Novecento Boutique Hotel in Venice

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Updated: May 4, 2022

• Location: San Marco.
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• Hotel phone: +39 041 241 3765
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Review of Novecento Boutique Hotel in Venice, Italy.

Located in San Marco, Novecento Boutique Hotel features a homey vibe and individually decorated rooms that are cozy and historic.

Novecento Boutique Hotel – Tranquil, homey retreat in the heart of San Marco.

The Romanelli family welcomes you like a long-lost friend at this intimate, nine-room boutique hotel, just a short walk from the Piazza San Marco. Some of the standard doubles are on the snug side but they are extremely comfortable, and the décor draws on Spanish designer Mariano Fortuny for inspiration. Expect warm, earthy tones and plenty of North African and Middle Eastern touches: Moroccan lamps and rugs, colorful throw pillows, dark-wood furniture, and Arabian music often playing in the background. The outdoor terrace and guest lounge are great places to unwind after a day of sightseeing. Breakfast on the outdoor terrace is a social affair, and the owners are more than happy to recommend the best local restaurants nearby.

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Novecento Boutique Hotel – Location

  • Address: San Marco 2683/84.
  • Nearest Vaporetto Stop: The Giglio vaporetto stop is a 4-minute walk (0.2 mile) away. It’s served by vaporetto #1, which connects this part of San Marco to Dorsoduro, Cannaregio, San Polo, Santa Croce, and Castello, as well as Lido di Venezia and Venice’s railway station.
  • Area: Situated down a quiet, narrow street in the heart of San Marco, the oldest part of Venice, near the Campo San Maurizio and around the corner from the busy pedestrian thoroughfare that connects the Piazza San Marco with the Accademia Bridge. It’s a 4-minute walk (0.2 mile) from the Teatro La Fenice (Venice’s opera house) and a 9-minute walk (0.5 mile) from the Piazza San Marco, surrounded by Venice’s iconic landmarks: the Doge’s Palace, the Basilica di San Marco, and Museo Correr. There are numerous specialty shops and several restaurants dotted around San Marco’s squares and streets within a 5-minute walk of the hotel.
  • How to Get There: From Venice’s main Marco Polo Airport, take the orange Line A of the Alilaguna Airport Shuttle directly to the Giglio vaporetto stop (€15, around 1 hour). From here, it’s a 4-minute walk (0.2 mile) to the hotel. If coming from the Santa Lucia train station (Ferrovia stop), take vaporetto #1 directly to the Giglio vaporetto stop (around 35 minutes). If coming from Treviso airport, take a direct bus to Piazzale Roma (23 miles), and then vaporetto #1 to Giglio (35 minutes). If traveling light, take the express vaporetto #2 from either Ferrovia or Piazzale Roma and cross the Accademia Bridge, from where it’s a 5-minute walk (0.2 mile) to the hotel.
  • Handy to: Teatro La Fenice, Basilica di San Marco, Doge’s Palace.

Novecento Boutique Hotel – The Basics

  • Ages: The majority of guests tend to be couples on a romantic vacation/city break, though families with children are welcome.
  • View: Rooms either look out over the quiet, narrow street or over the greenery-clad courtyard.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: No private pools or jacuzzis.
  • Laundry: Laundry service available (additional charge).
  • Extras: Cozy library/reading lounge for guests; complimentary snacks, tea, and coffee; garden terrace; personalized service from the hospitable family; dedicated 24-hour concierge.
  • When to Book: Book 6 months to a year in advance for the high season (Carnival in February, April-June, and September-October) and 3 months in advance for the March and July-August shoulder seasons.
  • How to Book: will have the best rates.
  • Phone: +39 041 241 3765
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Novecento Boutique Hotel – Amenities

  • Pool: No pool.
  • Spa: No spa.
  • Fitness Center: No gym.
  • For Disabled Guests: Not suitable for disabled guests, but guests with limited mobility can be accommodated at Novecento’s sister hotel Flora nearby.
  • For Families: Baby cots available for free, while extra beds cost €30. Superior rooms have space for an extra bed.

