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We had an excellent stay at Ca' Bonvicini. To begin, the room was quite large. We had a queen bed along with a day bed comfortably arranged in our room. The bathroom was also spacious, providing lots of storage space. The shower, while small by...More
This was such a lovely getaway, so quiet, beautifully decorated, you hardly see anyone else so it feels really private, we loved the balcony so much, really lovely view, well situated, so friendly and such great communication, really helpful and organised. Only thing I’d change...More
Spent a splendid week at Ca'Bonvicini in the heart of San Polo. The room was first class and I felt like royalty with breakfast in bed in the morning. A personal feel to the place with the owner and staff proving very flexible and accomodating...More
We had a 2-day stay in Venice last week at this very pleasant B&B. A spacious room overlooking a small canal. Very clean, excellent service and advice, they brought breakfast to the room with fresh cornetti, juice, yogurt, coffee, tea. Modern, spacious private bathroom. Hostess...More
Really nice rooms (we had two) facing the canal (one with balcony). Nice breakfast served in the room at a time you decide. Very calm area. Nice, friendly and helpful staff. Guests have their own entrance to the building.
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous sight along the Grand Canal in San Polo, smallest of Venice's six sestieri (districts) and by far the busiest neighbourhood. Morning Venetians arrive to peruse the markets for fish, fruit and vegetables, while shops display goods from cheese to wine to desserts. San Silvestro and Rialto Market vaporetto (water taxi) stops add to the steady stream of foot traffic. San
Polo is defined by churches including Basilica dei Frari, one of the most important churches sought by art lovers.
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Hello, walking from the train station is possible, usually you take about 15 minutes, but it depends how many bags you have and if they are heavy because there are several bridges to cross (and the big one in front of the... More
Hello, walking from the train station is possible, usually you take about 15 minutes, but it depends how many bags you have and if they are heavy because there are several bridges to cross (and the big one in front of the train station), so with heavy luggage this could be very difficult. That's way we suggest to take the water bus from the train station, and get off at San Stae stop (third one from the station), from the water bus stop to us there are only 2 small bridges to cross and it's a less than 10 minutes walk. Once you make a reservation with us we usually provide a map with instructions.
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