We offer a lovely apartment at the fourth floor (no elevator or lift) of a historical Venetian building located in the town’s heart, 5 minutes from San Marco Square and its Bell tower, it’s at only 1 minute walk from Rialto Bridge and just 50 meters from Rialto water bus stop. The apartment is located in the historical San Salvador square, with a small view to Canal Grande. Recently restored and well-appointed, the apartment has all your desired comforts for a stay, full furnishings, air conditioning, washing machine, satellite TV and fan. There is a big living with kitchen area (cookware, glasses, dishes and utensils included), bathroom with shower, 2 bedrooms and a small hall at the entrance. Sleeps max five (5) persons: 4 persons plus one (folding-bed). The price includes, cleaning, bedding and towels. The apartment has internet connection, Wifi. Close the apartment (1 minute walk) there is also an internet-point.
Mercerie, the heart of Venice : The apartment is very close to the Mercerie ( just back to the corner). Mercerie cut the old city centre into two parts, connecting Piazza San Marco to Rialto. This is Venice’s main through way, the heart of the city’s commercial trade since ancient times when the precious fabric shops stayed open until late. The Mercerie are divided into three parts: Mercerie dell’oroloio that starts from Piazza San Marco, Mercerie de San Zulian and Mercerie di San Salvador, that come out right on Campo San Salvador, next to Campo San Bortolo. All the Mercerie are full of shops and boutiques of all kinds: from luxury jewellers such as Cartier and Rolex to fashion boutiques such as Sergio Rossi for shoes and Krizia for clothes. The apartment is in historical building in San Salvador square, where there is the entrance. This is an important site in Venice, you can find it in some important ancient paintings, for example: ' L'ingresso di un procuratore di San Marco' by Gabriel Bella (1779)
Carnival of venice: The Venice Carnival is the largest and most important Venetian festival, an appreciated cocktail of tradition, entertainment, history and transgression in a unique city, a festival that attracts thousands of people from around the world each year. The Carnival has very old origins. This congregation of masked people, called Venice Carnival, began in the 15th century, but the tradition can be traced back to the beginning of the 14th Century.