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Jesolo represents the ideal starting point to visit the three Venetian regions and, obviously, Venice is the most important destination for almost everybody. There are three possible ways to reach Venice, each one of them with a different charm and interest. The quickest way, made so by the direct transport link from Jesolo, is Punta Sabbioni, very last bit of land that enclose the lagoon,

from where, in only 40 minutes on a public motor-ship or motor-boat, you get straight to Piazza S. Marco, saving 30 minutes walk; that much it would, in fact, take you were you to walk from the S. Lucia station. On the other hand this is the original entrance to Venice, the one that was once used by the big galleons of the Republic. Venice may be reached through yet another lagoon route on public boats, namely the one that departs from Treporti, still in the Cavallino peninsula, which enables you to get to Venice, in around one hour, doubling the well known isles of S. Francesco del Deserto, Burano, Torcello and Murano.

Then, with your car or by bus, you may be in Piazzale Roma in more or less an hour, on the roads along the side of the lagoon, going past Marco Polo airport in Tessera and crossing the famous Ponte della LibertÓ, which connects Venice to the main land. Not far from Tessera-airport are the remains of Altino, an ancient Roman city, with its magnificent archaeological museum.

 

 

 

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Ferry-boats every c.ca 30 minutes, 41 min. estimated ferry time, from 5:45 until 23:35 from Punta Sabbioni to Venice
 

From Punta Sabbioni to Piazza S. Marco Eur. 3 one way

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Single ticket per person, bus plus ferry-boat from any zone of Jesolo, to Piazza S. Marco, Eur.9  return.
Single ticket per person, one day validity, that is to say with the possibility of taking advantage of the ferry-boats throughout the whole day, bus plus ferry-boat from any zone of Jesolo, to Piazza S. Marco Eur.13 

 

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Jesolo represents the ideal starting point to visit the three Venetian regions and, obviously, Venice is the most important destination for almost everybody. There are three possible ways to reach Venice, each one of them with a different charm and interest. The quickest way, made so by the direct transport link from Jesolo, is Punta Sabbioni, very last bit of land that enclose the lagoon, from where, in only 40 minutes on a public motor-ship or motor-boat, you get straight to Piazza S. Marco, saving 30 minutes walk; that much it would, in fact, take you were you to walk from the S. Lucia station. On the other hand this is the original entrance to Venice, the one that was once used by the big galleons of the Republic. Venice may be reached through yet another lagoon route on public boats, namely the one that departs from Treporti, still in the Cavallino peninsula, which enables you to get to Venice, in around one hour, doubling the well known isles of S. Francesco del Deserto, Burano, Torcello and Murano. Then, with your car or by bus, you may be in Piazzale Roma in more or less an hour, on the roads along the side of the lagoon, going past Marco Polo airport in Tessera and crossing the famous Ponte della LibertÓ, which connects Venice to the main land. Not far from Tessera-airport are the remains of Altino, an ancient Roman city, with its magnificent archaeological museum.