Welcome to Ca' Incanto

Welcome to Ca' Incanto - Holidays in Venice
For reservations write to
caincanto@gmail.com
 
Spacious and well-furnished, this charming 65 mq apartment is situated on the mezzanine floor of a traditional Venetian building and is ideal for 5 guests.
The apartment is located in the Cannaregio district, which is found on the opposite side of the Grand Canal from the San Marco square and is home to the Venice’s Jewish Quarter and the Ca' d'Oro, one the city´s most beautiful palazzos and an obligatory stop for any visitor to Venice.

The apartment features a spacious living area that contains a nice dining table where you can sit and chat with friends or have a nice little meal together that you have prepared in the modern, well-equipped kitchen. Here you will also find a comfortable sofa where you can unwind after a long day of sightseeing as you watch a bit of television or just simply appreciate the colours of the sunset.

There are two bedrooms in the apartments, a triple bedroom with a double bed and a single bed, and a double bedroom with a double bed, each of which contains a spacious wardrobe where you can store your luggage. In both bedrooms you will find the peace and quiet you need to relax during your stay.
The bathroom is equipped with everything that is necessary to meet your needs, including a box shower where you can freshen up after spending the day wandering the romantic streets of Venice.

This apartment is ideal for all types of stay, whether you are travelling with family or friends, on a business trip, or simply looking to escape the stress and traffic of modern cities and enjoy a bit of peace and tranquillity in the beautiful lagoon city of Venice.
Spacious and well-furnished, this charming 65m2 apartment is situated on the mezzanine floor of a traditional Venetian building and is ideal for 5 guests.
The apartment is located in the Cannaregio district, which is found on the opposite side of the Grand Canal from the San Marco square and is home to the Venice’s Jewish Quarter and the Ca' d'Oro, one the city´s most beautiful palazzos and an obligatory stop for any visitor to Venice.
 

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For reservations write to 
caincanto@gmail.com
 

 

This lovely and spacious apartment, bright and well organized , is located in the center of Venice, San Polo, just steps from the Grand Canal and a 15 -minute walk from Piazza San Marco, is 75 square meters, ideal for 5 guests, placed on the second floor of a building typical Venetian .

 L ' elegant and functional, it is ideal to accommodate five people, in fact, whether you are two couples, a group of friends or family to a comfortable stay.

The apartment welcomes you with a large living room with comfortable sofa and television last generation, from here you enter a spacious and well-equipped kitchen with an oven, dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, kettle, toaster, refrigerator, stove with four burners and many dishes .

Consisting of two rooms that provide privacy and comfort for all guests of ' apartment both with large wardrobe and ceiling fans for the days of ' hottest summer , the great room has a double bed together with a single bed, the second bedroom has two single beds.

A bathroom with modern lines with distinctive cabinet with marble top, a shower where you can relax, lit by a chandelier of Murano.

All this accompanied by paved Venetian in 1923 to make your stay an unforgettable experience.

The perfect location for discovering the beauty that has always made ​​Venice a unique city.

From the train station to the apartments

From the train station to the apartments - Holidays in Venice

From the nearby harbor railway “Bar Roma” indicated by the letter “A” start the circular lines 4.2 – 5.2 for the stop Guglie ”for Ca Incanto"

From the nearby harbor railway  indicated by the letter “C” start the line 2  for the stop “San Tomà” for Ca Cristallina

 

 

 

Things to remember when you're in Venice

What can you do if you have Venice at heart and would like to appreciate and experience the lagoon city to the fullest, without causing it any damage?
Enjoying a sustainable trip to Venice, and being accountable for it, isn't difficult. Just a few simple rules are sufficient for respecting the city and its inhabitants.
Here are some good tips and simple recommendations to become more intelligent, aware and careful travellers, and to discover Venice from a different perspective, less conventional, more offbeat.

Plan your trip: here's where to find information


Slow travel with low impact: use public transport


  • The historic centre of Venice is entirely pedestrianized, so the best ways to get around the city are on foot, or along the canals and channels aboard low impact boats: rowing, sailing, or on hybrid boats. To cross the Grand Canal you can hop on the gondola ferry; to make a tour of the city by gondola always check the price beforehand. For safety reasons, riding a bicycle in the historic centre of Venice is not allowed (see Art. 28 of the Urban Police Regulations), while on some islands of the lagoon - Lido, Pellestrina and Sant'Erasmo - and in the mainland you can choose from many cycle routes. Keep the air clean: when possible, use public transport. If you need a taxi, only use authorized ones.

