FAQs

VENICE FAQs

What are FAQs?
The FAQ translation is “Frequently Asked Questions“.
I have been working in tourism for almost 15 years and I am a native of Venice.
Below you will find most part of the questions that are normally asked by tourists that want to visit Venice. All the questions you will read, are questions that have been asked to me several times.

If you have any other questions you can contact me directly at the email address venice4all@gmail.com.
Before contacting me I suggest you read the FASQ page (Frequently Asked Stupid Questions) because if your question was among those questions, be sure that I will never answer you (there are questions that do not deserve an answer and made by stupid tourist).

How can I get to Venice?
You can get to Venice by train, by bus, by car (up to Piazzale Roma) or by tram

Where can I find a free map of Venice?
Directly on this web-site. Click here to view the page

What’s the name of the Venice train station?
Venice Santa Lucia (PAY ATTENTION; the station “Venezia Mestre” is the wrong one – stay in the train – Venice Santa Lucia is the last stop)

What’s the name of the Venice bus stop? What’s the name of the Venice Tram stop?
Piazzale Roma (last stop – end of line)

Which bus should I take to get to Venice? and what is the frequency?
It depends on where you start. Click here to read the article with all the explanations

Which Tram should I take to get to Venice? and what is the frequency?
It depends on where you start. Click here to read the article with all the explanations

Where can I park the car to go to Venice?
In Piazzale Roma (very expensive) or in the surrounding areas. Click here to read the article with all the explanations and the indicative costs

How can I reach Venice from Marco Polo airport?
You can reach Venice by bus, by taxi or by boat. Click here to read the article with all the explanations and costs

How can I reach Venice from Canova di Treviso airport?
You can reach Venice by bus or taxi. Click here to read the article with all the explanations and costs

Can I get to Venice by boat?
Of course but starting just from some points. Click here to read the article with all the explanations.How much does the bus cost to get to Venice? How much does the Tram cost to reach Venice?
It depends on the starting point. However, from Mestre to Venice the cost is € 1.50

How much is a Vaporetto ride in Venice?
€ 7.50 for 75 minutes

How much is the train to reach Venice?
It depends on the departure station. However, from Mestre to Venice the cost is € 1.30

Are there any packages or travel card for tourists that include Venice transportation?
Sure. The packages / travel card include all buses, trams and water buses (NO train) and cost: € 20.00 per person for 24 hours, € 30.00 per person for 48 hours, € 40.00 per person for 72 hours and € 60.00 per person for 1 week. Click here to read the article with all the explanations

With these packages / travel card can I also go to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello?
Certainly. ALWAYS REMEMBER thta it will takes a lot of time. From Venice to Murano it takes about 40/50 minutes, from Murano to Burano another 20/25 and another 25 minutes to return to Venice (“Fondamenta Nove” water bus stop)

Where can I buy single tickets for transport or tourist packages / travel card?
You can buy them in different ways: Automatic machines distributed in the territory, tobacco shops, information offices of Mestre and Venice, at the water buses stops.

How much is a gondola ride?
€ 80.00 for 30 minutes per gondola during the day. € 100.00 for 30 minutes per gondola during the night.

How long does it take to get to the Rialto bridge by foot? and Piazza San Marco?
It depends on the starting point. However, starting from the train station or from the nearby bus stop (Piazzale Roma), you can reach the Rialto bridge in about 30 minutes and Piazza San Marco with another 10 minutes (without getting lost and without shopping).

How long does it take to get to the Rialto bridge by boat? and Piazza San Marco?
It depends on the starting point. However, starting from the train station or the nearby bus stop (Piazzale Roma), you can take line 1 (more touristic with many stops) or line 2 (faster and with few stops). With line 1 San Marco is reached in about 30/35 minutes while with line 2 it takes about 20/25 minutes.

For any other informations you can fill out the form that you will find at the end of this page. I will aswer you as soon as possible. Venice 4 all and all 4 Venice.

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