|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Wonderful studio of 50 m2 in Castello with stunning views of the entire city Venice, sleeps up to 4 people. This architect studio has two double sofa beds (130 cm) and a single bed on the mezzanine, a kitchenette, a bathroom.
The studio is located in the Sestiere of Castello. The largest of Venice sestiere, located east of San Marco and Cannaregio, it extends to the Arsenal, the Giardini and beyond.
Away from the hectic life of the sestiere San Marco, Castello gradually transformed into a charming residential area of campi drowsy above which floats the machine hung windows, shops to local customers, leading a peaceful life among his tranquil canals ..
To see a Castello:
• The Church of Santi Giovanni e Paolo (Zanipolo)
• The Naval Museum (Museo Storico Navale di Venezia)
• The Museum of the Fondazione Querini Stampalia
• The Grimani Palace Museum
• The Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni (paintings by Carpaccio)
• The Museo di Dipinti Sacri Byzanti (of Byzantine icons Collection)
• The church La Pieta (Vivaldi attending)
• The pavilions of the Biennale
• The Donna Partigiana on the Riva Dei Partigiana, Giardini - a moving monument erected in memory of the women killed in the Second World War; the bronze statue of a reclining woman is immersed and appears at low tide.
Brief history of Venice. The keys to the economic domination of Venice on Italy in the Middle Ages are insular and naval ease of Venetians who has been growing for more than a millennium.
The area to the northwest end of the Adriatic Sea, where several rivers from the Alps to throw, is inhabited since ancient times by fishermen, sailors and salt smugglers. This area was part of the X region created by Augustus. This area was later named Venetia name of the Veneti, former integrated Italic people in the Roman Republic on iie century BC. J-C; Aquileia - on land - was the religious center and an important port.
The invasions of the Goths of Alaric I and Attila's Huns pushed local people to take refuge in the islands of the marshes along the Adriatic Sea, near the delta of the Po. According to legend later developed by the Venetians to demonstrate the antiquity of their city and the distant origin of their liberty, Venice was founded on March 25 in the 421 islands of rivus altus, which will become the Rialto.
In 452, a first settlement was founded by refugees from Padua and Aquileia. The region fell later in Ostrogothic kingdom was conquered and then with the rest of Italy by General Belisarius, becoming a province of the Roman Empire under Justinian East.
The city of Venice was founded towards the end of the sixth century by the inhabitants of the neighboring regions, sought refuge in number in the islands of the lagoon formed by the estuary of the River Po after the invasion of northern Italy by Lombards in 568. Indeed, this swampy area, difficult to access for ships keel, remained under the jurisdiction of the Exarchate of Ravenna, Province of Eastern Roman Empire. So she was initially a refuge from the Roman-Byzantine civilization but as its development, its autonomy was increased to achieve independence.
Taking advantage of the antagonism between the Exarchate of Ravenna and the Lombards, Venetians extended their policy space and endowed a local power embodied by the first Duke or "doge" Paolucio Anafesto (697-717) character the borders of legend and history. The city of Venice did not become truly independent after the withdrawal of the Byzantines in the Adriatic, shortly after the year 1000, during the emergence of the Kingdom of Hungary. The city-state once leaned over the sea to expand its power.
Venice had no own constitution. Indeed the definition of powers and the mechanism of governmental institutions fell in Venice customary law. Government decision-making bodies formed a pyramid with the People's Assembly was the base and the doge the top. Between the two sat the Grand Council, the Forty and the Senate, and the Ducal Council. This political organization whose features are emerging in the thirteenth century was maintained until 17974. The quadrupling of naval power in the first third of the fifteenth century, due to the Arsenale in Venice the largest factory in the world, employing up to 16,000 people behind a secret chamber 25 hectares. The naval activity is driven by the dynamism of the Venetian business district.
The salt trade and business expansion to the eastern Mediterranean, led to strong growth of the city. After the 4th Crusade, Venice turned on Constantinople, the Republic seizes the riches of the Byzantine Empire and is its own maritime empire consisting mostly of Greek and Dalmatian islands. It complements the conquering Dalmatia Mainland, Istria and a vast area between the Alps and the Po, including the cities of Bergamo, Brescia, Verona, Padua, Treviso and Udine. It conflicts with Genoa, its rival in northern Italy and the Mediterranean. The climax of this struggle will be the fourth Genoese war, otherwise called War of Chioggia. Venice was the victor of the conflict, but very exhausted. The Treaty of Turin, in 1381, was not particularly advantageous to him despite his victory, Venice had to give up territories and grant certain rights to its rival. She lost Treviso and Dalmatia returning to the King of Hungary. But it retained its institutions and its major colonies.
The city has a fleet of armed galleys 6000, allowing him to take risks in the form of regular convoys to rule over the Mediterranean Sea. The Rialto area is the first organized stock exchange, according to historian Fernand Braudel. Merchants will exchange holdings in Venetian galleys, auctioned according to the Incanto system galleys of market5. Venice becomes the most important port in the Mediterranean, outperforming Constantinople. He had to conquer lands of the lagoon.
