The property is located in the historical centre of Venice in the area of Rialto (few steps to famous Rialto bridge) and a short walk to St Marks Square. It is composed of 1 bedroom, living room with kitchen and double sofa bed, small panoramic equipped terrace overlooking the rooftops. Very attractive flat in characteristic and typical location in the Rialto quarter.
The flat is in a quiet area however well serviced with food stores and all kind of shops close by so that you can fully enjoy typical Venetian life style
The Rialto market is just nearby, you can't miss a visit to the coloured and full of local products stands
Also not faraway is the Gondola boat stop to cross the Grand canal and reach Strada Nuova with its shops and typical restaurants.
This flat is ideal for people looking for a romantic holiday in Venice
You can easily walk to main historical and interesting places of the city from this location, but far from noisy tourist quarters.
The flat is located in the central area of Rialto (the famous bridge crossing the Grand Canal, main water way of the city) right in the heart of Venice . A very good location to walk everywhere to the main sites.
At only few steps there is the Grand Canal:you can enjoy a gondola ride simply by crossing the canal with local Venetian people.
The flat has a small terrace with table and chairs with a nice view on the roof tops of Venice.
Not to be missed in San Polo.
This is the oldest bridge and spans the Grand Canal. It probably dates back to 1172 and was originally in wood. In 1557 the Venetian Republic put out a tender for rebuilding the bridge in stone. The architects who competed for the tender includes Palladio and Sanmichieli. The tender was awarded by Antonio da Ponte and in 1591 the bridge was inaugurated.
Church of S. Giacometto.
Perhaps the oldest church in Venice. It is still laid out in the form of a Greek cross. Opposite, we have the 'Gobbo di Rialto' which was built by Pietro da Salò in 1541. Next to it, there is the 'Pietra del bando' from which the decrees of the Venetian Republic were read out. This was the commercial heart of Venice, where merchants met to hammer out their agreements and where the Banco Giro was located. This bank was already in existence in the twelfth century and enabled credit to circulate San Polo Square.
It gives its name to the district.