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San Marco 4262, Salizada San Paternian, Venice, 30124, Italy
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Going to Sta Lucia Station

by jorgec25

Hello everybody,

Can someone please tell me which is the best way to reach Sta Lucia Station, coming from the Marco Polo Airport?

I'm not going from the airport to the city centre. I'm going to catch a train at Sta Lucia Station.

Should i catch the express bus to Piazzala Roma? Is the train station nearby? Or are there any more direct alternatives?

If anyone can tell me how much time (average, of course)is necessary to make this connection, it would also be great.

Thanks to you all!

Re: Going to Sta Lucia Station

by leics

Yes, you can just get the bus to P Roma. Journey takes around 20 minutes (depends on traffic, obviously). The station is less than 5 minutes walk away, across a recently-opened bridge (with steps).

But why are you going into Venice to get the train? Can you not just get it from Mestre, on the mainland side of the causeway? You can get a bus to Mestre from Marco Polo, and it would save you time (no need to go into Venice and then out again on the train).

www.trenitalia.com/en/index.html will give you train times, details and fares in English. You should be able to catch trains to most destinations at Mestre as well as S. Lucia.

http://www.veniceairport.it/page/servizi/trasporti/treno?m=01020201

will give you links to bus times for Mestre (airport bus and local bus 15) and Venice P Roma (airport bus and local bus 5) in English.

Re: Going to Sta Lucia Station

by suvanki

Hi! Where are you travelling onto from Venice? There might be a bus connection from the airport.

As leics said, it's less than 5 minutes from P. Roma bus station to the train station (S.Lucia/Ferrovia),though Mestre might be a better option, depending on where you're heading to.

If you decide to travel by bus, buy your ticket in the airport, and validate it before boarding.
Check out VTers Venice Travel tips for more info re travelling from Marco Polo airport to Venice and beyond.
Enjoy your trip!
Best Wishes,
Sue

Re: Going to Sta Lucia Station

by effeti

Leics is right.... I would be surprised is there is a train originating in Santa Lucia Venice station not stopping at Mestre.. They HAVE TO pass through it anyway.
And you will spare a lot of time.
Ciao
Francesco

Re: Going to Sta Lucia Station

by jorgec25

Hello Sue,

I'm travelling to Florence for a few days and then go back to venice. I found a train in Mestre, thanks to the nice replies i got here.


See you

Re: Going to Sta Lucia Station

by jorgec25

Thanks for the answer Francesco!

Re: Going to Sta Lucia Station

by hawkhead

This answer is probably a bit late but for what it's worth - I would take the express bus to P. Roma and go over the bridge to San Lucia. The express bus runs frequently, whereas the connection to Mestre is less so and very crowded - at least, when we were there at the beginning of January, the queue for the mestro connection from the airport was immense.

Travel Tips for Venice

Take your time to walk...

by canuckcj

Take your time to walk throughout the alleyways, or get a better view by gondola. Eat fresh bread from the many bakeries and try the oranges. Camping Venicina has many memories. It is know for the parties....Contiki and Top Deck camp here as well. Drinking the cheapest wine isn't always the brightest thing to do, as some of my friends found out...

The tower is also located at...

by rtschneider

The tower is also located at San Marco. Pay whatever money to get in all these places because its all well worth you money!! You get pretty high up in the tower and its a great view! Also you have to see the people with the pigeons. Interesting though I don't personally suggest being the bird feeder. Watch others though, its good for a laugh!

Lido di Venezia

by croisbeauty

Lido lies in the lagoon, about 1,5km from Saint Mark's, forming an ideal barrier between Venice and the Adriatic. Today it is a famous and elegant bathing resort, but in the middle of the last century there was nothing here at all, apart from Malamocco, the convent of San Nicolo and the military district.
The church of San Nicolo, originally from the 17th century, was the former convent of the Benedictines, today used by the Franciscans. There are two 11th century Byzantine capitals at the entrance to the convent and, next to the 16th century cloister, part of the older one from 14th century.
Nearby to the convent is the 14th century Jewish Cemetery.

Venetian Sweets

by Polly74

In Burano you must also try some typical Venetian sweets such as zaeti, biscuits prepared with polenta flour and raisins and bussolai buranelli, butter biscuits made in a round shape that are wonderful when dunked in sweet Vin Santo.

More books!

by skywalkerbeth

Below are the books I am reading for the upcoming May trip (see my other tip for last year's set).

Venice for Pleasure, JG Links. This is an AMAZING book. Jan Morris called it the most original and delightful guidebook ever written for the city (paraphrase). It's 270+ pages, but, small and light enough to fit into your suitcase and it's for sure going in mine. It consists of 4 detailed walking tours - literally, step by step walking tours - around Venice. No building goes unnoticed on his tours. The first chapter introduces you to Venice in general with a little bit of history and then off you go! It was written several years ago, but really - what is going to change in Venice so much? Surely there are no new roads... (although as time goes by some canals may be filled in). The restaurants could surely change but the core of Venice is eternal. (assuming it doesn't go underwater one day... boohoo).

PS - I will add the others later...

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