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Castello is the largest of the six sestieri (districts), and the only one not facing onto the Grand Canal. More than half of Castello is situated within Arsenale, the naval base, which occupies over one-fifth the area of Venice. This gentrified maritime neighbourhood feels busy but casual. Castello’s side streets are laid back, with small boats lining canals criss-crossed by laundry. Semiannual exhibitions add a strong artsy current to the Arsenale area. Via Garibaldi in Castello, with its shops and bars, has one of Venice's rare straight and wide boulevards. When a large ship turns around the Lido to enter the Giudecca Canal, the startling sight creates an illusion that it will run aground right on Via Garibaldi! Families treasure Giardini near the island's tip, green with rare trees and grass, and Riva degli Schiavoni is a popular spot for Venetians to take a stroll to watch the sunset.
Undoubtedly unique in its kind, I have never seen something similar before... books everywhere even in a gondola... great balcony with book-steps driving to great view. Book smell around... Although I really wanted to buy a souvenir from this overwhelming with books store, I found... really nothing. Consider it as one more sightseeing stop. Nice to see indeed!
We came here to see the flooded crypt and it was definitely worth it. It's not that big but it's cool to walk thorough water and see the church from an unusual perspective. If you're closeby, feel free to take a visit!
This is one of numerous confraternities that constituted the social fabric Venice, but what sets it apart is the cycle of paintings by Carpaccio, completed in the early 16 century, which adorn its small oratory.
My wife and I were staying at the sister hotel, Ai Cavalieri di Venezia, which in itself is a wonderful place, but has no restaurant. Some friends had stayed at Ai Reali and recommended eating here. We were not disappointed. We came for dinner and ordered from the a la carte menu and the food was wonderful. Other diners ordered...
₹ • Street Food, Italian, Fast food, Mediterranean
"5 star, pasta superb"
reviewed 4 days ago by Liam G
What can I say, found this via tripadvisor and it did not disappoint.
For 6 euros you are treated to some of the finest pasta available.
Very friendly man serving.
Well done guys, keep up the good work , highly recommended
₹ • Italian, Fast food, Street Food, Mediterranean, European, Healthy
"I hope he expands to Los Angles!!!"
reviewed 3 days ago by Jenny_4230
Fantastic fresh pasta on the go, specializes in different types of gnocchi. I hope he becomes a success in Venice so he can expand his business to Los Angeles! Good prices, quick and delicious stop! Please go and support!!!
"Loved the crepes with Nutella and hazelnut topped with pistachio gelato! "
reviewed 1 week ago by PeggyH439
Freshly made crepes! Few seats available only but it was empty when we went. Enjoyed the crepes! Was e best we had in Italy! Only thing is that there's no toilet. But I guess it's normal for small shops like this.
This is the perfect hotel in Venice. Great location. Great neighborhood. Close to everything yet quiet. Canal dock for water taxi making arrivals and departures easy. Highly recommend.
Breakfast is included. No restaurant in the hotel but with so many nearby, this isn’t a problem.
The room was incredibly quaint. Incredibly private and not touristy at all. Which made it that much more lovely.
They left a personal note, cookies, and prosecco in the fridge. We were even personally walked to the ferry for the train station.
I highly recommend this place if you don’t want to deal with too many tourists. The only down...
We stayed at the Liassidi Wellness Suites for two wonderful nights. The place is located on a nice street with good restaurants. The suites are luxurious and modern, the furniture is of high quality and the hosts are very hospitable.
Also, the breakfast was really large and of good variety. Would definitely recommend!
We stayed at Hotel Le Isole for three nights pre-cruise. It is a small, lovely hotel in a location convenient to the vaporetto stop (less than 5 minute walk), and a short walk to St Marks. They serve a very nice breakfast with great coffee. There is an outdoor courtyard area, but it was a bit too cold to ear...
Our introduction to Venice was the water taxi trip from Piazzale Roma to the hotel, spectacular. The hotel is located close to Piazza San Marco on the main promenade with a water taxi dock near the hotel entrance. It is within walking distance of sights, restaurants, and cash machines.
After our arrival, we arranged our itinerary through the hotel with...