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How to get here

If you arrive by car:

drop your car in one of the parking of Piazzale Roma and then take the ACTV waterbus Line N.1 and get off at Rialto waterbus stop.

If you arrive by train:

from the waterbus stop "Ferrovia" take the ACTV waterbus Line N.1 and get off at the waterbus stop "Rialto".

If you arrive by plane:

take Alilaguna Waterbus ORANGE LINE and get off at "Rialto" waterbus stop, or take the bus ACTV or ATVO to Piazzale Roma; from here, take the ACTV vaporetto line 1 and get off at Rialto.

From the "Rialto" waterbus stop:

as soon you arrive at the "Rialto" waterbus stop, exactly in front of you there is Calle Bembo: take Calle Bembo for 100 metres and after Calle dei Fabbri, for other 200 metres, until you reach Ponte de le Pignate.
Immediately 10 metres across Ponte de le Pignate, turn on left and at the number 1014 there is Palazzo Duodo Gregolin Apartment: ring where is written "Palazzo Duodo Gregolin". We are here.


  • Venezia Hotel
  • Venezia Hotel

The elegant palazzo housing the apartment Duodo Gregolin is located only 150 metres from Piazza San Marco, a location that allows its guests to easily reach the most famous sights of Venice.

Piazza San Marco. The living room of Venice, is an immense area paved in stone called pietra d’Istria, enchanting for its dimensions, but especially for the presence of the a splendid Basilica adorned with golden Byzantine mosaics and dominated by the four horses of Constantinople; the cupolas above them are among the most outstanding symbols of the splendor of the Republic of Venice, along with the spectacular five arches with bas reliefs.

Palazzo Ducale. In the 14th century, the "palazzo of power" underwent the final expansion that transformed it into a majestic residence with a gothic profile facing the piazza. The salon of the Gran Consiglio (High Council), with frescoes by masters such as the Tiepolo, Titian and Veronese, is a room with monumental dimensions mesmerizing any visitor. Across from the palazzo, the hundred meters of the and Bell Tower of San Marco need no introduction.

  • Venezia Hotel
  • Venezia Hotel

Rialto. Heading north from San Marco, take the street of the Haberdasheries, among fashion display windows and traditional Venetian shops, you will discover the spectacular geometry that defines the bridge, Ponte di Rialto: another icon of the city recognized around the world. Indulge your senses in the lively daily markets and the joyous atmosphere invading the nightspots in the evening at the hour of the aperitif!

From Rialto, the ferry direct to San Marco (lines 1 and 2) is the perfect way to see the second part of the Canal Grande; this route, perhaps the most interesting, winds among extraordinary palazzos on the water, sites of major museums (Cà Rezzonico, Palazzo Grassi, Palazzo Balbi, Guggenheim Foundation) and flows, after Punta della Dogana, into the Bacino San Marco, between the the island, isola di San Giorgio and Riva degli Schiavoni.

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Remaining in the section called sestiere di San Marco, in the vicinity of apartment Duodo Gregolin, dedicate some of your time to admiring the original Scala Contarini called del Bovolo: immersed in the calli around campo San Bortolo, it has an unusual spiral form, to which it owes its name, and from its top offers an enchanting view over the roofs of Venice.


During your stay in Venice, stop at any authentic inn or bacaro, step outside the usual itineraries, and lose yourself in the calli of a city that asks nothing more, so great is its magnificence. Venice is even more enchanting during a romantic evening at the Zattere, a stroll through the old quarter, sestiere di Castello and by day at the isola della Giudecca. Seeing is believing!