Venice has been facing major challenges in recent times. The city is gradually sinking, and some estimates put its final farewell to 2100. No wonder tourists have started flocking to see "the city of canals" in ever larger numbers.
As a consequence, the little territory of Venice started to be so overcrowded that the city authorities had to act. From 2023, Venice will be the first city to limit how many people can enter and will charge €10 per person for a visit. It's an effort to protect the city's historical center, which is on the Unesco World Heritage list.
If you want to avoid crowds during your stay but still see all the major sights of Venice, there is a smart solution. Anda Venice is located right next to the Venice Mestre station, where you can hop on a train that takes you to the heart of Venice's main island in 10 minutes.
This way, you can spend your days discovering all the hidden bridges and architectural masterpieces while resting in the evening in peace and quiet.
And that's not the end of the good news. Most hotels in Venice are exorbitantly expensive due to their exclusivity on a small land. Anda fixes this by offering high-class shared dorm rooms and private double rooms if you need all the space for yourself.