Venice is the city of lovers, the city of the Doges and their palaces but it’s also a strange city where the streets are made of water… No wonder that the means of transport have been adapted!
The means of transport most used is the vaporetto in Venice. These small boats crisscross the city but also the Venice lagoon. The ferries service the islands of Murano and Burano, famous for their crafts. This dense network of public transport therefore allows you to move in the city or in the lagoon as you would otherwise by bus or metro. Lines the most popular with tourists are the numbers 1 and 82 who travel the Grand Canal and offers a beautiful view of the palace.Read More »Getting around in Venice?