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The romantic floating city of Venice is an all-time favorite among tourist destinations in Italy. The city is built on 124 islets and connected by 400 bridges, almost 200 boat canals, often navigated with gondolas, and narrow winding streets, which create the magical and unique atmosphere everybody raves about. Located in a privileged corner on the Grand Canal and only a 9-minute walk to St. Mark’s Square, the luxury villa Ducissa is a place like no other. Aristocrats, famous artists, illustrious intellectuals and politicians have all been former tenants or guests at this property, and they all enjoyed the unique beauty of this place.
First floor:
King bedroom with water views, en-suite bathroom with tub
King bedroom with water views, private bathroom with tub
Sitting/TV room which, if needed, can be converted into a twin bedroom with private bathroom with shower
Second floor:
King/Twin room with water views, private bathroom with shower
King bedroom with water views, en-suite bathroom with tub

All the bedrooms have A/C; all bathrooms are provided with hair dryers.

A team of architects recently worked together to give the sumptuous interiors of villa Ducissa a major makeover, reflecting a perfect balance between spacious comfort and private luxury. The south-facing rooms are blessed with plenty of sunlight during the day, so they are bright and airy. Stucco ceilings and original period floors have been combined with contemporary furniture and Venice-inspired wall art to create a welcome and inviting ambiance throughout. Every sophisticated detail has been conceived to create a world-class experience. The villa is equipped with the latest and most modern comforts: large smart TVs, central air conditioning, spacious social spaces designed for the entertaining enthusiast, a modern kitchen, and generous bedrooms with well-equipped bathrooms. Staying in Venice never looked so good!

The villa’s unexpected private garden is a rare privilege to experience! The outdoor furnished lounge area under the pergola, siding the Canal, allows you to enjoy the iconic views of the gondolas and motorboats in the distance while appreciating the unique location you are in. An awning shades a perfectly placed outdoor table to enjoy dining al-fresco. Another unique amenity of Villa Ducissa is the panoramic roof terrace from where is possible to indulge yourself and relax in the sunlight during the day, or under the stars at night.

Central air conditioning and heating; Sat smart TVs with Netflix streaming; Wi-Fi Internet; washing machine; dishwasher; security system, private garden and roof to terrace.

Perfect for the discerning clientele, this property excels in quality and style. The well-kept tucked-away private garden in the hearth of Venice is a rarity. The unique characteristics of this city-villa add a whole new meaning to waterfront living!

Nearest Airport: Venice Marco Polo Airport 40 min
Nearest point of interest: Piazza San Marco 10-min walk
Nearest major city: Padova 1h10
Driving time estimated by Google Maps

Venice – a city of myth and magic, a city of indolence and pleasure, a world half-real and half-dream. Wander through this unique city, which is not just a matter of water and canals. Venice’s enchantment is due to the way it receives the sun, mirrors the moonlight on its canals, shimmers in the lagoon while the warm scirocco wind blows through its streets, and to the way its monuments and buildings reflect light and shadow, and color. Venice seduces millions of visitors from all over the world with her picturesque carnival, colorful pageants, musical festivals, theaters, and gambling houses.

Get ready to explore this magnificent city – you need a good pair of walking shoes – to get lost in the intricate labyrinth of narrow streets and secretive alleys, crossing numerous small bridges.

Here are some recommended restaurants which offer alfresco dining:

Ristorante Terrazza Danieli – legendary establishment visited by heads of states, politicians and movie stars. Make a reservation for a memorable dining experience at the roof top Terrazza Restaurant which offers a 180° panorama of the Venetian laguna.
Riva degli Schiavoni, 4196 – +39 041 522 6480

Canova del Baglioni Hotel Luna – fine dining in an elegant atmosphere; traditional Venetian recipes with a modern interpretation
San Marco, 1243 – Calle dell’Ascensione – +39 041 528 9840

Gio’s di The St. Regis Venice – enjoy an aperitivo or a fine meal at the spectacular terrace overlooking the Canal Grande.
San Marco, 2159 – +39 041 240 0001

La Caravella – one of the most exclusive restaurants in Venice offering a menu combination of typical dishes with more inventive and innovative cuisine, using fresh seasonal ingredients. The quiet and relaxing courtyard is a nice oasis from the crowded streets of Venice.
via XXII Marzo, 2397 – +39 041 520 8901

Ai Mercanti – modern cozy atmosphere and seasonal creative menu with affordable prices and a wine list focused mainly on small Italian producers.
San Marco, 4346/A – Calle dei Fusieri (closed Sun and Mon) – +39 041 523 8269

