Discovering the magic of Venice

Have you considered a trip to Venice this year? If you have, look up which offers a number of luxurious apartments in Venice’s historical centre, many with canal views. Apartments serve as a great alternative to hotel accommodation, offering greater privacy and independence, as well as more space, usually at a much more competitive rate.


Among the portfolio is this first floor apartment with panoramic views of the Grand Canal, the Venice Casino and other historic Ventian buildings. From here you’ll enjoy a prime view as gondolas, waterbuses and other boats go about their daily business.

Venice apartment on the Grand Canal

This holiday rental property, situated close to the ‘Guglie’ waterbus stop, consists of two double bedrooms, two bathrooms with shower, a large living room with a Queen sofa bed and dining table, and a well-equipped kitchen – not forgetting, of course, the great view of the Grand Canal. In total, it can accommodate up to 8 people.

Daily fish and vegetable markets are only a short stroll away, as our shops, bars and restaurants should you wish to venture out.

Alternatively, how about this penthouse just a few minutes’ walk from Saint Mark’s Square? This spacious property occupies the top floor of a Gothic building with superb views from a sun-drenched roof terrace out towards the island of Saint George and the entire basin of Saint Mark.

Venice penthouse

Sleeping 4-6 people, it has two double bedrooms, each with their own bathroom, a very spacious living room with a sofa bed for 2. Exposed beams, air conditioning, internet and a fully-equipped kitchen complete the offering.

With, the best price is guaranteed, you pay only for the accommodation (so no booking fees) and – with most apartments – there is a free cancellation policy. For independent reviews, you can look them up on Trustpilot.

Comments (2)

  1. Justyna says:

    Venice has two faces i think. One, lovely and romantic and second, unfortunately, unclean and a little dirty I’d say. But it’s definitely one of those places one has to visit one day! I liked it a lot.

  2. Beata says:

    Hi! Cheers for the thought provoking blog. The pix make me wish I was travelling rather than being sat at my desk right now. Thanks for sharing. Beata

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