the bell towers of the churches of Venice, and a thousand other details that they can only be admired from the top. The VISIT IS FREE, and you can stop on the terrace for only 15 minutes. Booking is mandatory through the website www.dfs.com/en/venice/t-fondaco-rooftop-terrace or with a tablet on the top floor, but you may have to wait an hour before you can access the terrace. Warnings: once you have booked a time you have to respect it, otherwise you cannot access it except with another booking. Moreover, from what I have read, if it rains (even a little), it is not possible to access the terrace, probably for safety reasons.
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Fondaco dei Tedeschi
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"Luxury shopping and the amazing view on the roofs of Venice from its terrace" Fondaco dei Tedeschi is the most known luxury shopping centre in the Venice city centre (situated on the Grand Canal near the Rialto Bridge). It is a historic Venetian palace which has been converted into a luxury cultural and lifestyle department store. The palace is one of the most beautiful and fashionable luxury shopping centres in the world, thanks to its unique location, which encloses in its ancient walls, silent witnesses of centuries of commercial exchanges and 7,000 square metres of shops and boutiques displaying fashion accessories, watches, jewellery and beauty products, but also a wide selection of local crafts, food and wines. You cannot miss Fondaco dei Tedeschi for at least 3 reasons: -For its beautiful Venetian building especially from an ARCHITECTURAL and DESIGN perspective (after OMA’s renovation work) -For its high quality LUXURY PRODUCTS, selected among the most distinctive Made in Italy and International brands. Fashion and accessories, watches and jewellery, wines and spirits, cosmetics and perfumes, quality craftsmanship and food excellence. -For its ROOFTOP: the part that is of most interests for us is definitely the Rooftop. The view over the rooftops of Venice is breathtaking. In good weather the view can range up to the islands. You can see very well the lighthouse of the island of Murano that seems so close. You can see the domes of the Basilica of San Marco, the bell tower of San Marco, the Grand Canal with its palaces, the roofs and the “altane” (small terraces on the rooftop for the houses) of Venice, the Rialto Bridge, the bell towers of the churches of Venice, and a thousand other details that they can only be admired from the top. The VISIT IS FREE, and you can stop on the terrace for only 15 minutes. Booking is mandatory through the website www.dfs.com/en/venice/t-fondaco-rooftop-terrace or with a tablet on the top floor, but you may have to wait an hour before you can access the terrace. Warnings: once you have booked a time you have to respect it, otherwise you cannot access it except with another booking. Moreover, from what I have read, if it rains (even a little), it is not possible to access the terrace, probably for safety reasons.
"Fabrics Luigi Bevilacqua: visit the oldest craft workshop in Venice" In the most hidden Venice, located in Santa Croce, the city's oldest craft workshop has been dedicated to the production of fine art fabrics for four centuries. Since 1700 Tessitura Luigi Bevilacqua has been carrying on one of the oldest traditions of Venice: brocades, damasks, lampas, satins and velvets are produced with the ancient looms of the 18th century, together with an exclusively manual and artisan processing of the raw material. Appreciated all over the world, Bevilacqua fabrics embellish the rooms of the White House in Washington, the Swedish Royal Palace, the Casa Rosada in Argentina, the Royal Palace of Kuwait and many noble residences. The history of the company, still run by the Bevilacqua family in Santa Croce, is intertwined with that of the city. Bevilacqua creations enrich private homes and public buildings and are used by the most famous international designers and fashion houses. Very interesting and recommended place for a visit. Entering this historical weaving factory is like travelling in time back to the legendary eighteenth-century Venice surrounded by lavish velvets, wooden looms and million-color fabrics. The opening hours are from Monday to Friday: 09.30 to 13.30 and 14.30 to 17.00. You can book a guided tour and ask to see the amazing archive conserving over 3,500 original fabrics
Luigi Bevilacqua srl ​​Weaving
1320 Santa Croce
