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Residenza Ca' Zanardi
Directions and Booking Links
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ABOVE: Ca Zanardi is marked by an
icon in the left center area of the map.
Ca' Zanardi is an old-fashioned B&B within the Palazzo Ca' Zanardi, a 16th
Century palace that is also used for exhibits, weddings, masquerade balls, and
other events. All seven rooms have private baths, are furnished with antiques,
and offer free Wi-Fi. Guests have access to the palazzo's courtyard and terrace.
Ca' Zanardi is easy to reach from the Fondamente Nove stop
of Alilaguna's Blue Line (and, at night, Orange Line) airport boats. However,
you'll want to look for the building number (4132) as you get close to the
palazzo, because signage is minimal and the Residenza is easy to miss.
How to reach Ca' Zanardi from the Fondamente Nove
As you leave the boat landing at Fondamente Nove, look for the Salizada
Spechieri. This is a street just to the right of the pier.
Walk inland on the Salizada Specchieri, past the Gesuiti
Church and through the Campo dei Gesuiti to a canal.
Turn right immediately before the bridge. Walk along the
Fondamenta Zen to the next bridge (called the Ponte Santa Caterina o
Turn left and cross that bridge, which will lead you into
the Calle Zinardi.
Look for double wooden doors in a stone wall. A panel with
brass nameplates and doorbells is to the left of the doors; ring the bell
for the Residenza Ca' Zanardi. (The building number is 4132.)