Discovering Venice

Some tips and information to live Venice as insiders

Discovering Venice

June is bringing plenty of changes in terms of how we can live our city and how we can travel, we at Luxrest Venice are constantly following the latest official news and we're more than happy to share any update we have with you.

There are general rules issued by the Italian government, applying to the whole national territory, whereas each region has the right to impose stricter regulations, according to the local medical reports. Here is what citizens and visitors can and can't do in Venice from June onwards.

We are pleased to announce that we can reopen and welcome you back to our facilities!

The Veneto region has provided directives to ensure that the recovery takes place in safety and in the protection of guests and workers. These directives are in continuity with the national ones shared in the Prime Minister Decree dated 26 April 2020.

We are committed to sanitizing all apartments before and after each stay and preparing the apartments for all next guests!

Ca’ Priuli flat is in Calle Priuli, sestiere Cannaregio: get the best location to reach the most exciting events of the Venice Carnival 2020.

Dorsoduro apartment in Venice: modern and Venetian, with views on water

If you are looking for a Dorsoduro apartment in Venice do not miss the most charming and lovely one: Luxrest Venice Ca' del Redentore flat.

Located in San Polo, the most charming sestiere in Venice, it is ideal for 4 persons

Among the best apartments in Castello (Venice), it sleeps up to 6 people

A lovely apartment to rent in Dorsoduro Venice for six guests.

Dorsoduro, Venice: are you looking for a stylish apartment for rental? Thus, have a look to our Ca’ del Redentore, a super-bright and comfortable flat located just in the centre of this amazing Sestiere. Fully equipped, this place will be your perfect accommodation for an unforgettable holiday in one of the most beautiful cities in the world.


From 1500 to 1700 Venice was one of the greatest power in the world and all the aspects of its political, economical and everyday life were impeccably organized. Among the numerous institutions, the Militia de Mar was one of the most important since it administrated probably the major source of power and earnings: the Navy…!

The Scuola Grande di San Rocco, in San Polo, was founded in 1478 by a consistent group of very rich venetians. But what were these schools about? What position did they have in Venice? And why the Scuola di San Rocco is called in this way? Let yourself be amazed by this little journey into the history of Venice…