"Fabrics Luigi Bevilacqua: visit the oldest craft workshop in Venice" In the most hidden Venice, located in Santa Croce, the city's oldest craft workshop has been dedicated to the production of fine art fabrics for four centuries. Since 1700 Tessitura Luigi Bevilacqua has been carrying on one of the oldest traditions of Venice: brocades, damasks, lampas, satins and velvets are produced with the ancient looms of the 18th century, together with an exclusively manual and artisan processing of the raw material. Appreciated all over the world, Bevilacqua fabrics embellish the rooms of the White House in Washington, the Swedish Royal Palace, the Casa Rosada in Argentina, the Royal Palace of Kuwait and many noble residences. The history of the company, still run by the Bevilacqua family in Santa Croce, is intertwined with that of the city. Bevilacqua creations enrich private homes and public buildings and are used by the most famous international designers and fashion houses. Very interesting and recommended place for a visit. Entering this historical weaving factory is like travelling in time back to the legendary eighteenth-century Venice surrounded by lavish velvets, wooden looms and million-color fabrics. The opening hours are from Monday to Friday: 09.30 to 13.30 and 14.30 to 17.00. You can book a guided tour and ask to see the amazing archive conserving over 3,500 original fabrics
“The Best Venetian Carnival Masks” The job of creating one of Venice's most recognizable products - whether for use in the famous Carnival of Venice, the Commedia dell'arte or simply as masquerade masks - is an impressive one. Ca Macana combines sculpture, painting, and decorative techniques to achieve a level of craftsmanship with our Venetian masks that truly qualifies them as art. All of the masks are custom papier-mache masks hand-made from gesso molds by expert artisans. This makes each masks a unique piece, the expression of the artist who creates it. Materials used for decoration are the result of continual research and include precious fabrics, real feathers, Swarovski crystals, as well as gold leaf and silver leaf. Ca' Macana is known throughout the world for the outstanding quality of its masks and for its innovation. Classic masks such as the bauta and the moretta are faithfully reproduced from authentic paintings and illustrations by Pietro Longhi and Francesco Guardi along with drawings by Giovanni Grevembroch. Fine Venetian carnival masks, such as the harlequin (l'Arlechinno) and the colombina, create the most complete collection of Commedia dell’Arte masks you will find in any workshop in Venice. Meanwhile, the contemporary masks are absolutely original. They are produced using the same time-honored techniques as traditional Venetian masks. Anyone interested in learning about Venetian masks, even including how we make them, will find everything at Ca’ Macana. For decades this workshop has been open to everyone interested in the secrets of old Venetian life and how to make a Venetian mask. It is possible also to personally create and decorate Venetian masks under the expert guidance of our craftsmen. Ca Macana also organize other types of activities for a variety of groups, including conferences on the famous Carnival of Venice and the Commedia dell'arte. The place is located in Dorsoduro, Opening time (Every day) from 10 AM to 8 PM (during Summer time), from 10 AM to 6:30 PM (during Winter time).
Ca 'Macana Atelier
1374/75 Cannaregio
“The Best Venetian Carnival Masks” The job of creating one of Venice's most recognizable products - whether for use in the famous Carnival of Venice, the Commedia dell'arte or simply as masquerade masks - is an impressive one. Ca Macana combines sculpture, painting, and decorative techniques to achieve a level of craftsmanship with our Venetian masks that truly qualifies them as art. All of the masks are custom papier-mache masks hand-made from gesso molds by expert artisans. This makes each masks a unique piece, the expression of the artist who creates it. Materials used for decoration are the result of continual research and include precious fabrics, real feathers, Swarovski crystals, as well as gold leaf and silver leaf. Ca' Macana is known throughout the world for the outstanding quality of its masks and for its innovation. Classic masks such as the bauta and the moretta are faithfully reproduced from authentic paintings and illustrations by Pietro Longhi and Francesco Guardi along with drawings by Giovanni Grevembroch. Fine Venetian carnival masks, such as the harlequin (l'Arlechinno) and the colombina, create the most complete collection of Commedia dell’Arte masks you will find in any workshop in Venice. Meanwhile, the contemporary masks are absolutely original. They are produced using the same time-honored techniques as traditional Venetian masks. Anyone interested in learning about Venetian masks, even including how we make them, will find everything at Ca’ Macana. For decades this workshop has been open to everyone interested in the secrets of old Venetian life and how to make a Venetian mask. It is possible also to personally create and decorate Venetian masks under the expert guidance of our craftsmen. Ca Macana also organize other types of activities for a variety of groups, including conferences on the famous Carnival of Venice and the Commedia dell'arte. The place is located in Dorsoduro, Opening time (Every day) from 10 AM to 8 PM (during Summer time), from 10 AM to 6:30 PM (during Winter time).
