Zattere in Venice is a long waterfront promenade and a great place for an evening stroll and a meal along the water. Located in the Dorsoduro district, it is a relatively peaceful promenade, and makes for a nice break away from the many crowded areas in the city.
Zattere is a spacious promenade that runs along the entire southern shore of Venice’s Dorsoduro District, from the Marittima and San Basilio all the way to the Punta della Dogana. The Zattere is lined with a number of notable buildings and monuments so visitors strolling along the walkway should be sure to have their cameras ready!
At the westernmost end, known as San Basilio you’ll find interesting buildings, such as the Scuola dei Luganegheri, once home to the local sausage maker’s guild. Today, it’s a fine restaurant. Heading down the promenade and you’ll view a number of palaces that are now used as government offices. These include the sixteenth century Palazzo Priuli Bon which, for years, housed the French Embassy; and the Palazzo Molin, a fifteenth-century Gothic structure that is now home to the Adriatic Coastal Authority.
There are many more remarkable buildings around the promenade and it would be a good idea to hire a car to take you close to Zattere from other places in Italy, where you are put up on a holiday. Hiring a car gives you the option to explore the place to core www.car-rental-italy.com provides car rentals at economy rates. You can request for a quote online from Car Rental Italy and pick up the best package that suits your needs.