Venice city centre 5 minutes walking from Ralto Bridge and St. Mark Square

Venice city centre 5 minutes walking from Ralto Bridge and St. Mark Square


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

The flat is located in Venice city centre but in a very quite area, five minutes walking from Rialto Bridge and St. Mark Square. It has a living room with a sofa (double bed), a full furnished kitchen, a double room and a single room, a bathroom with shower and a very nice terrace looking at gardens. It's air conditioned.
The best way to visit Venice is to stay in a flat, walk around the little street, go to the fish market, and spend time like venetians do: drinkig a glass of wine somewhere, listening gondoliers voices and eating fantastic food. Don't forget museum and shopping.

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Who we are

  1. I'm 36 and I wark as insurers; my usband is 41 and he is an architect. We love very much travel and know people. This is our second experience with home change. Fist time we went to Holland and we had a great time there: and we had also found new friends. We hope that this could happen again.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

So many things to say about neighbourhood: Lot of churches, museums, shops, restaurants, winebars, everything is no more than 5 minutes walking. 1 minutes from vaporetto stop which brings you to the island of Murano, Burano and Torcello. If you like beach don't forget the island of Lido with its fantastic beaches and International Film Festival. And what about teatres, opera and Biennale of art and architecture. It's just a question of choose!

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