For a perfect romantic weekend to Venice a trip to explore the artistic and cultural delights the city has to offer, the 4-star Amadeus Hotel boasts an ideal location near the centre of the city.
The hotel is located in the Cannaregio area, which, after the Castello district, is Venice’s second largest and most populated, near many of the main landmarks and points of interest.
It’s ideal for anyone who loves to walk and offers the guest a relaxing and leisurely holiday in Venicein the very heart of the real spirit of the city.
The hotel is just 50 metres from the famous Jewish Quarter, the area that was once the Ghetto of Venice, during the era of the Venetian Republic. There are five synagogues and a Jewish museum there to be visited.
Just three hundred metres from the hotel in Venice is the Church of San Geremia, built in the XI century and often rebuilt. It houses invaluable sculptures and paintings, but it’s most important feature are the remains of St. Lucia, who was born in Siracusa, Sicily and is one of Christianity’s most venerated saints. This makes the church the destination of many pilgrims, and the best place to be on 13 December, when her feast day is celebrated.
The area just north of the district, a few minutes from the hotel, is one of the most popular zones for nightlife. Here along the long fondamentas are a wide variety of bustling bars, eateries and inns. Just six minutes from here on foot is the world famous Casino, located in the palazzo Ca’ Vendramin Calergi overlooking the Grand Canal.
The Amadeus, a 4-star hotel in Venice, also offers guests the ideal location for when the city hosts major events. The famed historical regatta along the Grand Canal takes place every year on the first Sunday of September, and the equally famous “befana regatta” takes place during Epiphany, not to mention the yearly celebration of the historical Carnival on the Lagoon and the other events that take place in
the Cannaregiodistrict of Venice.
The hotel is near the striking modern glass and Istrian stone “Ponte della Costituzione” or “Calatrava Bridge”, designed by the celebrated Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, near the Venice Santa Lucia train station, Piazzale Roma and the piers where the public transport boats that go to the outer islands of the lagoon dock.