is at on the northern edge of Venice's Cannaregio district, facing the Venetian
Lagoon. The Madonna dell'Orto Church
is close by, and the Venetian Ghetto
isn't far away.
If you're arriving in Venice by car, a hotel in
Mestre or Marghera
(on the Italian mainland) may be convenient.
If it's summer and you love beach resorts, the
Lido di Venezia is a
Otherwise, we urge you to stay in Venice's
historic center, for a simple reason: Venice is at its best in early
morning and the evening, when daytrippers are gone and you can enjoy the
city without the crowds.