Novecento Boutique Hotel – Food and Drink

  • Restaurant: No on-site restaurant, but homemade pastries and tea and coffee are available in the living room for guests throughout the day. Numerous restaurants are located nearby.
  • Bar: There’s an honesty bar stocked with wines and spirits.
  • Breakfast: A generous buffet breakfast, complete with homemade cakes and bread, is included in the price. Served in the dining room or on the outdoor terrace between 8-10 am.
  • Room Service: No room service.

Novecento Boutique Hotel – Rooms

  • Room Types: Standard Double • Superior Double • List of all Rooms
  • Smoking Rooms: Novecento Boutique Hotel is 100% smoke-free.
  • Best Room: All rooms are uniquely decorated, so it depends on individual preference. Some guests opt for the romantic Superior Double with the 4-poster bed, while others prefer the roomy Superior Double with garden terrace views.
  • For Families: No family rooms per se, but all rooms can accommodate cots and the Superior rooms can fit an extra bed each.

Novecento Boutique Hotel – Local Transport

  • Walking: Novecento is located within easy walking distance of San Marco’s iconic sights; the Piazza San Marco and surrounding attractions and the Accademia Bridge are under a 10-minute stroll away, while the Rialto Bridge is 12 minutes’ walk (0.6 mile). Sights in Dorsoduro (Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Gallerie dell’ Accademia, and Punta della Dogana) can easily be accessed via the Accademia Bridge and are within a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Sights in San Polo and Santa Croce can be accessed either via the Rialto Bridge or via a 1-stop hop on the vaporetto across the Grand Canal and then on foot. Attractions in Cannaregio are within walking distance if you don’t mind walking 30 minutes one way; same for Castello.
  • Vaporetto: Venice’s biggest attractions in San Marco are a 5-minute, 1-stop vaporetto #1 ride away from the Giglio stop (0.2 mile) near the hotel. Castello is a 15-minute vaporetto ride away, while Lido di Venezia is around 25 minutes by vaporetto. Since vaporetto #1 stops at every single stop along the Grand Canal, it’s worth crossing the Accademia Bridge to catch vaporetto #2 from the Accademia stop (0.3 mile) instead; it’s an express service and a quicker way of reaching other parts of San Marco, Castello, Dorsoduro, parts of Santa Croce, San Polo, and Cannaregio (the S. Marcuola stop, handy for the Jewish Ghetto, is a 20-minute ride away). For Guidecca, take vaporetto #1 from Giglio for 2 stops to S. Zaccaria and then switch to vaporetto #4.1 or #4.2. For Murano, take vaporetto #2 from the Accademia stop for 6 stops to Ferrovia and switch to vaporetto #4.1 or #4.2. It’s worth buying a multi-day vaporetto Travel Card online if you’re planning on doing a lot of sightseeing; individual tickets can be purchased at most vaporetti stops. Validate your pass/ticket before embarking.
  • Water Taxi: Water taxis aren’t cheap but they are handy if you’re in a rush (since they are considerably faster than vaporetti) or have a lot of luggage. It costs around €90 from the airport to your hotel. Getting around Venice costs €15 base fare, plus €2 per minute, with a €10 surcharge between 10 pm and 6 am. Official water taxis have yellow strips with their respective license numbers and you can find them at the airport, Piazzale Roma, and at Tronchetto; your hotel can also call one.

Novecento Boutique Hotel – What’s Nearby?

