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Campo San Zaccaria 4684, Venezia, 30122
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Built in 1875, Villa Igea, a three-storey annex of the Savoia & Jolanda Hotel, is located in Campo San Zaccaria, surely one of Venice's loveliest squares only steps away from the hotel's main building. For history lovers, the relics of eight early doges lie in the waterlogged crypt under the Chapel of San Tarasio.
|Legend has it that Casanova spent many a night frolicking in the adjoining Benedictine Abbey (now police headquarters) in the willing company of its then libertine nuns. Guests of Villa Igea can avail themselves of the services offered by the 4-star Savoia & Jolanda which, as mentioned above, is only a few convenient steps away.|| || || || |