Rooms in Venice
Venice has been the birthplace of many artistic and architectural movements, and today it is still one of the world's most important centres for the visual and performing arts. One of the leading events of the art world, which is closely watched by many of the world's governments, is the Venice Biennale. Beginning in the late 19th century, the Biennale for contemporary art takes place every odd-numbered year, while the Biennale for architecture occurs during even years. Both feature thirty permanent sites allocated by nation, and the number of exhibitions grows each year. There are also quarters for artists lacking national sponsorship. The international film festival is held annually at the Palazzo del Cinema, and this event coincides with the Biennale. While many of the city's grand cathedrals, such as the Basilica of San Marco and the San Salvador Cathedral, are located in the centre city alongside several of the fine museums, important sites and interesting architecture can be found throughout this city on the water. South of the central island, for instance, is the highly lauded Peggy Guggenheim Collection, and to the west you'll find the Ca' Rezzonico museum of 18th century Venice.
You'll have the important amenities with cheap rooms in Venice through Wimdu!
No matter where you choose a b&b inn or hotel in Venice, the stay is costly. That's why many travellers prefer to stay with the friendly hosts of Wimdu. You'll have a long list of apartments for rent and rooms from private owners to choose from, each with their own amenities and all at prices competitive with hostels. To help narrow down the list of rooms, Wimdu provides a review system for comments by former guests and the ability to contact hosts. Finding rooms in Venice can be fun with the help of Wimdu!