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Travel with us by motorized Venice vaporetto. Think of it as public city bus on wheels, but with a far better view. Follow us on social network search for "muoversivenezia"
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Isola Nova del Tronchetto 32, 30135 Venice, Italy
Santa Croce
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+39 041 2424
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Get a multi pass for this , much better than €7.50 per sector! Can get very busy, beware of standing near the sides, especially during docking, you may get wet!

Thank GetThereQuicker
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Water bus was excellent. Daily ticket was brilliant. Spent loads of time up and down canal. Lots of great buildings to view

Thank cleo464
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Vaporetto service (busses on water) are the best cost effective way to travel around Venice. The best option is to get a 1 day (Euro 20) or 3 days pass, this works out much cheaper than purchasing a single trip ticket (Euro 7.50)

Thank Mendip_Man_10
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you need to get to many places in Venice, it is probably most economical to buy day pass. It runs regularly and is efficient!

Thank asiana747
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

But a ticket for the period you are here and then just hop on and hop off. They are busy and fast and they make you feel part of the city. Although it is great to walk and get lost and then find your bearings...More

Thank Baggiesguy
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The vaporetto is the most most affordable way to travel around. Sometimes it is easier just to walk. I did not like the overcrowded boat and having to stand for extended periods of time. They seem too be pretty worn out and very loud if...More

Thank scuba14u
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Easiest and cheapest way to see the city, hop on hop off. Buy a weekend pass which makes Vaporetto very cost effective. Essentially they are water busses with no frills but very handy.

Thank Trevorkmcc2020
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is the very handy water bus for Venice that will drop you at various points along the canal. It's also a nice way to see the sights between destinations. It's €7.50 a trip so opt for unlimited if you can/need to.

Thank Brónagh S
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is the transportation up and down the canal and it works well. Frequent runs make it useable but it gets really crowded during rush hour and you need to wait for the next boat. Buy the pass for unlimited rides. Also runs to Murano!

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This is a very water bus when going in and out of Venice and nearby islands. It costs 7.50 euro per trip per person.

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pte-traveller
18 August 2018|
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Response from Madfc | Reviewed this property |
We managed with two extra large hard shell suitcases & two smaller ones. Little ‘stressful‘ getting on and off but mainly because cases were so heavy. Vaporettos were busy but we had no problems.
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Jazydog
16 August 2018|
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Response from Ralf K | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you can go by boat to the city with the orange line ( Alilaguna). so it depends to your arrival. You should check their timetable on their website. You should have another possibility to go by a private water taxi from... More
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BHIMAN527
15 August 2018|
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Response from DavidandPaula | Reviewed this property |
As per other answer. You have not mentioned how long you are staying. You may want to consider an all day ticket as the ticket machines can get a bit busy out away from the station and you may be in a bit of a rush to board.
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