“Nice experience for painting and art enthusiasts” Venice is the most depicted town in the world. It is not easy to succeed in depicting views of Venice with an original approach, but Monica Martin, famous international artist, does, thanks to the slight touch of irony that gives her work an unusual liveliness. The views of the city, the abstract gondolas, the warm colours identify Monica as one of the most peculiar artists of the Venetian area. At the Itaca Art Studio (located halfway between Saint Mark’s square and the Rialto bridge), her studio-gallery, you can enjoy a wide selection of prints, watercolours, original engravings, oil and acrylic paintings that portray her beloved city and other works with different themes or abstracts. Monica Martin has exhibited in numerous occasions in Italy and abroad: her works are present in private collections around the world. From abstract paintings and stylized gondolas to realistic paintings of Venetian landmarks, Monica’s works all have Venice at their core and are a perfect gift or memory for all those people who have Venice in their hearts. The gallery is open on variables days, between 10:00 am- 2:00 pm or 10:00 am - 07:00 pm.
Itaca Art Studio di Monica Martin
“Nice experience for painting and art enthusiasts” Venice is the most depicted town in the world. It is not easy to succeed in depicting views of Venice with an original approach, but Monica Martin, famous international artist, does, thanks to the slight touch of irony that gives her work an unusual liveliness. The views of the city, the abstract gondolas, the warm colours identify Monica as one of the most peculiar artists of the Venetian area. At the Itaca Art Studio (located halfway between Saint Mark’s square and the Rialto bridge), her studio-gallery, you can enjoy a wide selection of prints, watercolours, original engravings, oil and acrylic paintings that portray her beloved city and other works with different themes or abstracts. Monica Martin has exhibited in numerous occasions in Italy and abroad: her works are present in private collections around the world. From abstract paintings and stylized gondolas to realistic paintings of Venetian landmarks, Monica’s works all have Venice at their core and are a perfect gift or memory for all those people who have Venice in their hearts. The gallery is open on variables days, between 10:00 am- 2:00 pm or 10:00 am - 07:00 pm.
"A unique bookshop with special books on Venice" If you only visit one shop in Venice, make it Luigi Frizzo’s magical bookshop. Hidden away in what has been dubbed “Corte Senza Nome” – no name square – Acqua Alta is like no other bookshop in the world. The first sight that greets visitors is a 10-metre-long gondola filled to the brim with books, surrounded by a labyrinth of rooms teeming with thousands of new and used tomes. Be sure to explore right to the canal at the back, where you can walk up a surreal staircase of battered books. There are copies of just about every book ever written on Venice, sections devoted to art and photography, and a popular erotic corner. There are always crowds of curious visitors welcomed by Signor Frizzo, an exuberant character followed around by his many cats. Located in Calle Lunga Santa Maria Formosa 5176, Castello, not so far from the apartment.
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Acqua Alta Book Shop
5176/b Calle Longa S. Maria Formosa
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"A unique bookshop with special books on Venice" If you only visit one shop in Venice, make it Luigi Frizzo’s magical bookshop. Hidden away in what has been dubbed “Corte Senza Nome” – no name square – Acqua Alta is like no other bookshop in the world. The first sight that greets visitors is a 10-metre-long gondola filled to the brim with books, surrounded by a labyrinth of rooms teeming with thousands of new and used tomes. Be sure to explore right to the canal at the back, where you can walk up a surreal staircase of battered books. There are copies of just about every book ever written on Venice, sections devoted to art and photography, and a popular erotic corner. There are always crowds of curious visitors welcomed by Signor Frizzo, an exuberant character followed around by his many cats. Located in Calle Lunga Santa Maria Formosa 5176, Castello, not so far from the apartment.
