Ca' della Loggia

Calle San Gallo 921/a, San Marco, Venice, 30124, Italy
Ca' della Loggia
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Restaurant in Venice

by lnarynskyyi

Does anyone recognize the restaurant in this picture? All I know is that it's supposed to be incredible and that it's on Salizada San Polo. If anyone recognizes it, I would appreciate a name and an address.


Re: Restaurant in Venice

by gfinesilver

i think i have seen it but i don't know the name. but you already have the address: it's on Salizada San Polo. it looks like the neighboring doorways have the addresses 2000 something.

actual street addresses are virtually impossible to find in venice, the system doesn't make sense.

But you have all your information there in the photo.

Re: Restaurant in Venice

by Lia80

Right, Salizada San Polo is the address. Have a look: . It's very near to Campo San Polo.
(by the way, the system for the streets names in Venice is different from the other cities, but you just need to know the name of a Campo - square - near the street to find it, or the name of the bridge - all the bridges in Venice have a name. And many streets do have names, but few people know them - ...they are Venetians!;) )

Re: Restaurant in Venice

by JJfromNJ

I wouldn't worry about finding this exact one anyway. Venice is absolutely littered with incredible restaurants. My favorite area for food is the Grand Canal, right near the Rialto (expensive though).

Re: Restaurant in Venice

by bekerovka

it's Trattoria Al Campanile,
salizada S. Polo 2088
tel. +39 041 5237221
Ciao, Marco

Travel Tips for Venice

Gondola ride. I didn’t think...

by asantetravel

Gondola ride. I didn’t think it was very romantic but we had 5 people in our gondola. Also the fear of falling into the nasty water left little room for day dreaming. Still, it was a very Italian experience. Seeing a city from the water is a must. A couple in our group even got engaged on their gondola ride.

Venice Tip

by flyme2rio

check out some of the more famous bridges - behind me is the Bridge of Sighs - so called because prisoners who had to cross it to go to their death got their last glimpse of daylight before execution, ergo sighs of anguish and remorse were heard

There's alot of walking to do!

by Packerman

You have heard the saying "if you don't succeed, try, try, and try again" Don't worry it will happen, YOU WILL GET LOST and that is the best thing about Venice. You may think it is a small island and you can navigate yourself around, but believe you me, you will get lost an average of twice an hour if you keep walking around. Walking around Venice is special, there is something at every corner, in every small square, every bridge is different, it is such a wonderful place to visit. I really enjoyed feeding the pidgeons out of my hand in St. Marks square.

Venetian style gardens

by montezaro

Not much of the greenery can be seen in Venice, in fact, as far as I know there is only one public garden in the town. When strolling around one can see buildings, canals and bridges but not the trees. Perhaps it is the reason why every single free corner of the town is used for gardening. This one is very cute.

Packing List

by Brinkolas

Biking Trip When I went to Venice we stayed on the Island of Lido. It's a beautiful, quiet, island where everyone of all ages ride their bikes, and go to the beach. If you stay on ledo I suggest trying to find a place to rent a bike there if you don't feel comfortable taking yours. I also suggest packing a swimsuit, since there is a beautiful beach over-looking the Agean Sea. If you are staying at a hotel you'll have to ask the hotel for a pass to the beach. There's a public beach and a private beach. The water's usually not too rapidy, and if your adventurous you can walk out to sea for a good 30 meters with out hitting a drop off.


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