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What you should know about San Marco

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At, we have searched high and low throughout San Marco to find you an amazing array of places to stay. In this hand picked selection of hotels in San Marco, Venice, you will be able to find something cheap and close to the main attractions, or a truly luxurious suite of rooms for an unforgettable honeymoon. Getting the accommodation right is crucial if you want to be able to enjoy your trip to San Marco. So, we take care to give you all of the information that you need to book with complete confidence. As well as providing you with photos of all of our hotels in San Marco, Venice, we also operate a reviewing scheme which enables you to see reviews and ratings of each hotel written by other site users who have stayed there in the past. Famous for its central square and majestic architecture, San Marco is one of the most popular places to visit in Venice, and so an ideal destination for a holiday.

What's San Marco like?

When people think of San Marco, they most often think of the Piazza San Marco, the central square in this neighborhood of Venice. This beautiful piazza is a great place for a leisurely coffee (an espresso here is also called a 'caffe normale'), as you watch the equally famous pigeons flutter around. Nearby is the splendid St Mark's Basilica, as well as the iconic Doge's Palace, built in the Gothic style. Lovers of theater should make sure to head down to La Fenice Theater, whilst foodies will be delighted by the array of restaurants, cafes and bars to explore in this, one of the most elegant of Venice's neighborhoods.

How to get along with locals in San Marco

One of the most popular activities to do in the piazza is to feed the pigeons. Though occasionally there are movements to ban pigeon feeding here, it is still a perfectly acceptable and fun thing to do. Dotted around the square you will find various grain and seed vendors who can provide you with the right food for these iconic birds. Mastering a few phrases of Italian will also help you to interact with politeness when you engage with the locals, wherever you are in Venice. When it comes to getting around, why not take the ferry? These regular water buses are surely some of the most scenic public transport options in Europe. Make the most of the team's expert knowledge and book one of our hotels in San Marco, Venice today.

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