While visiting Venice, you may consider lodging at the Lido. You would have the best of both worlds: the historical Venice, filled with cultural and learning activities and the Lido beach, where you could enjoy a resort-like atmosphere in one of the best beaches in the world.
If you enjoy playing golf, the Lido has a beautiful 18-holes course. You could also go horseback riding or play tennis or practice archery or go swimming, windsurfing, sailing, parachuting or take a sightseeing airplane ride.
From the Hotel Belvedere, you would delight in a panoramic view of Venice, seen in the distance across the lagoon. Built in 1857, the hotel is still managed by the same family.