"No one enters Venice as a stranger"
Ideally situated for visits to galleries, churches, festivals and the Venice Art Biennale
A secret hideaway with a pretty courtyard and rooms decorated in velvet and silk.
Carnival, Easter, the first week of the Art Biennale and Christmas have alternate rates.
Salizzada San Antonin is a wide curved street between Ponte Greci and Campo Bandiera e Moro where you can take your morning coffee at the cafe, Alla Bragora. Local shopping at a small supermarket. A ten-minute stroll to San Marco and the Doge's Palace takes you past the Scuola Di San Giorgio Degli Schiavoni, art galleries, antique jewellers and mask shops where you can see hand-crafted masks being made.
Two famous restaurants Al Cova and Corte Sconta are secreted away in San Antonin streets.
An advantage of staying in the apartment is returning to the cool of the courtyard to eat delicious food from the gourmet deli counter in the local supermarket. Lots of local shops. Useful too when children stay. Good Pizza take-away around the corner in Salizzada San Antonin.
Travel, museums and churches. Veneziaunica.it