Venice's Ca' Doge is a B&B or inn at the southwestern corner of the Piazzale Roma, just across the street from the People Mover station (which offers cheap, quick transportation to the Marittima cruise port and the Tronchetto parking island).
Ca' Doge is accessible by car, and--almost unheard of in Venice--it has its own small parking lot.
The location isn't beautiful or atmospheric (we'd rather be away from cars), but it's handy if you're traveling with a vehicle or you want quick access to the Marittima cruise terminals.
Go to the southwest corner of the Piazzale Roma (the lower left corner of the square on the map).
Ca' Doge is right next to the square, in a stucco building with a parking entrance in the middle and the name "Ca' Doge" above the door.
For even more details, see our Ca' Doge Video Walking Directions on YouTube:
Take a free shuttle bus (if available), a taxi, or the People Mover elevated tramway (just outside the port entrance) to the Piazzale Roma.
Follow the directions above.
As you leave the station, turn right and walk past the large building to the Calatrava Bridge, a.k.a. the Ponte della Costituzione.
Cross the bridge to the Piazzale Roma.
Walk around the Piazzale Roma to the southwest corner, where you'll find Ca' Doge.
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