The São Paulo area is the historical and cultural core area of Venice. It is full of government buildings, churches, and wealthy houses, and the appearance has not changed for hundreds of years. It is very cultural and historical.
I went to these small festivals like Venice. The water of the small river is really accurate. There are countless small bridges on it, which is very interesting. There will be a small boat at the door of the house.
The San Paolo district is located in the most central position of Venice and is the smallest district among the 6 districts in Venice. There is only one bridge in the entire São Paulo area, the Rialto Bridge, which can cross the Grand Canal and connect to the right bank of Venice. The west side of the Rialto Bridge belongs to the São Paulo area. St. Paul’s Church is located in the center of this area, and St. Paul’s district is named after this church.
This charming neighborhood is home to some of Venice’s better dining options and is well-touristed but much more calm than San Marco.
San Polo is one of my favorite sestieri in Venice, mostly because this is where Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari (Frari, for short) is located. It is also the district of the Rialto.
Venice is divided into six districts, including Cannaregio, Sao Paulo, Dorsoduro, Santa Croce, San Marco, and Castle District. The São Paulo district is the smallest area among the six districts, just beside the Grand Canal. The most famous Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal belongs to this area. It is the area to the west of the Rialto Bridge in the direction of the railway station on the main island of Venice. St. Jacob’s Church, St. Paul’s Square, and St. Roc’s Church all belong to the St. Paul area.