Al Giardinetto da Severino – excellent location, charming inner court, featuring traditional Venetian dishes. The restaurant has been listed among the “Historical establishments of the Veneto region”.
Castello, 4928 (closed Thu) – +39 041 528 5332

Trattoria Da Ignazio – relaxing atmosphere and informal dining offering typical local dishes.
San Polo, Calle Saoneri, 2749 – +39 041 523 4852

Osteria Anice Stellato – rustic atmosphere and a quiet location, excellent quality fish menu
Cannaregio, 3272 (closed Sun and Mon) – +39 041 720 744

And lastly, Glam – a restaurant signed by Enrico Bartolini, the most “starred” chef in Italy. About thirty seats, in a space that is a jewel of mirrors and golden finishes in winter and an unforgettable garden with magnolia trees and a view in summer. The first Michelin star arrived a year after the opening, the second was the real Venetian revelation of the 2020 Michelin edition.
Santa Croce 1961 | Palazzo Venart, +39 041 523 5676

Venice is the one of the many Italian meccas for shopaholics, we will list just few of the most local stores where to buy original Venetians art crafts.

The forcola is a functional object, made to measure for those who use it and takes on particular shapes based on the type of boat on which it is mounted. Given its very particular aesthetic qualities, the forcola is recognized as a true work of art, an elegant sculpture. You can buy forcolas in full size or on a reduced scale to be placed as valuable pieces of furniture in your home or office, and to give as gifts for important occasions. At Il Forcolaio Matto Piero Dri, the artist-owner, will be happy to assist you in his workshop.
Ramo dell’Oca – Calle del Cristo, Canneregio 4231 – near the church of Santa Sofia. +39 041 877 8823

Some shops, especially the ones in the areas frequented by tourists, offer “Murano glass” produced in China or Taiwan If you want to be sure that you are buying a real Murano glass, visit Cenedese, reputedly the best store for Murano glass in Venice.
Piazza San Marco 40/41. +39 041 522 5487

While in Venice you may want to grab one of the Venetian masks to bring back as an original souvenir. Visit the Tragicomica shop near Rialto Bridge, at San Polo, Calle dei Nomboli 2800. And if you have enough time, you can even learn how to make the wonderful Venetian masks yourself!
San Polo, Calle dei Nomboli 2800. +39 041 721102

Precious fabrics, for home and beyond, are offered by Rubelli, founded in Venice in 1858.
Ca Pisani Rubelli, S. Marco, 3393 – 39 041 523 6110

For authentic Venetian products, visit the shop of Emilio Ceccato, specialized in gondolier’s outfits.
Sestiere S. Polo 16/17. +39.041.3198826.

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Air Conditioning


Daily Breakfast


Maid Service


Terrace / Alfresco Dining




Walk To Village





Extra Optional Services


Extra Housekeeping


Fresh Groceries


Private Chef

Pricing and Availability

Standard rates €40,000.00
From – 07 Jan 2023 – 05 May 2023 €40,000.00
From – 27 May 2023 – 17 Nov 2023 €40,000.00
From – 02 Dec 2023 – 29 Dec 2023 €40,000.00
The above rates are for up to 8 occupants. Normally, there is a minimum stay at this property of 2 nights, but this policy can vary across the different seasons

Pricing Notes

All Utilities including A/C, heating and final leaning
Unlimited Wi-Fi internet access
Daily housekeeping and breakfast service (food and beverages not included)
Garden maintenance service

Extra housekeeping at €15/hour
Cook service – No third-party suppliers allowed: the services will be provided by the villa management and in-house staff
Cost of food and beverages

Security Deposit: €12,000 held at agency
Tourist tax to be paid locally
Non-smoking villa
Check-in: between 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm; Check-out: before/by 11:00 am
All extras must be paid in cash locally, prior to departure

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Located in the north eastern corner of Italy, Veneto curves around the Adriatic sea and is full of treasures waiting to be discovered.

Venice is the main attraction for many visitors as there really is no other city like Venice in the world. From the grand Piazza San Marco, to the Rialto bridge and the grand canal, one can enjoy spending a few days getting lost in the little streets and bridges of Venice.

Visits to the Basilica di San Marco, palazzo ducale, the gallerie dell’accademia and Cannaregio are all a must.

 Italian Villa vacations have some great apartments in Venice located in Cannaregio which is a fantastic location.

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