Cannaregio is the most populated district (or sestieri) in Venice, and the second largest in size. The Jewish Ghetto is located in Cannaregio, as well as some of Venice's most stunning churches and points of interests. It's a wonderful place to explore and get a feel for the city.
Canaregio is located in the northwest corner of Venice, across St. Cross Street and St. Polo. It's a long way to go. It's suggested to go to a port from the Grand Canal and get off at San Marco. One-way tickets are about 8 euros, valid for only 75 minutes. Some sites don't have ticket machines to buy tickets, so make sure you have a valid return ticket.
Great neighborhood with good bars that cater to locals. The cichetti in some of the places here are also way better.
Just like Shanghai, there are different areas. Of course, you think too much. There are many restaurants and not many visitors in this area, because it is not the place where the big attractions are concentrated. It is the area where the railway station crosses the bridge.
It is one of the six regions of Venice. Located near the northwest. Pieces of buildings and waterways. And Gondola formed a beautiful picture during the shuttle. But like other famous scenic spots in the world. It's not a real feeling, it's commercialization. It's depressing.