We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Located ah the southern end of Venice.
As you go along the Giudecca canal you will see some giant cruise ships.
The area tends to be free of tourists unless they are changing Vaporettos as we did to have a little stroll around the area.
It was our first time in Venice, and we were lucky to have chosen a hotel nearby. Venice has so much charm everywhere you look; and the Grand Canal is amazing, as are all the little streets and smaller canals. Some of those areas, as...More
This long boulevard is the southern limit to the city of Venice, overlooking the Giudecca Canal. It starts on the eastern end at Ponta della Dogana and runs about 1 KM to San Basilio. Lined with many restaurants bars and shops, be careful as it...More
This is long waterfront promenade that is great for the evening stroll (passagiata). It is located in the sestiere Dorsoduro. It is a very peaceful place far away from the crowds of the center city. The island of Giudecca is just across from the Zattere....More
The Fondamenta delle Zattere, in the district of Dorsoduro. This wide stone paved waterfront area is at the side of the extremely wide Guidecca Canal that runs from the cruise port's San Basilio pier to the tip of Dorsoduro.
This is a quite area of...More
The Zatterre runs from Punta Della Dogana to the San Basilio station along the south shore of Sestiere Dorsoduro. Just over 1 kilometer in length, gives great views of Giudecca and the Giudecca Canal. As this is on the south side of Venice there is...More
The Fondamenta Zattere is my favourite place in Venice for a stroll, wide open spaces by the canal, not crowded, I love the views over to Giudecca and ever-changing views of the canal depending on the weather, traffic on the water, there might even be...More
The Zattere (the Rafts) is a long and awesome road along the Giudecca canal and is the southern limit of proper Venice. Starting from the cruise ships terminal and going all the way to Punta della Dogana it is one of the most pleasant walks...More
From the San Basilica boat station, you can walk, past Zattere, all the way to the entrance of the Grand Canal, and gaze across to the Doge's Palace and Palladio's masterpiece. On a lovely late afternoon in sunny September, we walked back again as well!...More