Recommended Nearby Tours

  • Tours by Locals – Excellent, varied tours with multilingual local guides, ranging from private walking tours of the Piazza San Marco and surrounding attractions to Venice by night tours, early morning walking tours, private food tours, and more. Starting point depends on the tour.
  • See Venice – Venetian native Luisella Romeo leads engaging, small-group tours of the city off the beaten path in San Polo, Santa Croce, Dorsoduro, and Castello, along the hidden waterways in less-trodden corners of neighborhoods. She also offers art, music-themed, and private tours of the Doge’s Palace, Piazza San Marco, and the Basilica. Departure points vary.
  • Venice Original Photo Walk – Getty photographer Marco Secchi leads early morning and late afternoon small-group tours of the city, teaching you how to get the best snaps of its streets and iconic landmarks. Departure points vary.
  • Walks Inside Venice – Small-group and private walking/boat tours of the city, include iconic landmarks such as St Mark’s Square, Rialto Market, and Murano glass-blowing workshops. Departure points vary.
  • Monica Cesarato Food Tours – Passionate local blogger Monice takes you on specialized food tours of the city, from cicheti (Venetian tapas bars) to wine tasting, cake, and chocolate tours. Departure points vary.
  • Gondola Rides – Gondolas are synonymous with Venice and it’s hard to think of a more quintessential Venetian experience, whether you’re being taken on a scenic spin along the Grand Canal or exploring the narrow waterways that bisect Venice’s sestieri (districts). Gondola rides cost €80 for 40 minutes (€100 for 40 minutes after 7 pm), not including tips or singing. There are numerous gondola posts throughout the city, including one in front of the Piazza San Marco on the Grand Canal. Agree on price and time limit. Cheaper shared gondola rides are available and you can hop across the Grand Canal in a gondola for as little as €2 per person. (0.2 mile).

Best Nearby Restaurants

  • Club del Doge – Elegant restaurant with a wonderful terrace overlooking the Grand Canal. Specializes in locavore Venetian cuisine. Romantic ambience; book ahead. (0.2 mile).
  • Antico Martini – Just outside the Teatro La Fenice, this venerable restaurant is all white linen and refined takes on Venetian seafood and pasta dishes. (0.2 mile).
  • Trattoria Vini da Arturo – Atmospheric ‘meatery’ with a vast range of steaks and meat dishes, run by the same owner for over 40 years. Pricey but good for special occasions. (0.3 mile).
  • Ai Mercanti – This bistro has a romantic ambience and a short and sweet menu of imaginative fusion dishes such as duck breast with buckwheat and cumquat and teriyaki eel with black cabbage. Great veggie options, too. (0.4 mile).
  • Osteria da Carla – Pared-down setting – exposed stone walls and white linen – and wonderfully innovative takes on Venetian dishes, informed by the owner’s global travels. Emphasis on locavore cuisine and seasonal menu. Romantic. (0.4 mile).
  • Bar Alla Tolleta – This cheap and cheerful sandwich bar specializes in tramezzini (triangular stacked sandwiches) as well as grilled-to-order panini. Ideal for quick bites while exploring Dorsoduro; limited seating. (0.4 mile).
  • Al Vecio Marangon – On Calle della Tolleta, this is one of Dorsoduro’s best picks for homecooked local fare. Homey interior, short menu, and classic dishes such as polpette (meatballs) and baccala montecto (whipped cod with olive oil). (0.4 mile).
  • Bistrot de Venise – Romance your sweetie in this high-end bistro where Renaissance-era recipes have been revived amidst the rich fabrics and subtle lighting. Specialties include braised duck and goose with pine-nut pasta. Book ahead. (0.5 mile).
  • Quadri – Michelin-starred dining inside a palazzo right on the Piazza do San Marco. Tasting menus of seafood-heavy Venetian dishes in an elegant ambience. On the ground floor, there’s the more wallet-friendly Quadrino with a la carte dishes and great views of the square. Advance bookings a must. (0.5 mile).
  • Enoteca Ai Aristi – Run by owners who really know their wines, this bistro supports small local producers and specializes in dishes made from ingredients from the Veneto Lagoon. Grab a sidewalk table if you want to people-watch. (0.5 mile).
  • Ristoteca Oniga – Right on Dorsoduro’s Campo San Barnaba, this cozy, informal restaurant with heavy wooden beams is all about seafood from the Venetian Lagoon as well as clever pasta dishes. Great wine list. Sit inside or grab a seat right on the square. (0.5 mile).
  • Trattoria da Fiore – Venetian dishes driven by seasonal ingredients from small producers in and around the Veneto Lagoon, served in a rustic-chic setting. (0.6 mile).

