… by Boat or Ship or Water Bus

Vaporetto Venezia Ferry in Venice
Water bus in Venice

Do you want to be romantic and get to Venice by boat or ferry?
Where can you take the boat to Venice?
How much is the ticket to Venice?
You have reached the maritime station – port terminal with a cruise and do not know how to get to Venice?
Here you will find all the information you need.

Getting to Venice by boat is definitely the most impressive but it is also the most expensive way.
The single ticket costs €7.50 each (I’m just speaking about public transportation – water buses).
Below you will find all the options                                               

People Mover Venice

From the Maritime Station – Port Terminal to Venice.

To reach Venice Piazzale Roma (starting point of Venice) from the Maritime Station / Port terminal you can use the People Mover.
The People Mover is a monorail train that connects the terminals of Piazzale Roma and Maritime station / Port. From Piazzale Roma you can reach the Rialto Bridge and San Marco square by water buses number 1 or number 2 with € 7.50 per trip (click here to view timetables and stops) or by foot (approximately 30 minutes for Rialto and 40 for Piazza San Marco)
The cost of the People Mover ticket is € 1.50. The journey takes about 4 minutes and there is a ride every 7 minutes. You can buy tickets  online or on-site (ticket office and cash machine). Click here to connect to the People Mover official website – you will find the start and end times of the service and the possibility to buy the ticket online.

From Punta Sabbioni to Venice

To reach Venice from Punta Sabbioni there are 3  different water buses (cost € 7.50):

Number 12 water bus (duration about 90 minutes, one ride every 60 minutes – passes through the islands of Murano and Burano and arrives at “Fondamenta Nove” which is located in the North of Venice)
Number 14 water bus (about 40 minutes, one ride every 30 minutes – passes through the island of Lido and arrives at San Marco square)
Number 15 water bus (duration about 30 minutes, there are only 7 trips every 24h – direct from Punta Sabbioni to Piazza San Marco)
In summary, it is better to avoid the number 12 water bus, except if you have to go to the north of Venice island.
Click here to view all the timetables from the official website. Just look for the number you are interested in from the list and click on “Apri”.
Tickets can be purchased:
online (click here)
– on site at the ticket office or at the automatic machines

From Fusina to Venice

Vaporetto a Rialto Ferry in Rialto Venice
Vaporetto a Rialto Ferry in Rialto Venice

To reach Venice from Fusina it is available the water bus number 16 (duration of about 25 minutes, a ride every 60 minutes) with last stop in Zattere which is located in the South of Venice. You can easily reach San Marco square by foot. It will takes around 20 minutes. The cost of 1 ride € 7.50. Click here to view all the timetables from the official website. Just look for the number you are interested in from the list and click on “Apri”.
Tickets can be purchased:
online (click here)
– on site at the ticket office or at the automatic machines

From Chioggia to Venice

To reach Venice from Chioggia, you can take the water bus number 11 (bus plus navigation service) or the direct seasonal water bus number 19 (which is currently suspended). Water bus number 11 will take you to the island of Lido. Then you will need to take the water bus number 1 to reach the island of Venice. It will cost € 7.50. Click here to view all the timetables from the official website. Just look for the number you are interested in from the list and click on “Apri”.
Tickets can be purchased:
online (click here)
– on site at the ticket office or at the automatic machines

In case you are in Chioggia and you want to reach Venice, I advise you to use the ATVO bus that takes you to Piazzale Roma (just summer service). This service is definitely more convenient, more frequent and faster. Click here to view the official website of the ATVO lines.

From Marco Polo Airport to Venice

You can reach Venice directly from Marco Polo airport with the boat called “Alilaguna” – you can take the blue or orange or red line according to the area where your hotel is located – BLUE line (San Marco, Lido, Murano), ARANCIO line (San Marco, Rialto), RED line (STAGIONAL ONLY – San Marco, Murano) – the ticket cost € 15.00 for Venice island and € 8.00 for Murano island – the duration depends on the stop where you get out in order to reach the Hotel more easily, anyway, reach San Marco Square takes about 1 hour – the timetables and all the stops of all lines can be found by clicking here
Tickets can be purchased:
Online by clicking here
– At the ticket offices at the arrivals hall and on the dock of the Marco Polo airport

You can download a free map of all the routes of all the Venice water buses by clicking here (free vaporetti/ferry/water buses map of Venice).

Free map of Venice (click here and follow the instruction in order to print and create your homemade free map of Venice).

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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