Getting around in Venice:

Public transport
Water taxis
on foot

Public transport, unlike other cities, in Venice they move on water and are called “vaporeto” or “batelo”. The “imbarcadero” are the docks where the ferries go up or down and are present along the major canals that run through Venice. To see the routes the map is on the side.

Each “imbarcadero” indicates which shipping line arrives and the direction of the path. Remember before entering nell’imbarcadero obliterate your ticket, you will find in the main piers of turnstiles used to manage the access flow. The ACTV staff will always be there to help you on the main landing stages.

In the periods of greater tourist inflow, the purchase of tickets can be made online on-line. Then change the voucher you will receive at the automatic cash machines present in the main wharves, or at the cash desk with staff, having the opportunity to choose the type of ticket that best meets your needs.

Prices and types of tickets

Single journey ticket costs € 7.50 and is valid for 75 minutes from the time of first use, with the possibility of changing vehicles during the validity period.

Daily tickets: these are perhaps the cheapest in terms of cost for those visiting Venice for one or more days and are planning to visit the islands of Murano and Burano. The daily tickets are valid from the moment of first use and are valid:

€ 20.00 – 1 DAY TICKET
€ 30.00 – 2-DAY TICKET
€ 40.00 – 3-DAY TICKET
€ 60.00 – TICKET 7 DAYS

to buy the ticket online you can do it directly from us

ACTV for day tickets does not provide for reduction for age groups, so if you are a family with children over 6 years the rate for them is that for an adult.

If you are staying outside Venice, and use public transportation. the cost of the urban ACTV ticket is € 1.50 not sold on board.