Piero Dri calls himself Il Forcolaio Matto, the mad oar-maker, and that is probably what his parents thought when he abandoned studying astronomy at university to devote himself to the ancient Venetian craft of sculpting, carving and whittling blocks of wood into the swirling form of the forcola, the crucial rowlock, the fulcrum for a gondolier’s oar. Fortunately, the city is enjoying a rowing renaissance, so Piero has a steady supply of orders from Venetians keen to rediscover the traditional gondolier-style of rowing. His tiny carpentry workshop is hidden away in a backstreet behind the sumptuous Ca d’Oro palace, and there are plenty of forcola-inspired souvenirs on sale for travellers to take home: a sculpture of a forcola mounted on a pedestal, his own designer forcola lamp, earrings and necklaces, key rings and wooden utensils for the kitchen. The place is located in Calle Seconda del Cristo 4231, Cannaregio. Souvenirs from €10, miniature forcola sculptures €50-150.
Il Forcolaio Matto - Forcole
4231 Cannaregio
Piero Dri calls himself Il Forcolaio Matto, the mad oar-maker, and that is probably what his parents thought when he abandoned studying astronomy at university to devote himself to the ancient Venetian craft of sculpting, carving and whittling blocks of wood into the swirling form of the forcola, the crucial rowlock, the fulcrum for a gondolier’s oar. Fortunately, the city is enjoying a rowing renaissance, so Piero has a steady supply of orders from Venetians keen to rediscover the traditional gondolier-style of rowing. His tiny carpentry workshop is hidden away in a backstreet behind the sumptuous Ca d’Oro palace, and there are plenty of forcola-inspired souvenirs on sale for travellers to take home: a sculpture of a forcola mounted on a pedestal, his own designer forcola lamp, earrings and necklaces, key rings and wooden utensils for the kitchen. The place is located in Calle Seconda del Cristo 4231, Cannaregio. Souvenirs from €10, miniature forcola sculptures €50-150.
One of the grand Liberty villas at the end of Viale Garibaldi (precisely at number 1257, right opposite to la La Serra) hosts something rather different: the association of Venetian ceramic potters – the Bochaleri. From 10am - 8pm every Thursday to Sunday, members set up stands in the villa’s gardens and salons exhibiting their jewellery, hand-painted porcelain pots, wine jugs, jars and vases. There are also regular workshops and demonstrations. If you are interested in ceramic, pottery and more in general in art and manufacture, have a look to their website: www. bochaleri.it
Associazione "I Bochaleri"
1257 Viale Giuseppe Garibaldi
One of the grand Liberty villas at the end of Viale Garibaldi (precisely at number 1257, right opposite to la La Serra) hosts something rather different: the association of Venetian ceramic potters – the Bochaleri. From 10am - 8pm every Thursday to Sunday, members set up stands in the villa’s gardens and salons exhibiting their jewellery, hand-painted porcelain pots, wine jugs, jars and vases. There are also regular workshops and demonstrations. If you are interested in ceramic, pottery and more in general in art and manufacture, have a look to their website: www. bochaleri.it
"An amazing selection of salami, cheese, wine and other Venetian products" If you want to taste the best Italian products, it’s a place for you. Most of the hams , sausages and cheeses come from agricultural cooperatives and the owner of the shop knows how to choose! You can try a lot of specialties: Prociutto San Daniele, Mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano, taralli, all kind of wines... a lot of amazing typical products that you can take home with you! The owner, Marco, is so sweet and friendly, he will advise you the best selection of the day. Prizes are very reasonable.
