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Airbnbs in Venice
The best stays in Venice
Looking for a great stay in Venice? With Holidu we offer you the best places where you can stay to enjoy a lovely time in Venice. We have multiple holiday lettings in Venice, so you'll have plenty of options to choose from. Some of the locations include San Marco, Castello, Dorsoduro and Cannaregio. All of the accommodations have a small-town feel to their surroundings, with beautiful streets and picturesque balconies full of flowers and nature, as well as several Airbnbs overlooking the canals. What are you waiting for? Book an Airbnb in Venice now!
Comfortable and nice accommodations in Venice
In Venice we have for you very nice and pleasant stays, with a homey touch in each of the houses, these prove to be very comfortable, being a perfect place to spend your holidays. A characteristic feature of the city centre Airbnbs in Venice is that it is very peaceful, both inside and in the surrounding area. In addition, there is internet access, television, air conditioning, a dishwasher in the kitchen and a washing machine. Many Airbnbs in Venice often have a small terrace to enjoy the beautiful views that the city has to offer, making it the perfect place to spend your holiday.
Choosing a perfect and affordable Airbnb in Venice to rent is crucial for unforgettable holidays. After each day of adventures, your sanctuary should be the best—a retreat that complements the excitement of the journey with unparalleled comfort and rest with features such as:
- Sea view
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Venice for art lovers
If you are one of those who adores art and loves to appreciate any kind of work, be it a painting, or fine arts or a statue, we recommend you to rent an affordable Airbnb in Venice and go to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. This is one of the most important museums in all of Italy and in all of Europe, being part of one of the most prominent museums dealing with European and American art of the first half of the 20th century. Considered by many to be an oasis of art, this museum will turn out to be a delight for many, with a free tour around the site being more than enough to make you fall in love with all the pieces of art on display.
Venice for religion lovers
Do you have a keen interest in religion? Maybe you are religious, or you just love the atmosphere of religion itself, in any case, we recommend you to visit St. Mark's Basilica, located in St. Mark's Square, this beautiful basilica is the main catholic temple in the city of Venice, considered the masterpiece of Byzantine architecture in the Veneto. The infrastructure is jaw-dropping, ornate and beautifully decorated, and the interior decorations are mind-blowing, so if you happen to stop by, you won't regret it in the slightest. You can rent an apartment in Venice and get to know more about this part of Venice, which can hide a lot of history and culture.
Did you know that Venice is made up of 118 small islands?
Prepare your itinerary in Venice
Top 7 travel tips in Venice
1. A picturesque and gigantic square
Find the perfect Airbnb in Venice and visit Piazza San Marco, the only square found in Venice. Being the main place to go for many tourists and locals alike, this place abounds with photographers and little places to shop. This beautiful place is perfect for strolling around for a while and appreciating the beautiful passages that are on the site.
2. The famous white stone arched bridge
The Bridge of Sighs is one of the most renowned bridges in Venice, located near St. Mark's Square, this bridge connects the Doge's Palace with the old Inquisition prison. You can cross this bridge, either underneath it, on a boat trip, or on foot, either way, it is a very nice place to take a few photos to commemorate the memory.
3. The most important bridge in Venice
The Rialto Bridge is a charming spot for a stroll, a pivotal structure crossing the Grand Canal. Whether viewed from a boat or on foot, it offers a picturesque scene. Renting a villa in Venice adds a touch of luxury to your stay, enhancing the allure of capturing these beautiful moments.
4. The great basilica of San Maria della Salute
A site of great importance in the history of Venice, the Santa Maria della Salute is a basilica, which, like the church of the Redeemer or the church of San Roco, was built to commemorate those inhabitants who suffered the great calamity of the black plague in 1630. The site has beautiful architecture, both inside and out.
5. The ringing of the bells
A very peculiar site is St. Mark's bell tower, usually bell towers are attached to a church or basilica, while St. Mark's bell tower is not, as it is free and independent from St. Mark's temple, it is considered one of the symbols of Venice and a very visited site. If you decide to visit this place with your family, you can rent a family-friendly Airbnbs in Vencie, with a good location and everything you need for that trip with your loved ones.
6. The most remarkable historical site in Venice
Located on the eastern side of St. Mark's Square, the Doge's Palace is a historic Italian building, one of Venice's symbols of power and a majestic work of the Venetian Gothic movement. Throughout the site you can see different parts of the place, the exhibits are also very interesting, and the staff is friendly.
7. The art of majestic opera
Fenice, a reconstructed opera house in the city of Venice, is one of the most famous theatres in all the history since several works of great renown in artistic history have been premiered on this very site, with an audiovisual tour of the site, this will turn out to be an experience that will touch your heart.
Information about airbnb in Venice
|🏡 Airbnbs available:
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|up to -59%.
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|⭐ Most popular amenities:
|Wi-Fi, air conditioning and balcony.