This is the quintessential Venetian neighborhood, “ben servito,” which means you can find anything from supermarkets, fresh markets, and shops for vino “al sfuso” and finer fare, to butchers to pasticcerie, from clothing and shoe to hardware stores, to bars and bàcari to notions and pharmacies. This area of the Cannaregio sestiere also boasts some of the best and most reasonably options for dining in Venice, with a host of cafes and eateries in the city. Of course, you’ll receive our insider’s list on arrival!
Alilaguna Arancio line offers an easy 20-minute, €13 boat ride from the airport to this extraordinarily tranquil neighborhood (what you expect elsewhere in Venice, but rarely get). Just around the corner from Tintoretto’s original home and church, the luminous Madonna dell’Orto, and the Jewish Ghetto. This cozy, airy apartment is handy to the Orto vaporetto stop serving Lines 4 and 5, and also to San Marcuola and the Grand Canal. Saunter to the San Sofia traghetto to be ferried to the Rialto Markets and all of San Polo, or hop the Ca d’Oro vaporetto instead. For the actively inclined, just down the fondamenta Gasparini is the starting point for Row Venice Venetian rowing lessons.
Corina’s Venice is equipped with free Wi-fi
|Floor||ground floor (no high water, ever)|
|Size||LIving room, bedroom, bathroom, galley kitchen|
|Nr. of people||2+1 child, best for couple|
|Nr. of bedrooms||1|
|Nr. single sofa/day beds (no fold-out), each sleeps one person comfortably.||2|
|Bathroom w/small bathtub, and shower||1|
IN THE APARTMENT
|Galley kitchen with table|
|Kettle (electric and stovetop)|
|Clothes washer (dry on indoor racks or outdoor clothesline)|
|Shower and small bathtub|
|Heat (radiators) / Fans|
|Non – smoking apartment|
|Large garden with table, chairs, and large umbrella|
There are two pair of Wellington boots in the apartment for guest use: size 39 and 44.
There is no air conditioning (rarely needed until July, or after mid-Sept).