The city arising from the sea, miraculous and beautiful as Venus
It was the French poet and writer Guy De Maupassant who wrote “Is there a more admired city, more celebrated, more sung by poets, more desired by lovers, more visited or more illustrious?” when referring to Venice, the Queen of the Adriatic Sea. As it is often called “La Serenissima”, “La Superba” or “The city of waters”, the city has as many names as the masks crowding Piazza San Marco and it has been fascinating visitors from any age and country. Since forever.
The rooms and Suites of Maison Venezia by UNA Esperienze lean on the canals and the “calle”, the typical Venetian streets, of Cannaregio, which is the most populated and the second largest district of Venice. The Cannaregio canal is crossed by two bridges: Ponte delle Guglie, named after the four spires build on the four corners of the bridge and Ponte dei Tre Archi, the last bridge with three arches still standing in Venice.
Guests are invited to have a walk through the whole district through the principal path starting from Ponte degli Scalzi and the nearby church of Santa Maria degli Scalzi through Rialto Bridge until Campo dei Santi Apostoli. In this way it is possible to breathe and fall in love with the immortal beauty of Venice.