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72-Hour Venice Transports Pass
"Exchange your voucher with a regular ticket at any of the Alilaguna Ticket Offices to activate your 72 hours ticket.The Alilaguna pass is valid on all 3 Alilaguna lines (blue orange and red) which connect Venice Marco Polo airport and Venice Cruise Terminal to Venice city centre the Lido and Murano island. For the full stops list please check the itinerary section.To ensure a safe embarkation all stops are equipped with floating pontoons connected to the land with ramps. Passenger can exchange the voucher at any Alilaguna ticketing offices which are located at Marco Polo airport (arrival hall and airport dockyard) Cruise Terminal Tronchetto (car park)
From EUR65.00
 
Private Tour: Venice Grand Canal Evening Boat Tour
"This Grand Canal cruise follows an ideal itinerary for lovers of architecture taking you from the Byzantine and flamboyant Gothic periods to masterpieces of the Renaissance and Baroque eras.The tour begins at the church of Madonna della Salute and returns along Giudecca's Canal where Palladio's masterful churches of the Redentore and San Giorgio Maggiore will dramatically reveal themselves.Soak up the atmosphere and history of magnificent Venetian palaces and churches including Ca' Venier Ca' Foscari Ca' Rezzonico the famous Rialto Bridge Ca' d'Oro
From EUR59.00
 
"Murano
"Murano Burano and Torcello Half-Day Sightseeing Tour""Board a comfortable motorboat departing from the Alilaguna pier in front of the Royal Gardens and speed along the Venetian Lagoon to three islands famous for their handicrafts and architecture. You’ll cruise past the islands of San Giorgio Maggiore San Servolo San Lazzaro degli Armeni and Sant’Elena Gardens to Murano
From EUR20.00

More Transportation in Lido

Vaporetto

The best way to reach Lido is using the vaporetto, the boat service used in the lagun of Venice. There are few vaporetto lines that goes to Isola di Lido, num 52 is very good because it takes 35...
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lina112
Aug 05, 2008

Leg paddling boats

When my wife and I were at the public beach of Lido, we saw many leg paddling boats on the beach, but none were in the sea (maybe the waves were strong on that day). I think you can actually rent one...
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victorwkf
Aug 03, 2007

Bicycles

When you are walking along Gran Viale Santa Maria Elisbetta (the main street of Lido linking the vaporetto (water bus) station to the public beach, you will come across a bicycle rental shop as shown...
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victorwkf
Aug 03, 2007

Buses and cars

Unlike Venice, there are roads and vehicles on Lido. If you are exploring the area in Lido from the vaporetto (water bus) station to the public beach, you do not need to take a bus as walking will be...
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victorwkf
Aug 03, 2007

Walk along the public Lido beach

It is nice to walk along the public beach of Lido especially during the warm summer months. I think you should time your visit such that you can experience the sunset while taking a walk along the...
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victorwkf
Aug 03, 2007

Going to Lido by Vaporetto

In order to reach Lido from Venice, Murano or Burano, you need to take the vaporetto (water buses). The journey from Venice to Lido takes about 10-20 minutes depending on which part of Venice you are...
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victorwkf
Aug 03, 2007
 
 
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Waterbus or Vaporetto

You can easily get to Lido Island from Venice (San Marco) or other nearby islands on a boatride on the waterbus or vaporetto lines no. 1 - 52 - 6 - 14. You can also arrive from Venice airport on the...
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BorneoGrrl
Jun 10, 2007

Getting to the Beach

When you come out of the vaporetto stop there will be buses. You don't need one of these. Just cross the street to the island's main cut-through-to-the-beach road called Gran Viale S. Maria...
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Rhondaj
Jul 24, 2006

One of many beach entrances

We weren't sure how this all worked, very different from the seashore of New Jersey we are used to. So we just decide to go in here and see what's up. Easy enough. For 23 euros, we got an umbrella,...
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Rhondaj
Jul 24, 2006

Getting to Lido

Do you want to get there fast or slow? Know before you go, because you can get there either way, depending on which vaporetto you jump on. We wanted to get there directly. So first we take the ferry...
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Rhondaj
Jul 24, 2006

Getting to Lido Venice by Train by Car by plane

At the southern end of the Lagoon, The Lido is the largest of Venice's islands. This provides a marvellous alternative to staying in the main part of the city. The Lido has an eight-mile expanse of...
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luca68
Oct 19, 2005

Almost there...

When you see this structure, you're there! This cool looking entrance to the beach is called The New Blue Moon to the Lido. We turned left here and followed Lungomare d'Annunzio a little ways.
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Rhondaj
Jul 24, 2006

Checking on Times

It's a good idea to check the schedule of return trips before you walk away. To be honest, we never did. The boats seem to come frequently enough that there is never a very long wait.
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Rhondaj
Jul 24, 2006

Top Hotels in Lido

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Via Padova, 42, Jesolo Lido, Veneto, 30016, Italy
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Lungomare Marconi, 44, Venice, Veneto, 30126, Italy
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Via Marcantonio Bragadin 12/B, Venice, Veneto, 30126, Italy
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Lungomare Marconi 17, Venice, Veneto, 30126, Italy
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Things to Do Near Lido

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Lido Island

the famous Lido Island is located east of Venice and is connected to Venice via the vaporetto and is like a long and flat barrier Island measuring 11 kilometers (7-miles) long that separates the...
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San Giorgio Maggiore - Church and Island

from across the Piers along the shores of Piazza San Marco, you would see a grand and Large Church just across the Guidecca Canal from it which is the San Giorgio Maggiore Church located along...
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Museo Storico Navale - Naval Museum

A wide variety of exhibits include cannon, a WW1 (?) fire boat to destry enemy shipping, various guns, howitzers, a 2-man sub, lots of models of ships over the ages, uniforms... It's all arranged...
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Campo Santa Maria Formosa

Campo Santa Maria Formosa is certainly one of the more important squares in Venice as well as one of the largest. The three areas of Venice – Castello, Cannaregio, and San Marco converge on it....
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San Zaccaria Church

San Zaccaria has been rebuilt many times and this can be seen from outside. You can still see the red brick of the older part of the church and the marble facade of the newer church from Campo di San...
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Ponte dei Sospiri

a famous photo and selfie spot beside the doge palace along the Rio Palazzo De Canonica (Canal) is the infamous Bridge of Sighs (Ponte dei Sospiri), which looks magnificent on the outside but is very...
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"Lido - Protector of the Venetian Lagoon"
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Rhondaj

"Enjoyable Day On the Beach of Lido"
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luca68

"Venice"
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"Lido Island"
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"Lido di Venezia"
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