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—Residenza Ai Giardini—
If you are searching for a Private accommodation in a different kind of Venice, set apart from the throngs of tourists, you’ve finally found it. Residenza ai Giardini. Private access ,Private bathroom, Coffe Tea Facility, In the heart of Castello, 1 minute walking from Giardini della Biennale ,Residenza ai Giardini welcomes you with its atmosphere of charm and privacy. Located 2 minutes away from Via Garibaldi, only 10 minutes walking distance from Piazza San Marco, Historical building, no lift.
At Biennale od Art, biennale of archicture, flm festival..this is the ideal choise… Located in one of the most beautifull area of Venice, visit the antisch Basilique of San Pietro di Castello, take a walk on the Riva Dei Sette Martiri, and Riva degli Schiavoni, Some rooms are spacious, some are smaller but beautifull and collocated intimaly on top of the Venetian roof…. The area of castello, is one of the most interesting of Venice,residenza is design in the typicall venetian style.Castello highlights and tourist attractions nearby:San Giorgio degli Schiavoni – Carpaccio’s paintings San Zaccaria – attractive Gothic-Renaissance church with art by Giovanni Bellini, Tintoretto and others, and a low-lying, usually-flooded crypt.Santi Giovanni e Paolo – one of the most important churches in Venice, with lots to look at. Outside is the famous equestrian statue of Colleoni by Verrocchio, and alongside is the lovely facade of the Scuola Grande di San Marco, now part of Venice’s hospital.Arsenale – Venice’s historic shipyard, and the origin of our word ‘arsenal’. It’s hard to get inside the Arsenale when there isn’t an exhibition on, but even the entrance is worth a visit.at couple minutes walking from residenza ,there is San Pietro – this little island, connected to the rest of Venice by a couple of long bridges, is a backwater now but was an important part of historic Venice. The church was Venice’s cathedral until 1807 (San Marco was ‘merely’ the chapel of the Palazzo Ducale), and contains important monuments and extravagant tombs.Biennale – in odd-numbered years the Art Biennale fills the national pavilions in the Giardini Pubblici and also large spaces in the Arsenale. In even-numbered years it’s the turn of the Architecture Biennale.Museo Storico Navale – naval museum filled with exhibits from Venice’s (and Italy’s) maritime past, including nineteenth-century gondolas.