This spacious apartment welcomes you with three bedrooms, perfect for families or groups of friends seeking authentic Venetian beauty. The main room offers a comfortable double bed, while the other two rooms are furnished with two single beds each, ensuring nights of peaceful rest. With two bathrooms available, it will be easy to get organized in the morning to begin your adventures in the city of canals. The apartment boasts a fully equipped kitchen, where you can experience local cuisine or prepare your favorite meals. The tastefully decorated living room is ideal for relaxing and sharing special moments with family and friends. But the real gem of this house is the beautiful terrace, from which you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the rooftops of Venice. Enjoy a coffee in the morning or sip an aperitif at sunset as the magical atmosphere of the city envelops you.
The Sestiere of Dorsoduro is one of the six historic districts of Venice, located in the southwestern part of the city. With a rich history and a vibrant cultural atmosphere, Dorsoduro is a unique place that captivates visitors with its authenticity and charm.
This sestiere is known to be the center of Venetian art and culture. Here, some of the city’s most important cultural institutions are located. The Venice Academy of Fine Arts, founded in 1750, houses a vast collection of paintings, sculptures and art artifacts, including works by Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese and many other Venetian masters. Peggy Guggenheim’s prestigious collection of modern art is another cultural gem in Dorsoduro, located along the Grand Canal.
But Dorsoduro is not just art. It is a neighborhood full of life and daily activities. In its streets, called “calle,” you can find traditional stores, craft stores, art galleries, and a wide selection of restaurants, bars, and cafes. These establishments offer a variety of Venetian delicacies, including cicchetti (small appetizers), pastries and, of course, the renowned Venetian spritz.
One of the most charming aspects of Dorsoduro is its picturesque waterfront on the Grand Canal. Along the banks, you can admire majestic palaces and fascinating bridges, such as the Accademia Bridge, which connects the neighborhood to the San Marco area. Along the way, there are also delightful cafes where you can sip coffee or a glass of wine while enjoying the view of the water.
But what makes Dorsoduro truly special is its bohemian atmosphere. This neighborhood has attracted artists, writers and intellectuals over the centuries, and still maintains a vibrant cultural scene today. Students from Ca’ Foscari University, with their books and bicycles, give the neighborhood a young and lively air.
Dorsoduro is also a residential area, with a community of Venetians still living in typical terraced houses and keeping the city’s traditions alive.
In addition, Dorsoduro offers a pleasant break from the crowds of tourists. Even in the busiest months of the year, it is possible to find quiet, secluded corners where you can enjoy a moment of peace and serenity.
In short, Dorsoduro is a perfect combination of art, culture, gastronomy and authentic Venetian life. Exploring this neighborhood means immersing yourself in the soul of Venice and discovering its timeless charm.
The apartment is completely at your disposal.
The only thing you have to do is to enjoy and feel at home.
Check-in & check-out
Check-in time is from 3pm to 8pm. After 8pm check-ins will be charged with an extra fee of 35€ to be paid at arrival. SELF-CHECK-INS ARE NOT ALLOWED.
Early check-in will be available starting from noon but please consider that the apartment could not be ready at that time.
Check-out time at 10.30 am.
In case of events of city wide , strikes or difficult weather conditions, check-in could be delayed.