Located in the Cannaregio district of Venice, the Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli, designed in Renaissance style by the architect Pietro Lombardo, was built between 1481 and 1489. If you are looking for a parking space near Santa Maria dei Miracoli, you can book your parking space in Venice with Parclick in advance, you’re just a click away! Located in the historic centre of the Venice lagoon, the church is not reachable by car, only on foot or by public waterbus service, by which we mean mainly the many scheduled vaporettos. In particular, Santa Maria dei Miracoli can be reached by sailing along the Grand Canal with line 2. As for your car, Parclick can recommend you parking options near Santa Maria dei Miracoli: there are car parks in Piazzale Roma, the only area of the historic centre where you can move round by car, or in Venice Mestre, on the mainland, from whose station (Venezia Mestre Station) you can reach Venice Santa Lucia Station in just a few minutes by train, or you can take one of the many buses that travel along the Ponte della Libertà to Piazzale Roma. Whatever you decide, book your parking near Santa Maria dei Miracoli in advance, you can save money AND you can avoid wasting time driving around looking for a free space!
The Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli was built mainly to house the painting of the Virgin and Child by Zanino di Pietro, which was considered miraculous and many Venetians looked to it to say grace and prayers, and which today decorates the altar. The Church, whose facade is composed of several polychrome marbles, is one of the first Renaissance buildings built in Venice. Overlooking the Rio dei Miracoli, the church is also just a few minutes' walk from Marco Polo's House, the Scuola Grande di San Marco, the Basilica di San Giovanni e Paolo and Saint John Chrysostom. The best parking spaces near Santa Maria dei Miracoli are only available with Parclick! Book now what's best for you!
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