This was a surprise as we hadn't expected such a large square. There are some lovely buildings around here with restaurants cafes and places to sit around the square. It is not far from the accademia bridge and water bus stop.
Avoid! Extortionate prices for a cup of coffee with rude staff. Was served by a grumpy old man who failed to inform us that you couldn’t use a card for payments less than €20. Coffee was bog standard and €5 a pop! No soya milk = no custom. Go next door to Caffe Mokaefti; …
en route to everywhere and great spot to return to. Several restaurants with outdoor tables as usual. Lots of people watching. We ate outside comfortably in late September, early October.
It is quite close to both St Marks and Rialto but much quieter. There are several cafes around the square where you can relax and enjoy the surroundings.
This large campo named for the eponymous church is home to a monument to Nicolo Tommaseo and Palazzo Loredan. Restaurants, shops and hotels/B&B’s surround it.