Vaporetto Map Venice Pdf Download
Are you looking for the Venice waterbus map? Do you want to know the vaporetto/water buses routes? do you want to know which vaporetto/water bus take you to San Marco or Rialto? Which water buses take you to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello?
Vaporetto Map Venice Pdf Download
Dear All, I am travelling to venice on 6 MAY 2015 and I will reach Marco Polo at 10:00 AM. And I have to take the flight from Marco Polo to Lisbon at 5:00 PM on the same day. Kindly suggest me regarding the city trip. Is it possible to take a short city view in between 10 AM and to 5PM. And if yes which will be the best route for me via Vaporette (which line I should take). Mainly I want to cover Grand canal and other stop in between the way of Grand canal. Kindly suggest.
Venice > Localtransportation > ACTV maps & timetablesACTV Maps, Timetables, and AppsView schedules or download PDF files to your computer, tablet, orsmartphone from the Venice public-transportation network's Web site. Appsfor iPhones and Android phones are also available.ABOVE: This thumbnail shows ACTV's easy-to-readroute map, which you can download as a large, scalable PDF file from ACTV's Website.
Venice'swaterbus routes change from time to time. This means that printed maps and guidebook descriptions ofvaporettolines, which are operated by the transit agency ACTV, are frequently out of date.Please notethat routes are subject to change and seasonal variation. When in doubt, checkthe timetables at the vaporetto stops.
If you've used public transportation in Venice previously,don't be surprised if some boat stations look unfamiliar. ACTV has builtseveral large stations in the last few years, and platforms have beenrenumbered or shifted around at major existing stations such as PiazzaleRoma, Ferrovia, and Rialto.Click here to download ACTVmaps and official timetables in PDF format. (Also consult the localtimetables on station platforms, which sometimes are more up to date thanthe official published timetables.)if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[300,250],'europeforvisitors_com-large-leaderboard-2','ezslot_5',137,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-europeforvisitors_com-large-leaderboard-2-0');City Center1TheNo. 1 local line (see Vaporetto Line 1- Grand Canal) zigzags between 20 stations on its way from thePiazzale Roma to the Lido. It's popular with tourists because it offersa leisurely tour of the Grand Canal and offers a quick way to get fromone side of the canal to the other, but its open decks tend to bejammed from April through October and on weekends.Tip: To avoid crowds ofdaytrippers, take the No. 1 toward San Marco late in the evening.2This semi-express line runs from San Zaccaria(just above the Piazza San Marco) through theGiudecca Canal to the Piazzale Roma, and the railway station. Duringthe day, boats continue up the Grand Canal to Rialto, with a smallernumber continuing to San Marco (Giardinetti). Note: This line also runs inthe opposite direction, so read the placards or electronic signs beforeboarding.2/Linea 2/ is separate from Linea 2. It runs betweenPiazzale Roma, Ferrovia, and Rialto (or vice versa) and is a convenientway to reach hotels in the Rialto Bridge area from airport buses, taxis,and the railroad station.Circolare (Circular) Routes4.14.2No.4.1 is a counterclockwise circolare route that runs fromFondamente Nove to the SanMichele cemetery, Murano, the railroad station, Piazzale Roma,Giudecca, San Zaccaria, then back to the Fondamente Nove and Murano withmore than two dozen stops along the way.No. 4.2 covers the same route in a clockwisedirection.Note: Early in the morning and late in the evening,the routes are abbreviated. See the timetables at the boat stops orthe Actv Web site for details.5.15.2Motoscafi lines5.1 and 5.2 cover the same route in twodirections:.No. 5.1 is a counterclockwise routethat connects the Lido to Fondamente Nove, on the northern or lagoon sideof Venice's historic center. From there, it continues through theCannaregio Canal to the railway station and Piazzale Roma beforeheading up the Giudecca Canal and continuing on to San Zaccaria, Giardini,and S. Elena on its way back to the Lido.No. 5.2 is a clockwise route that serves thesame stops.Note: Early in the morning and late in the evening,the routes are abbreviated. See the timetables at the boat stops orthe Actv Web site for details.6No. 6 runs from Piazzale Roma to the Lido via the Giudecca Canalwith stops at Zattere, Giardini Biennale, andS. Elena. (Boats also go in the opposite direction.) It runs seven daysa week during the main tourist season; before late May and after earlySeptember, it doesn't operate on Sundays.3The "Diretto Murano" boat serviceconnects the Piazzale Roma and the railroad station to the five boatstops on the glassmaking island of Murano.9This small-boat passenger ferry runs between Burano and Torcello.Seasonal Routes (spring to early fall)7The No. 7 water bus runs from San Zaccaria (platform "D") to severalstops on the glassmaking island of Murano.10Linea 10 operates between Lido SME andZattere via SanMarco Giardinetti. (No service on Sundays.)18Boats of Linea 18 connect Murano with the agricultural island ofSant'Erasmo and the Lido di Venezia. Service is infrequent, and the lineoperates only during a short period each summer.