Charming and comfortable two bedroom apartment in one of Venice's most bustling historic regions.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Conveniently located on the first storey of the Ca' Longo Palacae, Damasco is a stylish, well-lit and contemporary apartment which combines the charms of authentic Venice with a comfortable and sophisticated living space. This is an ideal spot for pairs of couples, families, or any other group of up to six guests. Situated in an ideal neighbourhood for exploring this storied and ultra-romantic Italian city, Damasco is the ultimate jumping-off point for newcomers to Venice and seasoned visitors alike.
In many ways the traditional Venice apartment, Damasco is accessed via a tiled atrium just off the central courtyard. The flat itself has retained all of the architectural distinction of the area, with high ceilings, original fixtures, and the quintessentially Venetian features which bring such elegance and sophistication to a space. The flat is set up with two spacious bedrooms, each equipped with a double bed, and two bathrooms with showers, while an additional two guests can be accommodated on the sofa bed in the large and elegant living room.
The property also benefits from a stylish and well-equipped kitchen with everything that you'll need for anything from your morning espresso to a hearty and traditional evening meal, although given the location most guests choose to explore the multitude of bars and eateries in the immediate vicinity. With light and airy rooms, a divine private courtyard, and enviable views out over one of the most unique and picturesque settlements in Europe, this really is an apartment which is guaranteed to stay with you long after your trip is over.
With its location along the Fondamenta della Misericordia, the Ca'Longo Palace, which houses the apartment, is within easy walking distance from museums, monuments and the historic attractions of Venice, as well as countless hidden gems and less well known spots. The Cannaregio is an enthusiastic and historic neighbourhood, well known for its lively bars, storied past, and magnificent architecture.
As the second largest of Venice's six districts, Cannaregio has long been celebrated as the busiest and most alive with buzz and atmosphere. As well as excellent food and drink, the region is home to the city's historic Jewish quarter, and visitors can see the original ghetto, as well as numerous centuries old synagogues and excellent Jewish museums. In the evening, there really is nothing quite like strolling down the main streets or catching a vaporetto and watching the bars and cafes fill up with Venetians stopping for aperitifs and traditional meals from trattorias.
Prices are determined by season, demand, and length of stay. Prices are inclusive of linen, towels, welcome kit, final cleaning. Tourist's tax is excluded
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