Best Nearby Bars and Cicheti

  • Bar Longhi – You don’t have to be a guest at the sumptuous Gritti Palace to come and drink Bar Longhi’s signature orange martinis, surrounded by marble and mirrors. In warmer weather, take your drink out onto the Grand Canal terrace. (0.2 mile).
  • Teamo Wine Bar – Café by day and wine bar by night, this intimate place serves excellent local wines by the glass accompanied with cheese and cured meat platters. (0.3 mile).
  • Vino Vino – Intimate wine bar tucked away down a tiny street behind the Fenice Opera House. Numerous Italian wines by the glass and a succinct menu of light bites and internationally inspired dishes. (0.3 mile).
  • Black Jack – Pick a spot around the grand, horseshoe-shaped bar, and order from the menu of local wines and a range of cicheti. (0.4 mile).
  • Ombra del Leone – This aperitivo bar and restaurant sits on the banks of the Grand Canal, inside the gothic Ca’ Giustinian palace, which is also used as HQ by those who organize the Venice Film Festival. You’re here more for the view than the drinks. (0.4 mile).
  • Harry’s Bar – Step into this legendary bar by the Grand Canal and it’s like stepping back into the 1930s – from the polished mahogany bar to the genteel clientele. Classic cocktails are what they do best: go for a Negroni or Bellini. (0.4 mile).
  • Cantine del Vino Già Schiavi (Al Bottegon) – One of many old-school bacari (wine bars) in Dorsoduro, this canalside place dates back decades. Inside, you’ll find décor out of the 1950s, plenty of regulars, and some terrific local tipples. (0.4 mile).
  • Enoteca al Volto – Historic, wood-paneled bar and eatery where you can sample hundreds of wines from the Veneto region as well as some classic cicheti. (0.4 mile).

Best Nearby Cafes, Gelaterias, and Pasticcerias

  • Caffe Brasilia – Tucked away down the narrow Rio Terrà dei Assassini, en route to the Rialto Bridge and near Campo Sant’Anzolo, this café serves 3 Venetian coffee blends, fresh pastries, and light bites. (0.3 mile).
  • Caffe Lavena – Yes, this café’s location on the Piazza San Marco ensures crowds of customers and high prices, but sipping an espresso or a caffe correcto (coffee infused with liquor) at Lavena’s mirrored bar or on the terrace is a classic Venetian experience. (0.5 mile).
  • Do Leoni – Tucked away behind the Basilica di San Marco, this compact, casual café/bar is a good spot for an espresso. (0.7 mile).

