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Palazzo Franchetti Caffè information
Only in Venice could directions to a cafe sound like a fairy tale: pass through the wrought-iron gate and the ivy-covered courtyard garden, step inside the golden Gothic palace, and tell the guard you’re there for espresso. After a visit to the Accademia, this cultural centre’s newly inaugurated cloister cafe is the ideal sanctuary from the crowds, admiring the greenery through glassed-in archways.