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Nearby attactions

Nearby attactions

Giudecca is the longest island of Venice and of the whole lagoon and is separated by the rest of the city by the homonymous channel. Originally called the “Spinalonga” (long spine) because of its long narrow shape, its modern day name derives from the 13th Century when it was home

Giudecca’s four gardens

Giudecca’s four gardens

… and four different stories brought back to life by Francesca Bortolotto Possati Four gardens have been re-arranged and partially restored behind the XVI century Zitelle complex on the island of Giudecca, where there were vineyards and orchards until the beginning of the twentieth century, laid out in obedience to

Why couples choose the Palladio Hotel to celebrate their wedding?

Why couples choose the Palladio Hotel to celebrate their wedding?

The Palladio Hotel & Spa in Venice is the ideal choice for celebrating your wedding or reception. With a lovely and calming aesthetic, outstanding services, and accommodating facilities, the Palladio has everything one can need and want to plan the perfect wedding ceremony and reception. For those interested in planning

Escape the crowds in Venice

Escape the crowds in Venice

It is nigh impossible to escape the crowds in Venice, which is historically why 16th-century noblemen (and 21st-century billionaires) created summer palaces and gardens 800 yards across the water on La Giudecca. Today, you can walk along the Canale della Giudecca and enjoy the Canaletto pastel-perfect views without having to

Architecture and History

Architecture and History

In around 1558-1560 the first Provinciale of Lombardy, Jesuit priest Benedetto Palmio, held a series of sermons in Venice with which he urged his listeners to devote themselves to “founding a home for Cittelle (Unmarried Women) to free them from the danger of eternal damnation, the certain fate of virgins

Palladio surrounding attractions

Palladio surrounding attractions

Easily reachable from the Palladio Hotel & Spa are: Murano island: one of the islands which belongs to the Lagoon. The “Museo del Vetro” in the Palazzo Giustinian displays the history of glassmaking from Egyptian times through the present day. Piazza San Marco: located in the centre of Venice. There