Nearby Shopping and Cool Shops

  • Mercatino dell’Antiquariato – Held several times a year in Campo San Maurizio, this flea market is a good place to browse for Murano glassware, vintage postcards, and more. (50m).
  • Fiorella Gallery – Boutique locally renowned for high-end rebel couture for decades. If money is no object, go for one of the striking jackets. (0.1 mile).
  • Bevilacqua Fabrics – This store specializes in the rich fabrics for which Venice is famous and are still produced on 18th-century looms by master craftsmen, such as silk-velvet brocades. (0.1 mile).
  • Arcobaleno Pigmenti – Right near the Santo Stefano church, on Calle de le Botteghe, this store sells art supplies to enable budding artists capture Venice cityscapes in all their hues. (0.2 mile).
  • L’Armadio di Coco Luxury Vintage – Coco in question is Coco Chanel, of course, and in this vintage shop, you can browse for vintage cashmere coats, classic dresses, and limited edition accessories. (0.2 mile).
  • L’Isola – If you’re looking for some unique Venetian souvenirs, look no further than these decorative and functional pieces by Murano modernist glass master Carlo Moretti. (0.2 mile).
  • Galleria La Salizada – Venice is a remarkably photogenic city and this photography gallery specializes both in rare vintage prints and very affordable works by contemporary photographers. (0.2 mile).
  • Bortoletti Fonderia – Gorgeous stationary shop where you can pick up anything from a goose quill writing set to leather diaries and Murano glass rollerball pens. (0.2 mile).
  • Declare – Contemporary bags, totes, and clutch purses made from Tuscan leather in all types of hues and colors. (0.3 mile).
  • Fabio Gatto – Just off the Campo Sant’Anzolo, this store features streetwear for men and women by Venetian fashion designer Fabio Gatto. (0.3 mile).
  • Ottica Carraro – Limited edition ‘Venice’ line of designer sunglasses and custom sunglasses as well. (0.3 mile).
  • Venetian Dreams – Near the Campo Sant’Anzolo, this shop sells aquatic-themed jewelry and freshwater-pearl-encrusted handbags by renowned local designer Maria Convento. (0.3 mile).

Nearby Attractions

  • Teatro La Fenice – This incarnation of Venice’s Opera House dates back to 2003, when it was rebuilt after a fire, but it was originally built in 1792 and some of the world’s greatest operas were premiered here, including Verdi’s Rigoletto. Even if you don’t attend a performance, check out the sumptuous interior with an audio guide. (0.2 mile).
  • Ponte dell’Accademia – This elegant footbridge, designed by engineer Eugenio Miozzi, is one of Venice’s most beloved landmarks. It connects San Marco to Dorsoduro, spanning a particularly picturesque section of the Grand Canal. (0.2 mile).
  • Palazzo Grassi – Giant sculptures flank this 18th-century neoclassical palace that sits on the banks of the Grand Canal. This gallery showcases a rotating collection of provocative contemporary art; don’t miss the wonderful ceiling frescoes. (0.3 mile).
  • Gallerie dell’Accademia – This fine arts gallery displays pre-19th-century art, including masterpieces of Venetian painters. Don’t miss Jacobello Albergno’s Apocalypse in the grand gallery, the Titian and Tintoretto paintings in Room 10, or the original convent chapel (Room 23). If you’re lucky, you might get to see Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man drawing. (0.3 mile).
  • Museo Correr – Comprising Napoleon’s former palace, this museum flanks the western side of Piazza San Marco. Highlights cover sumptuous palace rooms, including Empress Sissi’s suite decked out in luxe fabrics, the ancient sculptures in the Archaeological Museum, and the 16th-century library covered in frescoes by Titian, Tintoretto, and Veronese. (0.4 mile).
  • Piazza San Marco – Venice’s iconic square, flanked by the city’s top attractions: the Basilica di San Marco, Doge’s Palace, Museo Correr, and the arcaded Procuratie Vecchie. It’s overlooked by the Campanile, the basilica’s 99m bell tower that you can climb for unparalleled views of the city. (0.5 mile).
  • Basilica di San Marco – In a city of many incredible churches, this cathedral is the grandest. Dating back to 1094 AD, it features some remarkable dome mosaics, marble-clad walls, an elaborate golden screen studded with precious stones behind the main altar, and a treasury full of priceless artifacts from the Crusades. The venerated tomb allegedly holds the mummified remains of St Mark, smuggled by Venetian merchants out of Egypt in 828 AD. Book your entry ticket online or be prepared to queue. (0.5 mile).
  • Peggy Guggenheim Collection – The palatial former home of heiress Peggy Guggenheim is home to an unparalleled private collection of contemporary Italian art. Abstract expressionism, surrealism, futurism, and other genres are well represented in a gorgeous setting. Don’t miss the sculpture garden or temporary exhibits. (0.5 mile).
  • Palazzo Ducale/Doge’s Palace – This elegant Gothic palace has been the seat of the Venetian government for over 7 centuries. A standard ticket gives you access to the grand state rooms, armory, and prisons, but it’s worth splurging on access to the splendid doge’s apartments, while other rooms, including the attic cell from which the famous lover Casanova managed to escape, can only be seen as part of a guided tour. Book tickets online to skip the lines. (0.6 mile).
  • Ponte di Rialto – The 16th-century Rialto Bridge is one of Venice’s most iconic landmarks. It spans the narrowest part of the Grand Canal and is covered by elaborate stone reliefs depicting St Mark, St Theodore, and the Annunciation. It’s a favorite with photographers at sunset. (0.6 mile).

