Hotels near Campo Santo Stefano in Venice - Best deals & budget rates!

Like many places in Venice, Campo San Stefano has another name. It is called Campo Francesco Morosini. This is the name of the 11th century Doge who once lived here. Campo Stefano is one of the largest and airiest squares in the city. Bullfights were once held here. In 1802 the stadium collapsed. The resulting deaths put an end to this practice. Instead, Campo San Stefano is now a venue for various festivals and Carnival.

At the south end is the Palazzo Pisani and the Campiello Pisani. It now houses the Conservatory of Music. In the center of the campo is a statue of Nicolò Tommaseo (1802-1874). He was a noted Dalmatian scholar. He was involved in the 1848 rebellion against the Austrians.

Address: Campo Santo Stefano, 3825, 30124 Venezia, Italy

Phone: +39 041 522 2362

Our favorite hotels near Campo Santo Stefano

Subscribe for best Deals

Please provide this reference number to our customer service center representative on request, so we can help you better