The best way to move in Venice is walking. The public transport is the Vaporetto ACTV (public water bus). Please note, May is the high season and public boats are often crowded; you may have to wait for another boat to come.

Here you can find all the prices and the timetables:

One way ticket € 7,50 – It is also possible to buy a travel card


  • 20,00 € – 1-DAY TRAVELCARD
  • 30,00 € – 2 DAYS TRAVELCARD
  • 40,00 € – 3 DAYS TRAVELCARD
  • 60,00 € – 7 DAYS TRAVELCARD

Private transport:

Another option is to use a private water taxi within the city centre. The price is approximately € 70,00 up to four people with one large luggage each. For each extra person the charge is € 10,00 and for each extra piece of luggage the amount is € 5,00.

  • Consorzio Motoscafi +39- 041 5222303 website
  • Venezia Taxi +39- 328 2389661 website
  • Venezia Turismo +39- 041 2770563 website
  • Veneziana Motoscafi +39- 041 716922 website


The public transport is the Autobus ACTV. Here you can find all the lines and the timetables:

The price is € 1,50 one way and the buses connect Venice to Mestre 24/7. The trip is around 15 – 20 minutes from the centre of Mestre to Piazzale Roma.


You can reach the Lido of Venice using the Vaporetto boat or the ferry from the Tronchetto.

The Vaporetto boat connects Venice to Santa Maria Elisabetta 24/7, here you can find the lines and the timetables:

With the ferry boat you can reach the Island with the car. Here you can find all the information you might need: