This sestieri follows the north-west line of the Grand Canal. Since its Piazzale Roma contains the bus station, it’s one Venice’s busiest areas. The piazzale is also the only place in Venice where cars are allowed. But if you know where to look, it’s also one of Venice’s most charming. The neighbourhood gets its name from a now demolished church. In the churches place is a pleasant park – the Giardino Papadopoli. The highlights of the district are:
- The costume palace Palazzo Mocenigo
- San Giacomo dell'Orio
- Ca' Pesaro – the site of Venice’s Museum of Modern Art
- San Stae
- Natural History Museum at Fondaco dei Turchi
- The Patrician Palace
- Church of San Nicola da Tolentino
How to Reach Santa Croce
- Ferry to Marco Polo Airport stop T.Crociere.
- Ferry line 2 and N stop Tronchetto (Mercato).
- Ferry Lines 3 and 4.2 stop P.le Roma (Scomenzera) "C.
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1.39% of people who visit Venice include Santa Croce in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
50% of people start their Santa Croce visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Santa Croce
54.55% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Santa Croce