For travelers on a tight budget there are 168 reasonably priced options to choose from, such as Ca Marinella and Veniceluxury with rates at 23US$. The affordable Apostoli Palace with rates from 128US$ is situated only a 10-minute walk from the city center. To stay in a hostel close to Church of the Santissimo Redentore, book a room at Silk Road with rates from 178US$ per night. A good budget-friendly option in San Polo district is Venice Resorts, a 15-minute walk to T Fondaco dei Tedeschi by DFS and not far from Ristorante Giardino d'Inverno restaurant.
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For those looking for hotels near the action of Venice downtown area, try Locanda Sant'Agostin with rates from 223US$ or Al Gazzettino with prices starting at 215US$. For those looking to stay downtown, San Lio Tourist House is a suitable choice minutes away from bars and restaurants. Visitors who would like to explore Dorsoduro district of Venice should book a stay at Residenza Universitaria Gesuiti.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Venice
Luxury accommodation, such as Hotel Ca Zusto Venezia and Hotel Moresco, offer upscale experiences in San Polo district, next to Ragazzo Con La Rana. The closest boutique hotels near Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo are Carnival Palace and Palazzo Vitturi. Al Duca Venezia is a top-rated chain hotel in Giudecca district, and is situated within easy reach of Libreria Acqua Alta.
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Locanda Acquavita is an affordable apartment for families situated next to Ponte delle Guglie, with room rates from 119US$. Diamante E Smeraldo Hotel is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of Venice such as Grand Canal. Ca' Formenta in Venice is a great way for the family to spend some quality time as it features a golf course and a patio. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the canal, we offer to pick Ca' Vendramin Zago near La Vecia del Morter, which is a popular resort in Venice.
City Guide: Discover the best of Venice
Romantic, charming, but swarming with visitors, Venice is a city where tourists outnumber residents.
Venice's character has barely changed from the way it was 600 years ago. It is still that lagoon city with light Renaissance touches and gondolas running down the Grand Canal as when it was first established in 421.
The one and only pedestrian city in the world, the center and historic heart of Venice can be crossed from one end to another in an hour thus Venice can be navigated on foot with ease.
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From its birth Venice became a center for trade and commerce, especially in silk, grain and spice as well as a centre for art. That tradition continues today as glassblowers create amazing the amazing works associated with Murano glass, please note it to be really expensive to buy.
Small and compact at first sight, Venice developed into huge city comprising of several areas and districts as well. For instance, more than 220,000 people live in Mestre area – industrial part of Venice linked to mainland by 5 kilometer bridge.
The heart of Venice still makes up a group of Sestieri districts teeming with attractions, like
– Basilica di San Marco, a must-see located right at the Piazza San Marco; for a 10-minute experience inside famous church tourists are ready to stay hours in lines just to enter
– San Giovanni e Paolo is a Dominican church with Renaissance facade
– Correr Museum has a collection of globes from 16th century, library hall and art cafe to relax if you get tired
– Galleria dell'Accademia di Venezia – the best in Italy and the most significant one in the Italian cultural scene
– Venice's Clock Tower can be visited only on private tour, but it is worth a look being a unique astrological mechanism
You can book a hotel in Venice stones' throw from any of these attractions with interactive map of Venice hotels.