Palazzina Sul Canale, offers a large and vibrantly bright Five Bedroom apartment with a splendid view on the Cannaregio canal.
It’s classic and historic characteristics, like high timbered ceilings, and tall window speak to it heritage as a typical Venetian palazzo, while its careful choice of furnishings, echo stylish current idioms and give it the charm in an elegant mix of antique and modern styles.
The gracious living area has comfortable, deep, armchairs, sofas, a large 46-inch flat screen, as well as a dining table for up to 10 people. There is a large, fully equipped family kitchen, for pleasurable preparation of family meals- or we can book a Chef!
You will find five bedrooms and three bathrooms. The five bedrooms all open onto the living area. The Master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a walk in shower cabin. The other two double rooms can be offer either king beds or be turned into twin rooms by separating the beds. The remaining two single bedrooms can also host 1 extra fold-out bed each. While the ensuite bathroom has a shower cabin, the other 2 bathrooms have comfortable and elegant bathtubs.High speed internet and central air conditioning accompany the apartment’s brand new appliances.
In the apartment’s immediate surroundings you can find many restaurants, cafes, shops, and the nearby market of San Leonardo, where you can pick up fresh fish, fruits, and vegetables.
This area provides many services, as it is near the train station and has many connections to the different areas of the city.
The closest waterbus stops are Guglie and San Marcuola, on the Grand Canal, both convenient for visiting the city’s many attractions.
District of Cannaregio
Venice has six districts, known as “sestieri”. Cannaregio is the second largest. It includes the entire northern part of the city all the way to Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo, extending from the train station to almost the Rialto Bridge. In this district, you find the Venetian Ghetto, the oldest Jewish ghetto in the world, still inhabited today by a very prominent and active Jewish community. Three of its five synagogues are open to visits, and its Jewish Museum tells the story of the community’s settlement in Venice.
Strada Nuova is the grand artery of the city, lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants.
The neighborhood’s smaller side streets lead you to Fondamenta degli Ormesini and Rio della Misericordia. In the evening, before dinner, this area is quite lively, becoming a reference point for Venetian aperitivi in the many small bars with open terraces overlooking the Rio.