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Hotel Pesaro Palace




From the excellent central location of the Hotel Pesaro Palace Venice on the Grand Canal in Cannaregio guests can easily reach prime tourist attractions such as the Rialto Bridge and Piazza San Marco, either on foot or by using the regular water bus or ‘Vaporetto’.

In the other direction, both the Santa Lucia Train Station and the Piazzale Roma bus terminals are also very easy to reach either on foot or by public transport.


From the Airport

You can choose between private taxi and public bus and waterbus. We can organize a private taxi to pick You up from the airport to the hotel in just a 30 minutes ride. Otherwise with Alilaguna (for times please check to Fondamenta Nove, You have to walk for 10 minutes to get to the Hotel though. This solution takes approx. 40 minutes. Last but easiest possibility is to get bus n. 05 to Piazzale Roma and then waterbus n. 01 to Ca’ D’oro which is just in front of us. This takes approx. 1 hour (30/40 mins by bus and 20 mins by waterbus).

By Car

Once you have crossed Ponte della Libertà you will arrive at Piazzale Roma (bus/car terminal). Here you can park in one of the two main big parking the San Marco Garage or the Comunale. Then cross the square (Piazzale Roma) to the waterbus-vaporetto stops. Take no. 1 waterbus direction Rialto-San Marco-Lido and get off at Ca'd'Oro station. The hotel is just before your eyes!

By Train

The train will arrive at Santa Lucia train station. Go down the stairs to the right to the number 1 water-bus station. Take no. 1 waterbus direction Rialto-San Marco-Lido and get off at Ca'd'Oro station. The hotel is just before your eyes!

From Santa Lucia Station

Most visitors to Venice arrive at either Santa Lucia Station (by direct link from Marco Polo Airport) or Piazzale Roma - the island’s bus terminal and main car park. From either starting point, the main water bus line takes you to the Cá d’Oro stop within minutes, though guests arriving at Santa Lucia may simply choose to walk to the hotel.

On Foot

The journey on foot is a 1 km straight line along Lista di Spagna, which turns into Rio Terá San Leonardo, then Rio Terá de la Madalena and finally Strada Nova. It’s advisable to get hold of a map of Venice before your arrival, as the intricate system of lanes, canals and small squares that make up this enigmatic city can be very difficult to navigate at first!

Water Taxi

Should you choose to take a water taxi, the Hotel Pesaro Palace Venice has its own dock on the Grand Canal, though a taxi all the way from Venice Marco Polo Airport with luggage may prove to be disappointingly expensive!

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