Prosciutto e Parmigiano
"An amazing selection of salami, cheese, wine and other Venetian products" If you want to taste the best Italian products, it’s a place for you. Most of the hams , sausages and cheeses come from agricultural cooperatives and the owner of the shop knows how to choose! You can try a lot of specialties: Prociutto San Daniele, Mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano, taralli, all kind of wines... a lot of amazing typical products that you can take home with you! The owner, Marco, is so sweet and friendly, he will advise you the best selection of the day. Prizes are very reasonable.
Parks & Nature
People often refer to Venice as the city of canals and bridges. However, the more than 500 gardens largely exceed the 403 bridges in the city. Just like me, you might be surprised by this high number. Many of these gardens are invisible and secret as they are hidden behind the facades and walls of the palazzos. Luckily, some are always open for the public (only few gardens are public and easy to spot). Others can only be visited at special occasions (such as the Festival dei Giardini) or as part of a tour. The majority is however completely private. I have selected in the following guide 6 gardens, which in my opinion are the best. They are public and free (except Ca Zenobio and Querini Stampalia which are private gardens) and the majority are located near the apartment in the big area of Castello. If you have time, I suggest also to visit the wonderful gardens and orchards of the islands: from the Lido with its liberty gardens to S.Erasmo, San Lazzaro degli Armeni and San Francesco del Deserto.
“Ca’ Zenobio is the place where you can find the most incredible hidden garden in Venice” A restored garden lies behind the simple facade of Ca' Zenobio, an 18th-century palazzo in the Dorsoduro district that once housed the Armenian College. Courtyard gates open on to a patchwork of neatly trimmed lawns and pathways leading towards a neo-classical library. Arches of delicate pink roses complement flowerbeds, citrus and cypress trees, palms, ferns and statuary. Art exhibitions are held regularly in the palazzo, where stucco ceilings, frescoes and a hall of mirrors make an ideal backdrop. Palazzo and garden visit are about €3. Note that this place is not always open for a visit, but you can stop by and see if there’s any biennale collateral event hosted.
Palazzo Ca' Zenobio
2596 Sestiere Dorsoduro
“Ca’ Zenobio is the place where you can find the most incredible hidden garden in Venice” A restored garden lies behind the simple facade of Ca' Zenobio, an 18th-century palazzo in the Dorsoduro district that once housed the Armenian College. Courtyard gates open on to a patchwork of neatly trimmed lawns and pathways leading towards a neo-classical library. Arches of delicate pink roses complement flowerbeds, citrus and cypress trees, palms, ferns and statuary. Art exhibitions are held regularly in the palazzo, where stucco ceilings, frescoes and a hall of mirrors make an ideal backdrop. Palazzo and garden visit are about €3. Note that this place is not always open for a visit, but you can stop by and see if there’s any biennale collateral event hosted.
“The so called Napoleonic Gardens just few steps from home” The Venice Giardini or Giardini della Biennale is an area of parkland in the historic city of Venice which hosts the Venice Biennale Art Festival, a major part of the city's cultural Biennale. The gardens were created by Napoleon Bonaparte (by emperor's decree in 1812) who drained an area of marshland in order to create a public garden on the banks of the Bacino di San Marco which is a narrow stretch of water dividing the gardens from St. Mark's Square and the Doge's Palace. The gardens contain a flourishing vegetation and are organized largely around a central avenue from where minors trails depart. Within the Gardens there are many monuments, most of which are placed in the area adjacent to St Mark's basin: namely, the monuments to Giuseppe Garibaldi, the patriot Pier Luigi Penzo, the mayor Riccardo Selvatico that promoted the Biennale, Richard Wagner, the great composer who died at Ca' Vendramin Calergi and the poet Giosuè Carducci. Pretty borders, leafy pathways and a dense canopy of trees make this an ideal escape in summer, and busts of famous figures such as Wagner and Verdi crop up among the bushes to add a historic touch. Walk east along the seafront from here and over a bridge and you'll also come to the Parco della Rimembranza, a strip of pine woodland created to honour the fallen of the Second World War.
