Do you want to stay right in the centre of Venice and be independent without spending a fortune? Then check out this budget apartment to rent in central Venice, Italy.
An attractive Venice holiday apartment measuring 50 square metres, with its own entrance on the mezzanine floor, it has a beautifully light and airy living room with a roomy kitchen area, a bathroom and a comfortable bedroom.
This budget rental vacation apartment lies in the heart of Venice, halfway between the railway station and the Rialto Bridge, near the characteristic and lively Campo di San Giacomo dall'Orio and the international modern art gallery at Ca' Pesaro.
This Venice holiday apartment has a double divan bed, microwave oven, washing machine, TV, hifi, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, pots and pans and crockery, sheets and towels. On request, a child's cot and pushchair can be provided.
Daily prices range from EURO €80 to €100, weekly from €500 to €700, fortnightly from €750 to €900, and monthly prices from €1000 to €1200 – remarkably low prices for a holiday apartment in Venice.
And this vacation flat in the centre of Venice is superbly accessible. Take the train to Venezia Santa Lucia station or drop your car at the main city car park at Piazzale Roma, and you’ll find your Venice holiday accommodation a mere ten minutes walk away. You can take the water bus or water taxi to the Riva di Biasio stop on the Grand Canal.
You’ll find an enormous amount to see as you travel round Venice. The canals are a must of course: there are 150 of them, from the Grand Canal that snakes its serpentine route through the city, to the smallest tributaries. Bisected by the 409 bridges that join Venice and its 117 islands together, the canals are the lifeblood and the symbol of the city.
But much of Venice is seen best on foot. There are many miles of road, alleyway and pavement (some of the canals were filled and converted to footways in the past centuries) though there are no motor vehicles. Because of this, Venice (or La Serenissima to give its grander soubriquet) is a delight for the tourist.
And there are tourists – a lot of them, packing around Piazza San Marco and queueing to view the treasures of the Basilica di San Marco itself. But choose your times to view the golden mosaics of San Marco and you can escape the hordes. And of course there is so much of Venice that the tourists never see. Ensure you see the Doge’s Palace, take a trip to La Giudecca, take a gondola ride along the Grand Canal, and see the glassworks at Murano and Burano. But take a detour down the hidden alleyways of Venice, where you will find antique palazzi, beautiful old Romanesque churches, and marvellous local restaurants, osterie and bars.[ local map | map of region ]
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