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Transport in Venice

My guide Last update 1 year ago
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Venice is a carfree city, so there are no buses, taxis or trams. Instead you have the vaporetto, a large waterbus, which drops you off at various key points throughout the city. The vaporetto is not cheap, EUR 6 per trip, and luggage is extra. If you intend making regular use of the waterbus, you're better off buying a 24 hour (EUR 12) or a 72 hour (EUR 25) ticket.
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