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Giardini della Biennale
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“The so called Napoleonic Gardens just few steps from home” The Venice Giardini or Giardini della Biennale is an area of parkland in the historic city of Venice which hosts the Venice Biennale Art Festival, a major part of the city's cultural Biennale. The gardens were created by Napoleon Bonaparte (by emperor's decree in 1812) who drained an area of marshland in order to create a public garden on the banks of the Bacino di San Marco which is a narrow stretch of water dividing the gardens from St. Mark's Square and the Doge's Palace. The gardens contain a flourishing vegetation and are organized largely around a central avenue from where minors trails depart. Within the Gardens there are many monuments, most of which are placed in the area adjacent to St Mark's basin: namely, the monuments to Giuseppe Garibaldi, the patriot Pier Luigi Penzo, the mayor Riccardo Selvatico that promoted the Biennale, Richard Wagner, the great composer who died at Ca' Vendramin Calergi and the poet Giosuè Carducci. Pretty borders, leafy pathways and a dense canopy of trees make this an ideal escape in summer, and busts of famous figures such as Wagner and Verdi crop up among the bushes to add a historic touch. Walk east along the seafront from here and over a bridge and you'll also come to the Parco della Rimembranza, a strip of pine woodland created to honour the fallen of the Second World War.
“The Garden of the famous architect Carlo Scarpa in the Querini Stampalia Fondation in Venice” In the Castello district is located one of the most beautiful and interesting museums: the Querini Stampalia Fondation. In this museum - the only Venetian palace which survived the end of the Republic - you can admire one of the most beautiful gardens of Venice, designed by the famous architect Carlo Scarpa. The restoration by Carlo Scarpa was based on a combination of new and old features and his great skill in the use of materials. He mainly used water as a central decorative element, which in fact came from the canal that overlooks the building, and entered the building through bulkheads that run along the interior walls to reach a large tank layered with copper, concrete and mosaic and a small canal at the ends of which there are two labyrinths carved in alabaster and Istria stone. Water plays a major role in this garden: it keeps on flowing from one side to the other with a gentle murmur to help us enjoy a moment of meditation and suspension and not too loud to disturb an intimate, gentle conversation. Don't miss the garden and the connected palazzo's contemporary art exhibitions, extensive public library and elegant 18th-century rooms. Palazzo and garden visit is about €10, have a look to the website: querinistampalia.it
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Fondazione Querini Stampalia
5252 Campo Santa Maria Formosa
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“The Garden of the famous architect Carlo Scarpa in the Querini Stampalia Fondation in Venice” In the Castello district is located one of the most beautiful and interesting museums: the Querini Stampalia Fondation. In this museum - the only Venetian palace which survived the end of the Republic - you can admire one of the most beautiful gardens of Venice, designed by the famous architect Carlo Scarpa. The restoration by Carlo Scarpa was based on a combination of new and old features and his great skill in the use of materials. He mainly used water as a central decorative element, which in fact came from the canal that overlooks the building, and entered the building through bulkheads that run along the interior walls to reach a large tank layered with copper, concrete and mosaic and a small canal at the ends of which there are two labyrinths carved in alabaster and Istria stone. Water plays a major role in this garden: it keeps on flowing from one side to the other with a gentle murmur to help us enjoy a moment of meditation and suspension and not too loud to disturb an intimate, gentle conversation. Don't miss the garden and the connected palazzo's contemporary art exhibitions, extensive public library and elegant 18th-century rooms. Palazzo and garden visit is about €10, have a look to the website: querinistampalia.it
“Don’t miss Venice’s green soul from where you can see a wide panorama of Venice and its southern and eastern islands (Giudecca and Lido)” Parco delle Rimembranze is located in the district of Castello, more precisely, on the Island of Sant’Elena, a rather modern side of this historical sestiere of Venice. The park is named this way in the memory of the soldiers who died in World War Two. The local tradition, for that matter, maintains that each of the trees in this park was planted in the memory of a victim. The park remains one of the most attractive (and few, for that matter) green spaces in Venice. It is crossed by winding alleys lined with statues (the statues of Verdi and of Wagner stand out in sharp relief), and it has been laid out with roller-skating rinks and children playgrounds. The rest of the Venetian Lagoon can also be admired from the south side of the garden. With its specific tranquility, Parco delle Rimembranze is ideal for picnics and peaceful pastimes. It is also the perfect place for jogging (there are dedicated areas for training outside and one long path that cross all the gardens). There are no crowds, no noise, and no stress. This is the place the locals come to breath-in what little green spaces Venice has to offer.
