Dimora Serenissima

Address: 555, Santa Croce, Venice, Veneto, 30135, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Santa Croce area of Venice, is near San Rocco (Scuola of St. Rocco), Palazzo Pisani Moretta, Atelier Pietro Longhi, and Arte Daniele Lucchetta.
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