Veneto Transportation

  • Walking (incl. city maps)
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  • On our way to Lido di Jesolo.
    On our way to Lido di Jesolo.
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  • Paulien and Cyrille in Padua.
    Paulien and Cyrille in Padua.
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Veneto Transportation

  • Vaporetto

    Venice Transportation

    If you want to do something special with the vaporetto Linea 2 (replaced Linea 82 in 2011), embark at the third pontoon at San Zaccaria (facing the hotel Danieli *) direction Giudecca. Check well that you are on the right pontoon because in summer Linea 2 also continues to the Lido de Venezia. The first stop is the island and church of San Giorgio...

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  • Train

    Verona Transportation

    To get to Verona I took the EuroCity train from Munich via Innsbruck. This is a convenient connection, several times daily, with good mountain views along the way. Second photo: The dining car is fine for having a cup of coffee and using one of the big tables to write on, but I can't honestly recommend having a meal here. Third photo: The main...

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  • By plane (and then into Venice)

    Venice Transportation

    The airport of Venice is located in Tessera; not far from Mestre. It is only 13 km far from the center of Venice. The arrivals area is situated on the ground floor. On the first floor there are the departures area and the tickets booths. The check in area is on the third floor. It is not a large airport, but it has several shops, cafes and some...

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  • Buses

    Verona Transportation

    The Ryanair site lists only one bus a day, but has two flights a day. I'm pretty sure that they run a bus to meet each incoming and outgoing planet, but you might want to double-check. I had no problems with the service at all, and it will always wait for you if the plane is late. The only confusion I had is that someone gave me a free ticket, and...

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  • Traghetto

    Venice Transportation

    Before we went on your trip to Italy (Venice), our instructor mentioned that if we wanted to travel across the Grand Canal like the locals do, then we should use the traghetto (literally means "between sections"). So that's what we did...we used the Traghetto Santa Sofia. It's quick, easy and inexpensive (approx. 50 centesimi euro ).

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  • car/motorhome

    Verona Transportation

    I was really surprised by the rather small amount of trafic for a saturday afternoon. The different streets , leading to the centre of Verona are a bit confusing sometimes, BUT once that you are there, you will easily find a parking-spot rather close to the piazza Bra and Arena di Verona. Follow the signs for ARENA !! Smaller cars like the Smart...

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  • Gondola

    Venice Transportation

    A gondola is a long narrow black boat you see in some canals in this city. Today it is used for weddings and for pleasure trips. This kind of boat requires a lot of time to be built. It is 10.85 long and its medium length is around 1.40 meters. It is built with nine kinds of wood. The average gondola ride lasts forty minutes for a settled price....

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  • airplane

    Verona Transportation

    There are numerous airports flying to the region near Verona: Verona Airport - The most convenient and from when I was there last the flight options have greatly improved. From the airport there is a bus every 30 minutes which will take you to the train station in verona for about 5€. Taxis can be 20-30 euros so it depends how many of you are...

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  • By water taxi (& private boats)

    Venice Transportation

    Officially the term "vaporetto" refers to flat-decked single level vessels, but it is often used to mean various kinds of water buses. You will travel by vaporetto if you want to go to some islands (part of Venice) or when you are tired after a day's sightseeing. This way you can rest your feet. One single ride on these water buses costs around...

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  • motorcycle

    Verona Transportation

    If staying in the outskirts of Verona then vespa is the best transport way to get into the city center. Besides being easy to drive and makes its way through the traffic jams, scooter's big advantage is the easy way of parking and finding free places. It cannot be of big use inside the historic core of Verona because it is non traffic area, but...

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  • By train (Santa Lucia station)

    Venice Transportation

    There is only 1 direct train from Venice Mestre, leaving 1.30 am to Klagenfurt arriving 4.40 am, and on to Vienna arriving 8.34 am and 1 1rain from Venice St. Lucia at 9.05 pm via Salzburg arring at Vienna at (8.22 pm), this you can book online on the OeBB site http://www.oebb.at/en/index.jsp from € 19 to Klagenfurt and € 29 to Vienna, but in the...

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  • other

    Verona Transportation

    It started on March, 10th 2012. A brand new bike sharing service, with 20 stations alla round the canter and surrounding areas. The first 30 minutes (more than enough to reach another docking station) are free, but you have to sign in for a small daily amount. A credit card is necessary as a warranty See info on the site (in italian, english and...

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  • Walking (incl. city maps)

    Venice Transportation

    Venice is a city that's definitely best discovered on foot but unless you have some sort of supernatural sense of direction, chances are you'll get lost at least once during your trip. However, this could be the very best thing that could happen to you as we got to discover some absolutely charming streets that way! It also helps to remember that...

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  • By cruise ship

    Venice Transportation

    That cruise ships are getting bigger and bigger and becoming a problem for Venice not only because the cruise ships passing at San Marco contribute to the wake pollution called "Moto Ondoso" even if they move very slowly but also because in a short time thousand of tourists "invade" the centre of the city. With 23 millions of tourists per year, an...

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  • By car (incl. parking)

    Venice Transportation

    I would really reconsider renting a car. You will spend more time, energy, and money dealing with the logistics of "the car" than you will enjoying Italy. I have been to Venice then onto Rome 7 times and each time I have gone a different route (usually through Tuscany, using buses) and used different means of transportation. The best way I've...

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  • By bus (excl. airport bus)

    Venice Transportation

    We got to Venice in the end of our bus-tour around Italy on the way from Ravenna to Vienna. We stayed for a night in Mestre which is a continental part of Venice. Early in the morning we went to Venice by our bus. How to get to Venice by bus or car: The Ponte della Libertà bridge connects the mainland to Venice, arriving at Piazzale Roma, the...

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  • Train travel from Venice to Zermatt,...

    Of course you definitely can travel from Venice to Zermatt. From Venice,you can catch a train to Milan with connections to Brigg (chances are the trains final destination will be Zurich). It is about a 4 hour train ride from Milan to Brigg where you can catch connections to Zermatt. All in all, depending upon which trains you catch travel time can...

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  • Train transportation - Veneto & Beyond

    The Major Northern Italy train line runs right through the Veneto plain, conveniently connecting Venice, Padova, Vicenza and Verona. This is the Main line, and the rail network also has some smaller lines shooting off from this cities. From Padova you can connect to all train that head south (Toscana, Rome etc.). Past Verona you can continue to...

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  • about transport in Venezia

    In Venezia / Venice there are almost nowhere any streets, where the goods of everyday-life can be delivered like in any ordinary town. Everything has to be transported by ship to the closest pier and then carried with small wagons to the shops, hotels etc.And for THAT reason, everything is a bit more expensive in Venice than in the rest of the...

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  • Cruising to or from Venice / Venezia

    When Cruising to or from Veniceyou should know that it is best to take the TRAIN to or from the station "Venezia Santa Luzia" that is not more than maybe 500 meters from the place where your ship will be docked. The sidewalks of the distance from the train to the ship are not really very comfortable, it is a mixture of cobbled stones, broken...

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  • Dont take a Car but take the TRAIN to...

    Venice is a city totally without cartrafic ! The only way to go there by car is to Piazzale Roma and you have to park your car there in an expensive parking-house and the daily fee for that is quite high. Be prepared that you will hardly ever find any place close to Venezia that has free parking + good connection to Venice ! Daily parkingfees are...

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