Parco delle Rimembranze
“Don’t miss Venice’s green soul from where you can see a wide panorama of Venice and its southern and eastern islands (Giudecca and Lido)” Parco delle Rimembranze is located in the district of Castello, more precisely, on the Island of Sant’Elena, a rather modern side of this historical sestiere of Venice. The park is named this way in the memory of the soldiers who died in World War Two. The local tradition, for that matter, maintains that each of the trees in this park was planted in the memory of a victim. The park remains one of the most attractive (and few, for that matter) green spaces in Venice. It is crossed by winding alleys lined with statues (the statues of Verdi and of Wagner stand out in sharp relief), and it has been laid out with roller-skating rinks and children playgrounds. The rest of the Venetian Lagoon can also be admired from the south side of the garden. With its specific tranquility, Parco delle Rimembranze is ideal for picnics and peaceful pastimes. It is also the perfect place for jogging (there are dedicated areas for training outside and one long path that cross all the gardens). There are no crowds, no noise, and no stress. This is the place the locals come to breath-in what little green spaces Venice has to offer.
The Marinaressa gardens are located along the Riva dei Sette Martiri, the monumental waterfront of the city of Venice. It was built in the thirties of the XXth century with intent to have a place to celebrate the city. It replaced a long sequence of shipyards, which for centuries had operated in the area. The gardens are situated in the Castello district, along the part of the San Marco basin between the Arsenale and the Biennale Gardens. They are the extension of the Riva degli Schiavoni. Before arriving at the Giardini of La Biennale, the two gardens of Marinaressa are the Ponente one, recently reopened to the public, and the garden of Levante. The two gardens, newly renovated, frame the complex of houses of Marinaressa. They are just a short distance from Piazza San Marco, overlooking the laguna.
Giardino della Marinaressa
The Marinaressa gardens are located along the Riva dei Sette Martiri, the monumental waterfront of the city of Venice. It was built in the thirties of the XXth century with intent to have a place to celebrate the city. It replaced a long sequence of shipyards, which for centuries had operated in the area. The gardens are situated in the Castello district, along the part of the San Marco basin between the Arsenale and the Biennale Gardens. They are the extension of the Riva degli Schiavoni. Before arriving at the Giardini of La Biennale, the two gardens of Marinaressa are the Ponente one, recently reopened to the public, and the garden of Levante. The two gardens, newly renovated, frame the complex of houses of Marinaressa. They are just a short distance from Piazza San Marco, overlooking the laguna.
“The Royal Gardens in San Marco, a small botanical paradise” The Royal Gardens have a particularly privileged position, right behind Piazza San Marco. They are also close to the pier of vaporetto (Giardinetti and San Marco stops). And that’s the side from which they are accessed. They can be admired from the boat or vaporetto from the Grand Canal. The gardens were planned by Napoleon during his occupation of the city, adjacent to his Royal Palace. Therefore, the park is surrounded by the Correr Museum, the Royal Palace, the Archaeological Museum and the Marciana Library. The central part is the Coffee House, the elegant domed garden pavilion designed by the architect Lorenzo Santi. This little park, covering only half a hectare, is an oasis of greenery and tranquillity. Its paths are covered with pergolas of climbing plants, and there are quite a lot of benches. It’s definitely not a must-see, but if you are wandering near San Marco have a short break there. Entrance is free.
