Venice’s northern most sestieri may not seem like the most exciting of Venice’s neighborhoods, but that’s a point in its favor. Though beautiful palaces line the side facing the Grand Canal, the rest of the area is very working class. The liveliest streets are Lista di Spagna and Strada Nova (Venice’s longest street). The other streets are nicer for contemplative walking. Fondamenta della Misericordia has nice bars. Its tourist highlights are:
- Museo Wagner
- Museo Ebraico
- Chiesa della Madonna dell'Orto
- The Jewish Ghetto
- Campo dei Mori
- Santa Maria dei Miracoli
- Ca' d'Oro
Also, visit nearby attractions which are covered in Venice itinerary 3 days.
- Canareggio is a large area. Every ferry stops at one or the other of Canareggio’s many ferry stops. Check Google maps.
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7.73% of people who visit Venice include Canareggio in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
39.25% of people start their Canareggio visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Canareggio
86.27% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Canareggio
Our street in Venice. More local than touristy. Groceries, fruit, fish market, eating places etc etc. I could go on. Entrance to the Jewish ghetto here. If you stay here, it's a short walk to the train station, and the boat buses stop along here.
This is a canal that is off the beaten track. The buildings aren't as fancy as in other parts of Venice, but the lack of tourists and reasonable prices at local osterie make it worth a walk.
A very busy thoroughfare in the Italian city of Venice.