We think that accommodation is a very important part of your study trip in Italy. That is why we highly value its quality and try to live up to your expectations with a wide variety of offers.
In this page you will find useful information on the various types of accommodation offered by the school and some links you can contact by yourself.
Palladian Cloister in Venice
Giudecca is the picturesque island in front of the Zattere; a continuous waterbus service links the island to the historical centre, so it can also be reached easily from Piazzale Roma and the railway station. In Giudecca you can find some of the artistic masterpieces of Venice, such as the Redentore church and the Molino Stucky.
Istituto Venezia can book a single or a double room with a private bathroom in one of the most charming cloisters overlooking the lagoon.
In a ancient wineyard with hundreds of olive trees, 25 single rooms with view, free wi-fi access, use of kitchen and laundry, comfortable TV room and meeting rooms. Giudecca is the ideal place if you want to be in the historical centre and stay on a budget, in a fashionable area among students and artists.
It is ideal for those of you who would like to be fully immersed in a different language and if you want to live a culturally enriching experience. You can stay with local residents in a single room with use of kitchen. Usually, the host families are childless couples or single people. To stay with an Italian family is the best way to enjoy our daily life and improve your language skills. You will be free to maintain your habits, respectful of the people who host you. In the house you will find all you need: bed-linen and blankets, washing machine, TV... In addition, you will be given a personal copy of the keys so you can be independent.
Double rooms are available only for the students who enrol together and attend the course in the same period.
You have to notify us of the date and hour of your arrival at least 5 days in advance.
The rooms are available from the Sunday before the beginning of the course to the Saturday morning after the end.
You are not allowed to invite people to sleep without special permission.
You have to pay for the accommodation on the first day of the course.
Accommodation suggested by Istituto Venezia
If you wish, you can find other accommodation options, from Students Residences to Bed and Breakfast...
If you aren’t good at cooking you can choose among a lot of pizzerias and restaurants, or you can go to the university canteens: they are all near the Istituto Venezia and they offer lunch and dinner at about 7,50 euros and a different menu every day.