Dimora Serenissima

555, Santa Croce, Venice, 30135, Italy
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How to go from Maritima Port to Piazzale Roma

by yorkregion

I would appreciate receiving advice as to how to go from the cruise ship terminal when we leave the ship to go to Piazzale Roma. I understand that it is not easy to walk with luggage (my wife and I are seniors). If we take a taxi do you know what the approximate cost should be? Is there any other way to get there. Our cruise ship is not offering any shuttles as far as I know.

We plan to take the ATVO bus to the Marco Polo airport. Can I buy ATVO tickets at Piazzale Roma.

Thank you for your help.

Re: How to go from Maritima Port to Piazzale Roma

by Mozumbus

You can either take a taxi (not the water taxi which will be expensive) or the ACTV water bus 'vaporetto', the later will cost you 6.5 euros. Cost of taxi should not be much as the distance is not that much but I am not sure of the exact figure.

Re: How to go from Maritima Port to Piazzale Roma

by puerto_lover

The Venice Cruise terminal : VENEZIA TERMINAL PASSEGGERI http://www.vtp.it/ web site does have a little information but is not conclusive.

The port is quite large and your berth may be close to the Terminal building in which case it may be a question of walking slowly around to the Piazzale Roma. Not far. I also read somewhere that a shuttle bus does operate between cruise ships and Piazzale Roma. So depending on the organisation and local efficiency, there should be some kind of shuttle available. This shuttle may be by water bus directly from alongside your ship around to Piazzale Roma. Let's see what others say.

Mozumbus - I don't think any Vaporetto is going to assist you unless that is you wish to take a Venice Vaporetto cruise as well after arrival or your ship is alongside the Vaporetto pier stop. The stops are clearly marked as being at Tronchetto and San Marta. Lines are N, 2, 61,51, 41. Both the Vaporetto stops are on the 'wrong' side of the Cruise port dock as far as I know. Have you experienced the Vaporetto from the cruise port recently?

There is a pier for the ALILAGUNA ferry LINEA M which runs from the Cruise port : Stazione Marittima to St Marks Square. This service is shown on --


Of course its possible to get from St Marks Square to the Marco Polo airport by one of their other services. But this route takes a while and is only best done if you want the full views from the water and have time and additional cost and the transfer from one ferry to another.

Getting the direct airport bus at Piazalle Roma (the direct bus not the Number 5 local bus) is easy. look at this web site also for times.
You pay €3 per head. You can pay the driver or if in time get a ticket at the vending machine or office.

Re: How to go from Maritima Port to Piazzale Roma

by TexasDave

The port does operate a free shuttle bus which goes from the different berths to P. Roma. You may have to wait a while for the bus, so a taxi might be quicker if you're in a hurry.

Travel Tips for Venice

Get Lost!

by sue_stone

The best way to explore Venice is just to wander around the narrow streets, away from the more touristy areas.

You will stumble across beautiful canals, local squares and great cafes.

Some of the most interesting areas are off the main tourist trail.

Take a wander through the Jewish Quarter, and further north in Cannaregio for some hidden gems.

Or wander Dorsoduro region in search of the perfect espresso.

Statue at the square in front of the trainstation

by nighthawk

This statue, I just love it. The madonna (?) floating in tranquil calmness..
The statue s a bit hidden because coming out of the trainstation it is to the right while Venice is waiting in front of the station...first bridge to the left.

Sestiere San Marco

by croisbeauty

Actually, San Marco is the smallest sestiere of the six into which the city of Venice is divided. Even though, it contains both the political and religious heart of the town. In fact, it is the only square in whole the city which concentrates more then fifteen centuries of history and art.
Piazzeta San Marco was the main door, the first sight of Venice that the travellers of long ago set eyes on. The two columns were the ideal door posts with, on their capitals, the patron saints of the city, Theodore and the lion of Saint Mark, which is the new patron.

Chiketi and Ombrio

by fatboy_in_europe

Reserve an evening to indulge in the Venetian version of restaurant hopping. the food is called chiketi. its the venetian version of tapas. Ombrio is a small glass of house wine (red or white, your choice).

Inside the Basilica di San Marco

by sim1

Going inside the Basilica is amazing... the gold the mosaics... so much! In fact so much that it felt as 'too much'. It is amazing to see this church, but I can't say it is the most beautiful one I ever saw.


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Address: 555, Santa Croce, Venice, 30135, Italy