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Ferries Venice

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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The Port of Venice is one of the most important in the Mediterranean and plays a key role in the city's economy through cargo traffic, tourism and also specializes in cruise traffic. The port is located between the island of Tronchetto and Piazzale Roma.

The port area of Venice hosts considerable passenger and commercial traffic, providing through hydrofoils and ferries an excellent connection service. In addition, the port area in front of the ferry embarkations from Venice enjoys an excellent organizational plan of embarkation and disembarkation activities.

The port is developed in areas dedicated and equipped for the reception of ferries, private boats and cruises. In fact, the port reality is characterized by the polyvalence of services offered.

🚢 Passengers in transit through the port will be able to take advantage of the rides provided by the major shipping companies. From and to Venice ferries depart to Greece, to Patras, Igoumenitsa and Corfù ; In addition there are also routes to Croatia such as Porec and Rovinj. The shipping companies that operate the routes are Anek Lines, Minoan Lines, and Venezia Lines.

The frequency of sailings varies according to seasonality, with some routes operating year-round and some only during peak season.

Due to its geographical location in the center of the lagoon, it is natural that the main transportation of people and goods is by sea.
In addition to typical Venetian gondolas, vaporettos operate between the main canals.

The port of Venice has three separate entrances to better organize passenger and cargo traffic. Commercial container and tanker traffic is concentrated in Marghera. Ferries assigned for international connections dock in the historic center at the Maritime Station. In the same area, cruise ships dock at the Port of Venice.

🏧 Near the Venice Maritime Terminals you will find the necessary services for your needs during transit, such as information desk, ATM and exchange office, waiting room, restrooms, luggage lockers, snack/beverage dispensers, and waiting room. Parking areas are also available.

Venice ferries About Venice

Venice is one of the most fascinating cities in the world, it is the only city built entirely on water, rich in history and culture, it will leave you breathless. 

Grand Canal is the most famous attraction in all of Venice, the first one you will find upon landing in the city. It is a wide canal that runs through the entire historic center of Venice, dividing it in two. In total it has a length of 4 km. You will not be able to miss a boat ride in the Grand Canal using the vaporetto.

One of the most famous squares in the world is undoubtedly St. Mark's Square, you will find it at the end of the Grand Canal, the Venetians celebrate the wonderful Carnival of Venice there, and right on the square are two iconic monuments of the city: the Basilica San Marco and the Campanile.

Venice and its bridges are the emblem of the city. The city has more than 500 bridges, the most famous of which are the Bridge of Sighs and the Rialto Bridge, the first bridge to cross the Grand Canal.

Venice is home to some beautiful and typical neighborhoods. If you are looking for souvenirs or local products, the Cannaregio district is the place to be. The pedestrian street is quiet and far from the hustle and bustle of St. Mark's Square.
The sestiere of Castello, a large area of Venice, owes its name to its ancient fortress. Here you can visit the Naval History Museum. Stroll through the neighborhood and admire the simple, understated houses.

Do not leave Venice without visiting the three islands of the Lagoon.
Murano is the most famous for its glass art and glass museum.
Burano is typical and spectacular for its colorful houses and lace industry.
Torcello, the largest of the three islands, is a kind of ghost town and is home to the oldest church.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Via Autostrade del Mare (Via dell'Elettronica s.n.c.) 30176 Venezia (VE) 

GPS coordinates: latitude 45.439920 longitude 12.311160

The terminal is served by the A57, A4 and A13 highways. Santa Lucia train station is about 350 meters from Piazzale Roma. Another railway station, Mestre, is 10 km from the city of Venice.
Venice International Airport - Marco Polo is 15 km from the city.
Bus services, public water buses and cabs are available.

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