Arriving in Venice
Arriving in Venice – Venice stands in the middle of the Lagoon, and there are no cars, motorbikes, bikes, trains or buses inside the city. The only ways of moving around are on foot or by boat. Motorboats are allowed but have to respect a series of strict rules about speed and timings. Many canals are one.way.
There’s a train station (Venezia Santa Lucia) that brings you directly into the heart of town. Steps away from the train station stands Piazzale Roma, car and bus terminal. Piazzale Roma also has a People Mover station, transporting people from the Maritime Station into the historical city.
Your professional English speaking escort will meet you at the Airport, or at the Train Station, or at the Maritime Station, or at Piazzale Roma (car terminal) and escort you on a private watertaxi to your hotel or apartment.
Arriving in Venice you will enjoy canal navigation. There’s a net of 150 canals, the most spectacular are the Grand Canal, sneaking into the city for about 2 & a half miles, and the Giudecca Canal, Venice, seen from the water is breathtakingly beautifaul. With our transers & guide services you’ll be able to make the best of your time and you’ll bring back wonderful souvenirs of our region!
Departing from Venice: you’ll be picked up by your professional English speaking assistant, that will escort to your private watertaxi heading Venice airport, Maritime Station or Venezia Santa Lucia train station.
Once in Venice, there’s so much to see and do! Allow yourself at least 4 or 5 days – or more – if you wish to explore some of the other Veneto towns, such as Verone, Vicenza, Padua Treviso, or if you wish to enjoy the splendid Dolomites.
Porterage services are available on request.