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The Best Venice Airbnbs

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The best Venice Airbnbs, by travel Blogger What The Fab

No question, there are a lot of tourists in Venice, Italy. It’s a small city, with narrow canals as walkways and even narrower alleys. So at the end of the day, it might be nice to have your own apartment and stay at the best Airbnb in Venice, rather than coming back to a hotel (although if you are looking for hotels, I’d recommend Hotel Danieli Venezia.

There actually aren’t tons of centrally-located Venice Airbnbs available, so it wasn’t too hard to narrow down this list of top Venice Airbnbs.

I found some really cute Venice apartments with terraces and canal views, and many of these spots are Airbnb Plus status, (meaning someone from Airbnb has personally checked out the apartment in person to make sure it’s top-notch), so you know they’re some of the best Airbnbs in Venice. 

*All photos in this post are from Airbnb and belong to the Airbnb owners.

If you’re new to Airbnb, you can use my referral link for $40 off your first booking!

Best Venice Airbnbs

That concludes my list of the top Airbnbs in Venice Italy! Send me a pic of you drinking wine from your Grand Canal terrace apartment in Venice if you book one!

Heading to Venice? Be sure to check out my other Venice posts here!

15 Things You Must See in Venice
What to See in Venice: A Complete Travel Guide
The Best Restaurants in Venice Italy

Hotel Danieli Venezia
Best Places to Visit in Italy: 16 Unforgettable Destinations


What is the best neighborhood to stay in Venice Italy?

The San Marco neighborhood is an ideal area to stay in Venice Italy as it’s centrally located and most of the main attractions are easily walkable.

Where should I stay when visiting Venice?

If you’re looking for a hotel, Hotel Danieli is the best place to stay in Venice. If you’re looking to stay in an Airbnb, here’s a list of the best Airbnbs in Venice.

How much time do you really need in Venice?

Three full days is the perfect amount of time to spend in Venice and see all the main attractions.

What can you do in Venice in 3 days?

– San Marco Basilica
– Campanile Bell Tower
– Doge’s Palace
– The Grand Canal
– Rialto Bridge
– Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute
– Burano

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Emily, The JetSetting Fashionista

Wednesday 24th of July 2019

Absolutely love these places! The apartment on the canal is definitely my favorite!

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Wednesday 24th of July 2019

Isn't that cool??


Friday 19th of July 2019

These all look so nice!

Jennifer Effortlessly Sophisticated

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Wednesday 24th of July 2019

I want to stay in all of them!