I sat outside alongside the canal and had a bottle of Franciacorta and a bowl of pasta. at over €50 a head for a bowl of pasta and half a bottle, i thought it was a bit pricey. But everything is in Venice. What bothered...More
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If it hadn't been for Cannaregio, I would have written off the whole Venice experience: it's Las Vegas with canals -- mobs of blathering, chattering, shopping obsessed people oblivious to any sense of history. Anyway, a morning walk through Cannaregio to see the Jewish Ghetto...More
After staying near St Marks before our cruise we chose to stay near the Canneregio neighborhood after. We really enjoyed the Jewish Quarter and quieter streets and canals where people go about their daily lives. Hanging laundry out the window, dogs chasing each other and...More
We rented in this neighbourhood and were so glad. Lots of great restaurants, easy to use the water taxis, and quiet!
Lots of restaurants, lots of shopping, lots of options to stay. Great area, lively and safe. Dont miss this part of venice.
I read that 60 percent of Venetians live in The Cannaregio district and it shows in the attitude of the people there. Venice is becoming a tourist hell hole with American fast food restaurants and trends but the Cannaregio maintains some of the old Venice...More
Guided tour of old synagogues highly recommended as you cannot enter these places on your own. Tour was only 12 euros.
An ideal place to stay if you're visiting Venice for a few days as we did. This area is cheaper, much quieter and less 'tourist-y' than other parts of Venice while still being well within walking distance to all the main attractions. It's also well...More
This is a 'real' part of Venice, a bustling area where residents outnumber foreigners as they go about their daily business. On the main street there's a supermarket, pasticceria and various cafes and shops, but if you take the little side streets and wander in...More