Welcome to B&B VENEZIA
Bed and Breakfast Venezia is located in the most verdant
district of the city, an island of unspoiled serenity on the eastern shore of the city's fabled lagoon.
The most delight feature of
Sant'Elena, however, may be the dreamlike vision of ancient Venice shimmering across the lagoon, especially as the sun sets behind the tower of San Marco and the great dome of Santa Maria della Salute.
Our location is really favorable for visiting the city quietly.
The Bed & Breakfast is situated in the Venice's residential area, in front to the greenery of the Sant'Elena pine-wood. Sant'Elena is well-connected to the other islands of the lagoon by bridges and frequent water buses (the water bus-stop is very close to the B&B), which allow you to enjoy a leisurely stroll to Piazza San Marco along Riva degli Schiavoni, by walking down one of the nicest and most panoramic views in the world, and through the majestic trees of the "Parco delle Rimembranze".
The Lido of Venezia with its beaches and the annual Venice International Film Festival are just 10 minutes away by boat, the Biennale gardens are a 2-minute walk from the B&B, while the world-renowned Murano glass factories and the colorfull Burano island are all within easy reach.
All year long a high number of tourists crowds the streets of Venice (call them 'calli') to see the wonder of this stunning city. And then, just around the corner, the crowds disappears in secret squares called ‘campi’, facing the sea. Waterways and narrow streets, tasty food and stunning museums: that’s Venice, of course. A city fully built over the water that never loses its capacity to enchant, whether you are visiting the city for the first or the umpteenth time. Churches, Byzantine palaces, stunning museums, and even wine bars and ‘cicchetterie’ are not to be missed: discover here, with us, the must-to-see in Venice.
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