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[300,250],'europeforvisitors_com-leader-1','ezslot_7',141,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-europeforvisitors_com-leader-1-0');Lagoon Routes(Burano, Torcello, etc.)12From theFondamente Nove, widebodied vaporetto-style boats run toMurano, Torcello, Mazzorbo, Burano, Treporti, and Punta Sabbioni.These are the boatsyou'll ride if you take our do-it-yourselfVenice islands tour, which usespublic transportation and is far cheaper than guided tours.14Boats on this line depart fromSan Zaccaria Pietàabove the Piazza San Marco, go to the Lido, and continue to PuntaSabbioni in the Venetian Lagoon.Like route 22 (see below), route 14 isconvenient for guests at campgrounds near Punta Sabbioni.15Line 15 is identical to Line 14,minus the Lido stop. (It's a direct express service between Venice andPunta Sabbioni or vice versa.)22Linea 22 runs from PuntaSabbioni to Ospedale, Fondamente Nove, and Tre Archi (Cannaregio Canal)in Venice's historic center. Service is extremely limited, but the boatis worth considering if you're staying at a campground on Punta Sabbioniand want to catch a boat for Venice early in the morning.20No.20 connects San Zaccariawith the islands ofSan Servolo and San Lazzaro degli Armeni, where theArmenian monks offer a monastery tour.13This off-the-beaten-pathmotoscafo line starts at Fondamente Nove in Venice, stops inMurano, and then calls at the untouristed islands of Vignole,Lazzaretto, and San Erasmo. Some boats continue to the commuterpark-and-ride lot at Treporti. Boats also run in the return direction.11This route offers a coordinatedautobus and waterbus service from the Lido to Pellestrina and Chioggia.See our Venice to Chioggia article.Car Ferry17No. 17 is an automobile and passenger ferrybetween Venice's Tronchetto parking island and the Lido di Venezia.Night routesNThe ACTV runs special"Night Routes" that offer abbreviated services during the wee hours. Fordetails, visitwww.actv.it.Special routesTerminal FusinaTerminal Fusinaruns two pedestrian boat lines from its parking lot at Fusina, on themainland to the south of the Mestre-Marghera industrial zone.One line(16, Linea Fusina-Venezia) connects with Zattere (on the Giudecca Canal, side of Dorsoduro.The other (Linea Venezia-Alberoni) runs to the Lido's Alberoni beach.19Linea Clodia leaves Chioggia for Venice in the morning, with returnservice to Chioggia in late afternoon. It's useful if you're staying inChioggia or the resort of Sottomarina and want to make a day trip intoVenice.AlilagunaSee ourVenice Airport Boat article forinformation on Alilaguna, whichconnects Marco Polo Airport to the city center, Murano, the Lido diVenezia, and theMarittima cruise terminal.Also see:Vaporetto Line 1 (Grand Canal)Venice Vaporetto and Bus FaresBuying Vaporetto TicketsACTV Ticket Machines"Which Venice transportationpass do I need?"Venice Local Transportation IndexSince 1997, we've helped 30+million travelers plan trips to Venice, Italy.AboutVenice for VisitorsGetting started:Introducing VeniceArriving in VeniceLocal transportationWhat to see and doOther popular topics:Acqua alta (flooding)Cruise portLido di VeneziaMestre and MargheraMurano (glassisland)Need a car, SUV, or van inEurope?If you live outside theEU, a tax-free Renault, Peugeot, or Citroën tourist car lease can be cheaper than renting for visits of21 days or longer.Minimum driver age is18, there's no upper age limit, and rates include insurance. 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A vaporetto, the Venetian water bus or public ferry, arriving on the Grand Canal in Venice.The vaporetto (www.actv.it) is a public ferry service that operates, for all intents and purposes, as the bus network of Venice.
To find a vaporetto office or station in Venice, just look for a sign with the Actv logo: a disc that's green on the top half and blue on the bottom bisected by a white line that looks a bit like a heart monitor reading.
You can buy a biglietto (ticket) for the vaporetto either at the ticket kiosks by major vaporetto fermate (docks), or on board the boat (though make sure you seek out the conductor immediately to do so, or you may be assessed a hefty fine).