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- St. Mark's Square
- Rialto Bridge
- Venice City Center
- St. Mark's Basilica
- Bridge of Sighs
- Venetian Ghetto
- Piazzale Roma
- Doge's Palace
- St Mark's Campanile
- Academy Bridge
- Campo San Polo
- La Fenice Opera House
- Ca' Foscari University of Venice
- Ca' Noghera Casino of Venice
- Ospedale dell'Angelo
- Casino of Venice
- Giardini della Biennale
- Papadopoli Gardens
- Ca' d'Oro
- Santa Maria del Giglio
What you should know about Santa Croce
Finding an amazing place to stay in the Santa Croce region of Venice is really easy when you choose Hotels.com. We have searched high and low throughout Santa Croce to bring you a fantastic hand picked list of accommodation options. Whether you are traveling along or with all the family, on a tight budget or keen to splurge, you will find lots of accommodation options to inspire you on our website. So that you can book with confidence, we provide you with photographs of all of our hotels in Santa Croce, Venice. We supplement these with reviews written by other Hotels.com users, which give you a great insight into what staying at each hotel is like.Close to the Grand Canal itself, and filled with picturesque plazas and traditional cafes, Santa Croce is a brilliant place to stay if you want to get a flavor of local Venetian life.
What's Santa Croce Like?
Go and see the Grand Canal to the north or explore the network of smaller canals cutting through Santa Croce. The park known as Giardino Papadopoli, which is actually on the site of the now demolished monastery after which the district is named, is a wonderful place for a stroll. Santa Croce is a great location for brushing shoulders with locals, as this neighborhood has a local feel to it, rather than being very touristy. Make sure to explore the various small squares ('piazzas') dotted throughout Santa Croce, and to enjoy a cafe outside in the sun. Try delicacies like moleche crabs, sweet gelato (or ice cream) and the sugary desserts known as baicoli as you stroll through the streets of Santa Croce.
How to Get Along with Locals in Santa Croce
Do as the locals do and travel by ferry. This is surely one of the most picturesque types of public transport that you will ever try. Ferries are like the public buses of the water in Venice. They run regularly but can get quite crowded as they are very popular. Make sure to stand well down inside the ferry when you get on. If you hear the conductor shouting 'avanti!', that means 'move back everyone!'. Santa Croce is also close to the Piazzale Roma, which is Venice's main bus terminal and which has buses that will take you all over Italy. At Hotels.com, we are experts in all areas of travel to Santa Croce, and this is what enabled us to bring you such an amazing selection of hotels in Santa Croce, Venice for you to choose from for your forthcoming holiday here.
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