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Cannaregio Apartments and Holiday Villa Rentals

The Cannaregio district is the city's most northern section. Here you'll find alleyways filled with shops and artists' studios.   Continue >

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    Save $250 Photo of Comfortable Apartment in Venice with Private Garden
    • $2,500/wk
    • $2,250/wk
    • Min Stay: 3 days
    Sleeps 4 people
    • 2 double bedrooms
    • 2 bathrooms
    • Washing Machine
    • Maid Service
    • Air Conditioning
    ** Save up to $250 when you book by Sep-30-2021**
    " Further away from Rialto Bridge and St. Marks Square than we would have liked, but overall positive experience...." - Bob
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      Cannaregio is historically known as the ghetto, or foundry, as the word is translated from Italian. Originally it was the Jewish section of town, and eventually it became a Jewish ghetto. Today it still maintains its tradition of Jewish roots with a bakery, kosher butcher, library, and a small museum. While staying in one of our Venice rentals, in Cannaregio, other interesting sights include Madonna dell' Orto Church, Gesuiti Church, and Ca d' Oro. Madonna dell' Orto is known for its Tintoretto paintings as well as a statue of The Virgin Mary, which is said to have miraculous powers. Gesuiti, as it is referred to in Venice, is the first monastery of the Jesuits established in this region. Its facade is covered in green and white limestone. Ca' d' Oro, or Pallazzo Labia, faces the Grand Canale and is known for its spectacular façade which is adorned with gold leaf, vermillion, and ultramarine. Within you can find paintings and carvings by greats such as Titian, Bellini, and Lombardo..