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In the heart of the Castello district is a friendly and lively neighborhood which surrounds San Giorgio dei Greci church and is just a short walk to Piazza San Marco.

Ca' Salvioni is a proper Venetian palazzo which can serve as an ideal home base during your stay in Venice.

Expansive living space

Experience the history...

Ca' Salvioni was built around 1550 by the Cubli family, who were wealthy Greek merchants at the time. The architecture is attributed to Jacopo Sansovino, a follower of Michelangelo.


During the 17th century the fortunes of the Cubli changed and the palazzo passed to the Salvioni family.

Throughout the 18th century Ca' Salvioni was embellished with beautiful stucco and paintings that have survived for your enjoyment today.

Ca' Salvioni has been restored by the current owners with the greatest care to preserve its antiquities while enhancing your comfort with all modern conveniences.

Private study with view of San Giorgio island

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