Nearby Markets or Grocery Stores

  • Nonno Bepi – Small and rather pricey grocery store, just off the Campo Santo Stefano. (0.1 mile).
  • I Tre Mercanti – Gourmet food shop, just off the Ponte de la Guerra bridge, selling high-end Italian ingredients and wines. Try different flavors of Tiramisu here. (0.6 mile).
  • Rialto Market – Open from 7 am to 2 pm daily, this lively produce market has been on the same site for centuries. Check out the fishmongers selling soft-shell crabs and baby octopus from the Venetian lagoon and piles of regionally grown fruits and vegetables. (1 mile).

Novecento Boutique Hotel – The Hotel

The hotel is in a tiny lane near Piazza San Marco.

Novecento Boutique Hotel is found down a tiny lane leading to the Grand Canal, just a few minutes’ walk from the Piazza San Marco.

The guest lounge is cozy and earthy.

The cozy guest lounge is all earthy fabrics, dark-wood furniture, and strewn cushions, giving it a North African flavor.

Breakfast can be eaten in the dining room.

Guests can choose to take their breakfast in the snug dining area…

Breakfast can be enjoyed on the terrace.

…or take it out onto the sunny terrace.

Tea and coffee is available round the clock.

Tea and coffee is available to guests all day.

All rooms are individually decorated.

All Standard and Superior Doubles are individually decorated…

Some rooms can be twinned.

…and some can be twinned.

Standard Doubles are colorful.

Another example of a Standard Double.

Bathrooms are compact but modern.

The modern bathrooms tend to be on the compact side.

This popular Superior Double has a 4-poster bed.

The Superior Double with the 4-poster bed is one of the most popular rooms.

Campo Santa Maria del Giglio is across 2 small canals.

Head north out of the hotel to Campo San Maurizio and take a right to Campo Santa Maria del Giglio, crossing a couple of small canals.

L’Armadio di Coco sells vintage fashion.

On the Campo Santa Maria del Giglio, you’ll find serious vintage fashion at the L’Armadio di Coco.

Bevilacqua Fabrics specializes in rich Venetian textiles.

Next door is Bevilacqua Fabrics, specializing in heavy silk-velvet brocades and other rich Venetian textiles.

Teatro La Fenice has amazing interiors.

A couple of blocks north and then east is the Campo San Fentin, where you’ll find the Teatro La Fenice, Venice’s opera house. The sumptuous interior is worth a look even if you don’t attend a performance.

Antico Martini serves delicious Venetian classics.

On the same square is Antico Martini, a mid-range restaurant specializing in classic Venetian dishes…

Antico Martini is known for its battered clams.

…such as battered clams.

Bortoletti Fonderia is a beautiful stationary shop.

Head east along Calle Frezaria and you soon hit Bortoletti Fonderia, a gorgeous little stationary shop.

Piazza San Marco is Venice's most famous square.

Carry on east until you hit a canalside T-junction; turn right and head south to reach the Piazza San Marco, the most famous square in Venice.

Museo Correr, Napoleon’s former palace and now a museum, is on the square.

Right on the square is the Museo Correr, Napoleon’s former palace that doubles as a historical museum and features some beautiful frescoes.