Giardini Reali
“The Royal Gardens in San Marco, a small botanical paradise” The Royal Gardens have a particularly privileged position, right behind Piazza San Marco. They are also close to the pier of vaporetto (Giardinetti and San Marco stops). And that’s the side from which they are accessed. They can be admired from the boat or vaporetto from the Grand Canal. The gardens were planned by Napoleon during his occupation of the city, adjacent to his Royal Palace. Therefore, the park is surrounded by the Correr Museum, the Royal Palace, the Archaeological Museum and the Marciana Library. The central part is the Coffee House, the elegant domed garden pavilion designed by the architect Lorenzo Santi. This little park, covering only half a hectare, is an oasis of greenery and tranquillity. Its paths are covered with pergolas of climbing plants, and there are quite a lot of benches. It’s definitely not a must-see, but if you are wandering near San Marco have a short break there. Entrance is free.
Sightseeing
La prima basilica patriarcale di Venezia, progettata dal Palladio con bellissimi affreschi.
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San Pietro di Castello
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La prima basilica patriarcale di Venezia, progettata dal Palladio con bellissimi affreschi.
La piazza più bella del mondo, con i suoi caffè storici.
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Piazza San Marcos
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La piazza più bella del mondo, con i suoi caffè storici.
Ospedale di Venezia. Esempio di architettura raffinato con un fantastico museo della medicina. Luogo atipico per essere un ospedale.
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Ospedale SS Giovanni e Paolo
6777 Calle Seconda de la Fava
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Ospedale di Venezia. Esempio di architettura raffinato con un fantastico museo della medicina. Luogo atipico per essere un ospedale.
Città del Vetro
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Murano
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Città del Vetro
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San Giorgio Maggiore
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Arte e Architettura
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Giardini della Biennale
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Arte e Architettura
Essentials
La Nuova Solerte di Rizzi C. e Bertapelle B. S.n.c.
Supermercato (aperto anche la domenica) vicinissimo a casa (1min a piedi dall'appartamento).
Prix Quality
Supermercato (aperto anche la domenica) vicinissimo a casa (1min a piedi dall'appartamento).
Farmacia
Farmacia Baldisserotto "Al Basilisco"
1778 Via Giuseppe Garibaldi
Farmacia
Coop vicino all'appartamento. Ottima per prendere cose pronte di qualità.
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Coop
1797 Via Giuseppe Garibaldi
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Coop vicino all'appartamento. Ottima per prendere cose pronte di qualità.
Arts & Culture
Un posto da non mancare
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Galerias dell'Academia
1050 Campo della Carita
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Un posto da non mancare
Museo meraviglioso, in un palazzo unico e con opere d'arte sempre in evoluzione.
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Coleccion Peggy Guggenheim
701-704 Dorsoduro
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Museo meraviglioso, in un palazzo unico e con opere d'arte sempre in evoluzione.
Unico
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Arsenale della Biennale di Venezia
2169 Campiello Tana
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Unico
Un museo perla di una città di Mare come Venezia
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Museo Storico Navale di Venezia
2148 Riva S. Biasio
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Un museo perla di una città di Mare come Venezia
Mostra di fotografia a livelli internazionali
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Tres Ojos
43 Fondamenta Zitelle
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Mostra di fotografia a livelli internazionali
Drinks & Nightlife
Un luogo fantastico ricco di vita dove poter prendere un aperitivo in compagnia immersi in una cornice unica
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Rialto Bridge
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Un luogo fantastico ricco di vita dove poter prendere un aperitivo in compagnia immersi in una cornice unica
Locale vicino all'appartamento. Poco conosciuto, ma a mio parere di qualità. Consigliato per aperitivo serale.
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Serra dei Giardini Nonsoloverde Soc.Coop. Sociale Onlus
1254 Via Giuseppe Garibaldi
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Locale vicino all'appartamento. Poco conosciuto, ma a mio parere di qualità. Consigliato per aperitivo serale.