Where we are

In the heart of the Cannaregio sestiere, 200 metres from the Santa Lucia Venice Station, near piazzale Roma and offering a pier on the Canal Grande

The 4 star Continental Venice Hotel is in Lista di Spagna 166 in Cannaregio, one of the historical Venetian sestieri.


We are close to the following landmarks:

  • Santa Lucia Train Station
  • Piazzale Roma
  • Historical palazzi and museums
  • The Venice Ghetto
  • Many bacari (typical Venetian restaurants)
  • The local market
  • The Rialto Bridge (20 minutes on foot)

Public Transport


From here you can take the public transport travelling down the entire gorgeous Canal Grande, with stops near all the main museums and monuments.


If you want to enjoy maximum comfort, the hotel even has a private pier on the Canal Grande, where you can take an aquatic taxi.

By Train


The hotel is just a few minutes away from the Santa Lucia Venice Station, on foot. Outside the station, go left. you will find the Continental Venice Hotel on the right, after 200 metres, in Lista di Spagna,.

By Car


After parking in piazzale Roma, cross the Ponte della Costituzione (also known as the Calatrava) and keep going for another 400 m, pass in front the Santa Lucia Train Station and continue along Lista di Spagna, where you will find the hotel (on the right hand side), after 200 metres.

By Plane


From the "Marco Polo" Venice Airport:

  • you can take an aquatic taxi directly to the private pier of the hotel
  • you can take the direct "Venezia Air Terminal" bus to piazzale Roma
  • you can take the Alilaguna motorboat (orange line). Get off at the "Guglie" stop, then turn right onto the "Ponte delle Guglie", cross the bridge and continue for approximately 400 m. You will find the Continental Hotel on your left, in Lista di Spagna.

From the "Canova"Airport:

  • The ATVO will take you to piazzale Roma in 45 minutes. 

Watch out for the street numbers


Venice uses “insular” street numbering, based on an old Austrian system introduced at the end of the 18th century. Furthermore, the numbering system is unique for each Sestiere and this often leads to completely different numbering systems coexisting within very short distances, also due to the peculiar conformation of the streets and canals.
Our suggestion for finding your bearings is to always look to the skyline and use the campaniles and palazzi as reference points.