Apartment for rent from € 240/day in VeniceName/Address:
The studio has windows on three sides, a mezzanine with queen size bed, air conditioning, it is extremely pleasant, calm and with a character. I used to live there as a student. The studio has a private garden, wonderful for having breakfast or just a relaxed time at night.
The studio is an open space on two levels, very airy and sunny, as well as pleasant. The area is very lively: a student area with all the shops, restaurants and attractions. All amenities are in very close range: banks, market, bars, ATM machines, pharmacy.
Museums and tourist attractions nearby (Accademia, San Rocco, Zattere). Very nice walks in the area. Very weel connected to public transport and very close (5/6 minutes on foot) to Piazzale Roma, 10/12 minutes to the train station)
Dorsoduro is one of the six sestieri of Venice, northern Italy.
Dorsoduro includes the highest land areas of the city and also Giudecca island and Isola Sacca Fisola. Its name derives from the Italian for "hard ridge", due to its comparatively high, stable land.
The original heart of the area was the Giudecca Canal, along which building were constructed from the sixth century. By the eleventh century, settlement had spread across to the Grand Canal, while later religious buildings including the Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute and the Zattere quay are now its main landmarks.
In the nineteenth century the Accademia was set up in Dorsoduro and the Ponte dell'Accademia linked it to San Marco, making it an expensive area popular with foreign residents. The western quarter, end and the Giudecca, became industrialised around this time.
Upon arrival at the apartment we have to request the Venice Municipality tax (called "Tassa di Soggiorno"), newly established for private apartments, which is 1.5 eur per person per day, payable in cash. We will give you a separate receipt for this.?