Basilica San Marco is Venice's most spectacular church.

Across the square is the Basilica San Marco, the city’s most spectacular church, renowned for its dome mosaics and tomb of St Mark.

Doge’s Palace is a Gothic architectural masterpiece.

Next door to the basilica is the Doge’s Palace, a Gothic architectural masterpiece where you can check out the state rooms and dungeons.

The view of Santa Maria della Salute church across the Grand Canal is amazing.

In front of Doge’s Palace is the gondola stand and one of the most famous views in Venice: across the Grand Canal and facing the Santa Maria della Salute church in Dorsoduro. Nearby, you can take a vaporetto to Dorsoduro or else backtrack the way you came.

Campo Santo Stefano has several touristy restaurants.

If you turn left from the Campo San Maurizio near the hotel, you soon arrive at the large Campo Santo Stefano, surrounded by mostly touristy restaurants.

L’Isola sells unique Murano glass creations.

Just off the north end of the square, there’s a street lined with independent shops. L’Isola is the place to pick up some unique Murano glass creations.

Arcobaleno Pigmenti sells art supplies.

Nearby, Arcobaleno Pigmenti supplies local and visiting artists looking to capture Venice cityscapes on canvas.

Ottica Carraro sells locally designed sunglasses.

A couple of blocks north, off the north end of the Campo San Anzolo, Ottica Carraro carries locally designed sunglasses.

Caffe Brasilia is known for its Venetian coffee blends.

Nearby, Caffe Brasilia specializes in Venetian coffee blends.

Trattoria Vini di Arturo specializes in Venetian seafood dishes.

Next door, the steaks at the Trattoria Vini di Arturo offer a change from seafood-heavy Venetian cuisine.

Enoteca al Volto is popular for its cicheti and Veneto wines.

Down a side street, off Campo Manin, the historic Enoteca al Volto is a good place to try an extensive range of wines from the Veneto along with some classic cicheti (Venetian tapas).

Black Jack has an excellent collection of Veneto wines.

Just northwest of Campo Manin and off the Campo San Luca, Black Jack is another atmospheric bar renowned for its selection of Veneto wines.

Ponte dell’Accademia connects Dorsoduro to San Marco.

If you head south from Campo Santo Stefano near the hotel, you soon reach the pedestrian Accademia Bridge that connects the San Marco district to Dorsoduro.

The view from the bridge is beautiful.

View of the Grand Canal from the bridge.

Gallerie dell’Accademia houses a superb collection of pre-19th-century art.

Right across the bridge is the Gallerie dell’Accademia, a repository of pre-19th-century art.

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection houses a superb private collection of contemporary art.

A short walk east is the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, a terrific private collection of contemporary art.

Rio di San Trovaso canal is west of the gallery.

Head west from the Galleria dell’Accademia and you hit the Rio di san Trovaso canal.

Cantine Già Schiavi is a popular wine bar.

If you turn left and walk along the canal, you soon reach the Cantine Gia Schiavi, a popular bar where you can rub shoulders with regulars while sampling Veneto wines and classic cicheti (Venetian tapas).

Bar alla Toletta serves great tramezzini.

Cross the bridge and head towards the Grand Canal, then turn left along the Calle del Toletta to reach the Bar alla Toletta, perfect for quick bites while exploring Dorsoduro.

Enoteca Ai Aristi serves seasonal Veneto dishes.

A little further west, the Enoteca Ai Aristi supports small local producers and crafts dishes using seasonal ingredients from the Veneto region.

Campo San Barnaba is Dorsoduro's main square.

One short block north, you reach the Campo San Barnaba, Dorsoduro’s main square.

Ristoteca Oniga specializes in Venetian seafood dishes.

Right on the square, Ristoteca Oniga is a cozy, informal restaurant where Venetian seafood dishes are a specialty. Check rates and availability: Novecento Boutique Hotel

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