Art and Culture
Wine and Dine
A spacious apartment suitable for up to 4 guests in the heart of the most romantic city in the world: Venice.
Close to restaurants, cafes and shops, the apartment is only a few minutes walk from the Rialto Bridge and the ferry landing stage.
It is the ideal location for a true Venetian holiday in any season.
The apartment is on the first floor of an elegant medieval building overlooking a small square (Campiello in Venice Field or such). After a short flight of steps leads to the bright and spacious living room with sofa entrance a large sofa, from here you enter the kitchen and equipped with everything you need for short or long stays in double bedroom, bathroom with a large shower, toilet and bidet and a second living room with a comfortable double sofa bed. The apartment is equipped with heating, air conditioning and free wireless internet. Guests are provided sheets and towels.
Located in the southernmost part of the Cannaregio District,
bordering the central San Marco and Castello District, the apartment is
the ideal base for exploring the city's most romantic and fascinating
Its central location allows to reach the Rialto Bridge in just 5 minutes away and the famous Piazza San Marco in 15 minutes.
Nearest Airport: Marco Polo International Airport 13 km
Nearest Ferry: Venice 3 km
Nearest station: Venezia Santa Lucia 2 km
Nearest Motorway: 12 km
Venice Carnival of Venice: Its origins are very ancient: the first evidence dates back to a document of Doge Vitale Falier of 1094, which speaks of public entertainment, and carnival in which the word is mentioned for the first time. The establishment of the Carnival by the Venetian oligarchy is generally attributed to the need of the Serenissima, like what has already happened in ancient Rome (see bread and circuses), to grant to the people, and especially the lower classes, a short period devoted entirely to the fun and festivities, during which the Venetians and foreigners flocked to the city to celebrate with music and dance. Through the anonymity guaranteed by masks and costumes, they obtained a kind of leveling of all social divisions and still allowed even the mockery of public authorities and aristocracy. Evidently, these concessions were widely tolerated and considered a providential outlet for tensions. Venice International Film Festival: The International Film Festival  is a film festival held annually in Venice (usually between late August and early September) in the historic Palazzo del Cinema on Promenade Marconi, in Venice Lido. It is the world's oldest film festival (the first edition was held in 1932). The main prize is awarded - along with several others - is the Golden Lion, which owes its name to the symbol of the city (the lion of St. Mark's Basilica). Such recognition is considered one of the most important from the point of view of film criticism, like the Golden Palm at Cannes and Golden Bear International Film Festival of Berlin. Reached the 67th edition in 2010, the exhibition is part of a broader scenario of the Venice Biennale, a cultural festival that includes an exhibition of contemporary art. The first edition was held in conjunction with the XVIII Biennial. Venice Biennale: The Venice Biennale is a non-profit organization supported by the Italian state. Starts out as a culture in 1895 with the aim of stimulating artistic activity and art market in the city of Venice. To take off the initiative was a group of intellectuals headed by the mayor of the Venetian time, Richard Wild. Both the international art show that Venice International Film Festival events are the first of their kind produced still exist. The Biennale organizing exhibitions divided into multi-disciplinary fields: * Architecture - International Architecture Exhibition of Venice * Art - International Art Exhibition Venice Film * - Venice International Film Festival of Venice * Dance - International Festival of Contemporary Dance * Music - International Festival of Contemporary Music * Theatre - International Festival of Theatre. Finally, the field of the Historical Archives of Contemporary Arts (ASAC)
Other activities: Gondola tours
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Art and Culture
Wine and Dine
|Type:||Apartment||Fees (Final cleaning) :||90.00 €|
|Minimum Stay:||5 nights||Security Deposit:||200.00 €|
|Cancellation:||Very Strict||Pets:||not allowed|
The owner, the property manager and the care taker, will not be liable for any act, neglect or default on the part of any person nor any accident, damage, loss, injury, expense or inconvenience whether to person or property which the tenant or any other person may suffer or incur arising out of or in any way connected with the letting or resulting from any other cause whatsoever. We advise you to arrange your own insurance to cover yourselves and your personal belongings whilst staying at the property.
The tenant agrees to keep the property and all fittings, furniture equipment and other contents in or on the property in a like state of repair and condition as at the commencement of the letting and will make good (or will arrange with us to make good) any damage, breakage, or loss that may occur during the period of letting.
The booking is produced on the basis of the information given on the adverts about this property which the owner and the property manager guarantee are accurate. Should the tenants not be satisfied with their rental accommodation, they should take this up immediately with the care taker, any complaint or request for compensation received after departure will not be taken into consideration.
The rental of the property includes water, electricity, cooking gas, air conditioning and heating consumption, 1 set of linen and towels per week/booking, wireless Internet connection and final cleaning. The property is equipped with crockery, cutlery, sheets, blankets, cleaning products and basic condiments.
The letting starts from 4 P.M. on the date of arrival to 10 A.M. on the date of departure. The time lapse is to enable the property to be inspected in between lets to ensure everything is in good order. Late arrivals and departures will be charged 30,00 Euro each.
Tenants are asked to leave the property clean and tidy and to ensure that they take all belongings with them. On changeover days there is only time for a superficial check and a general clean. We rely upon the goodwill of our guests whose co-operation we greatly appreciate. Should the property be left in a poor condition, requiring more intensive cleaning, then this will be charged 15,00 Euro per hour and deducted from the security deposit which the tenants pay upon arrival.
Renter will pay for repairs of any damage, they or their guests have caused.
Renter must be over 18 years of age.
Renter hereby acknowledges that they have read the House Rules, understand it, agree to it, and have taken a copy if needed.