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What you should know about La Giudecca

The island of La Giudecca is a vacation destination with plenty of things to do, yet still retains a relaxing atmosphere that contrasts with neighboring Venice. Originally a fishing village, this charming neighborhood has developed into an area that has somehow resisted being overrun with tourists. Cultural sights, restaurants, shops, and stunning views of Venice across the water await you. And, when you wish to see the many iconic sights of Venice, it’s only a short vaporetto ride away.

Hotels in La Giudecca


With accommodation ranging from hostels to 5-star hotels, you’ll find a great choice of hotels in La Giudecca suited to any budget. There are several cozy B&Bs in the neighborhood that give you a homey place to stay, which complements the relaxed atmosphere of the island. Residenza Grandi Vedute is an upscale La Giudecca B&B housed in a former grain mill. The stunning building features charming décor and offers guests a free shuttle service to the main island of Venice. There is also the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice, ideal for those seeking a 5-star hotel in La Giudecca. This award-winning hotel provides incredible facilities, including a rooftop terrace and pool.

Things to see in La Giudecca


Aside from the views of the city skyline, the Chiesa del Santissimo Redentore church is perhaps the most breathtaking building in La Giudecca. Designed by Andrea Palladio and built in the 16th century, it was commissioned after a plague wiped out nearly a third of Venice’s inhabitants. The inspiring architecture features a façade that evokes the Pantheon of Rome. Giudecca 795 Art Gallery is another top attraction in this neighborhood. This welcoming gallery features exhibitions that cover a variety of artistic mediums, including: painting, sculpture, and photography. It also has a great little shop where you can buy gifts and souvenirs, including Venetian specialties such as Murano glass. La Giudecca is also home to the Casa dei Tre Oci. Behind the incredible façade of this neo-gothic building you’ll find contemporary photography exhibitions, which can be a welcome change of pace after enjoying all of the renaissance art that Venice is known for.

Good for couples


Venice is an amazing city to visit as a couple, but with such popularity it can feel a bit chaotic at times. A luxury hotel in La Giudecca is therefore the perfect place for a romantic getaway in a relaxed environment. For a romantic walk there’s no better place than Fondamenta, a road that runs along the edge of the island and has stunning views of Venice across the water. It’s also a fantastic street for restaurants, such as the highly rated La Palanca. A romantic meal here, complete with views across the water, is a truly enchanting experience to share with your significant other.

How to get to La Giudecca


Many US cities have direct flights to Marco Polo International Airport, although it’s worth noting that these are normally seasonal. From the airport you can take a vaporetto directly to La Giudecca (using the Blu Line), which takes just under 2 hours. Alternatively, you can take an airport shuttle to Corsia, and then the Number 4.1 vaporetto, which will take about 50 minutes in total. Travel in La Giudecca is easy thanks to the island's small size. You can walk to all the main sights, and there are also 5 vaporetto stops along its coast.

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