The decline began with the Turkish advance in the Mediterranean, which deprived the gradually all Greek lands, with the exception of the Ionian Islands, and its access to the markets of the Silk Road, which was also very touched by the plague black. Despite the victory over the Turks at Lepanto in 1571, the Republic of Venice yet lost its commercial importance because of the diversion of European trade to the ocean after the discovery of America.
Venice maintained its cultural influence, becoming the European city most elegant and refined of the eighteenth century, with a strong influence on art, architecture and literature.
Politically again an Italian State among others, Venice was annexed by Napoleon Bonaparte May 12, 1797, during the first coalition. The French invasion put an end to nearly 800 years of independence. Napoleon, however, was seen as a kind of liberating the poor and Jewish population of Venice, aristocratic republic where power and most of the wealth was monopolized by a few families. Napoleon abolished the barriers of the Ghetto and the traffic restrictions imposed on Jews.
In 1797, the Treaty of Campo Formio, Napoleon gave Venice and its territories to the Habsburgs in exchange for Belgium, then he resumed them in 1805 to integrate the Kingdom of Italy which he was crowned king, before the city was incorporated into the Austrian Empire from 1815 to 1866. The Austrian domination of Venice and the Veneto was not completed as October 3, 1866 after his defeat of Sadowa against the Prusso-Italian alliance. Venice became an Italian province capital and one of the centers of world tourism.
After World War II, Italy laid claim to Austria defeated once all Venetian territories, but clashed with Yugoslav claims and secured to the Treaty of Rapallo that Istria, the city of Zara in Dalmatia and islands of Veglia, Cherso and Lagosta. The resentment developed at that time contributed to the subsequent success of Mussolini. After World War II, Italy also lost these possessions in favor of Yugoslavia, leaving only Trieste which is not part of the formerly Venetian territories, but where the Italian-speaking populations expelled from Yugoslavia took refuge.
Studio très bien situé à 5 minutes de l'arrêt vaporetto "Arsenal" aucun problème même avec deux grosses valises.Tres calme,
Belle vue,facilité de ravitaillement ds la rue GARIBALDI restos Coop...etc..
Attention en cas d'acqua alta!!!!
Pas de discussion sur les avantages de cet Appartement, ils ont été décrits dans d'autres évalutions, rien à ajouter ou à modifier. Ce qui nous fait très plaisir: A l'arrivée, nous avons trouvé un "emergency kit" d'alimentation, du café moulu, du lait, un pain, du beurre, de la confiture, du Prosecco, des fruits, de l'eau. Cela nous était jamais arrivè avant. L'appartement était bien chauffé, nous n'avions pas froid malgré le mauvais temps du mois de décembre. Ce qui nous a dérangé un peu: C'est une étude d'architecte, et tout est encore plein de dossiers etc. les tiroirs pleins, sur toutes les surfaces une multitude d'objets (jolis, entendu - mais ou mettre ses affaires?). Pour la meme raison, je n'y vois pas d'enfants. Malgré tout: à refaire.
Location en tout point conforme à la description, idéalement située, disposant de tout le confort souhaité. On s'y sent chez soi, merveilleux pied à terre dans cette cité lacustre.
It was a nice stay in a great studio apartment, really well furnished and in an amazing location! The host picked us up from vaporetto at twelve o clock in the night, which was really kind of him. You will enjoy your stay!
Wir waren sicher nicht das letzte Mal hier. Einen traumhafteren Blick auf Venedig gibt es nicht.
Zentral genug, um zu Fuß loszuziehen und zwischendurch auch mal wieder zum Pause machen ins Studio zu kommen.
Mit den Vaporetti kommt man schnell überall hin, ob Richtung Stadt oder Lido. Im der quirligen Einkaufsstraße ums Eck findet man alles - Supermärkte, Gemüsestände und Boote, Bäckerei und nette Ristorante...einen Park, die Giardini...
Das Studio - ein heller, gemütlich eingerichteter großer Raum, bequeme Schlafsofas, in der Küche alles da, sehr zur Freude meiner Kinder sogar WLAN...sehr nette und aufmerksame Eigentümer...perfekt ...ein Geheimtipp, den man am besten für sich behalten sollte. Michaela
open plan studio apartment with mezzanine, beautiful view of Venice, very quiet, sunny, former architect studio. in the heart of Castello
Studio open space with two sofas bed, loft bed, kitchenette, small bathroom, max 4 people total. 50 m2.
The price includes air conditioning, bed linen and towels, internet.
The apartment is located on the Riva 7 Martiri, on the water, peaceful. You will find that this is a very pleasant because it is quiet, sunny, spacious. The kitchen is fully functional, well equipped.
The Castello area is very Venetian, all the shops are in the vicinity: market, butcher, grocery, fish, bars, restaurants, banks, supermarkets, pharmacies, all within 200/400 meters. The rent is 150 euros per night rate, 900 per week.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Notes: Rates are based on 1 guests; add €15 per night, per additional guest|
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