Follow the example of those who live in Venice


  • Here are some practical suggestions for living in the city: they may seem trivial but perhaps not all of them immediately come to mind. In Venice there are no cars, but the alleys (calli) and open spaces are as busy as real "streets". When you stroll through the city centre, it is good to do as the Venetians do; that is, not to stand in groups on the bridges as that can obstruct the path of passers-by, and always walk on the right when in narrow alleys. For going up, down and over bridges in Venice, avoid pulling your suitcase - if it has got wheels - over the steps: these types of suitcases wear out the steps and cause serious damage to bridge structures.
    When you use public transport, it is advisable not to stand in front of the entrance in order to not obstruct the passageways, and put your knapsack on the ground.
    It is always worth repeating: we need everyone to help keep the city clean. Important: don't litter on the ground or throw refuse into the water and note that there are fines for those who lay or sit on the ground in St. Mark’s Square and the surrounding area and picnic or litter in these areas. Although it is on the water, Venice is a city, not a beach. Swimming is not allowed in the canals, nor is walking around bare-chested or wearing swimming costume.

Lose yourself; explore the islands of the lagoon and mainland Venice


  • Venice is an archipelago of islands, not just St. Mark’s Square or Rialto: far from the beaten track wonders hide in every corner, and you'll have the pleasure of seeing the city from a less conventional perspective, more intimate, authentic and original. For example, the lagoon islands can be discovered through walks through their the villages, archaeological itineraries to discover the origins and early history of the Serenissima, or on cycling excursions: Did you know that the Lido beaches have been awarded the Blue Flag again this year and that there are natural protected areas on Lido and Pellestrina for birdwatchers? Mainland Venice is also the preserve of beautiful discoveries: forests and parks with urban hiking trails, cycle paths and bridleways. Do not miss the ancient defensive system of the forts, a route of extraordinary archaeological, architectural and natural interest between the mainland and the lagoon. If you're looking for suggestions, take a look at all the detours beyond the usual tourist routes.

Shopping Made in Venice: discover craft workshops and ethical shopping


  • Visit the craft shops in Venice and discover the true Made in Venice: gondolas, glass, pearls, lace, sweets and textiles. Often you can watch craftsmen at work thanks to guided tours in workshops, studios and ateliers. For those who are aware of ethical and organic shopping, there are plenty of markets and shops where you can buy products from local organic farms or from the many social cooperatives of the region. At the dining table, we recommend you try the specialties prepared with local products (including, for example, the Violet Artichoke of Sant'Erasmo, certified by the Slow Food association) and seasonal fruits and vegetables with a short distribution chain, preferably organically grown or using methods with low environmental impact. Do not buy counterfeit goods from illegal vendors: not only are you risking your health and that of others, but you are also committing a crime. Apart from being damaging to both buyer and workmanship, uncontrolled/unchecked items incentivize exploitation of the weak: you risk paying  a €7,000.00 fine and your purchases will be confiscated. Only book visits with authorized guides and tour leaders - bearing an official license - at guaranteed prices.

Drink water from the drinking fountains in Venice and minimize your impact on the environment


Not many people know that the fountains of Venice offer fresh, good, safe and free water which is among the best in Italy. Even in a bar or restaurant, it is always better to choose tap water over bottled: it is cheaper, does not require transportation and does not create refuse for disposal, thus reducing the waste of plastic bottles and, at the same time, the very expensive collection of refuse, which in Venice must be done by hand, from door to door.
Even in your hotel room you can try to reduce the impact on the environment: do not waste water unnecessarily; close the tap when you wash your teeth, shave or have a shampoo. The watchword is to save energy! Turn the lights on only when necessary, and don't forget to switch them off when you leave your room; adjust the air conditioning or the heating to your needs, and don't exaggerate when using either. Remember to lower or turn off, when leaving the room. In your bathroom, replace your towel on the towel rack, and only leave it on the floor when you want it changed.

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