Venice is easily reachable by car, either with the use of public transport.
By shuttle bus ATVO direct from Caorle to Venice (Piazzale Roma). From here to reach the famous square
San Marco you can use the vaporetto choosing between various scenic routes.
For information, see web site ATVO (http://www.atvo.it) with regard to the bus, while as regards the vaporetto
see ACTV web site (http://www.actv.it).
An alternative is to use their cars to get to the nearby resort of Punta Sabbioni or Treporti where there is a ferry which goes directly to Venice.
Here you can choose the shortest path that starts from Treporti or Punta Sabbioni and then tap Lido (via the mighty fort of St. Andrew masterpiece of Renaissance military architecture built by Sammicheli in 1543, as well as for the ancient church of S . Nicholas made familiar by the pictures of Canaletto and Guardi) and finally reach the San Zaccaria stop is a stone's throw from Piazza San Marco. Alternatively, always starting from Treporti you can reach Venice via the famous islands of St. Francis of the Desert, Burano (famous for its lace) and Torcello and Murano (famous for its glass art). From here you can change
fast ferry from the Piazza San Marco.
It is also possible to visit Venice, starting directly from Caorle Caorle through motorboat that from Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to 16.00 takes tourists by sea to Venice through the entire Adriatic coastline (beach of Eraclea, Jesolo and Cavallino).
For more information Click here
- Hello Venezia (information on schedules and fares for tickets to Venice, what to visit to eat with a phone number.)
- Apt di Venezia (APT of Venice, news, events, information for visiting Venice)
- Comune di Venezia (site of the town of Venice, about Venice and surrounding area)