How to get there

Venice can be reached in the most beautiful, elegant and natural manner of course by ship, as of Jesolo and Caorle.

Coming from the sea, the pearl of the Adriatic opens way more eventful as for those who prefer a secular arriving by car (parking garage ~ 35 euro / day).

But whatever way you choose: The last meters are almost all equally hard. Because the most places can be reached only by foot. (except if your chosen hotel is so noble that they can afford a private jetty).

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Men waving their hands from roadside…

Guests arriving by car will notice, just before the arrival on the mainland when the weather is good: Waving men at the roadside.

This is obviously not the welcome committee, but parking bouncers who try to lure you into an expensive parking space. Expensive because necessary boat transfer is not included.

So carry on, better find a parking on the island.

  • Car parking: ~ 35,- € per day

  • Bus Caorle - Venice: about 1 hour (60km)

  • Shipfrom von Caorle: about 2 bis 2 ½ you should take into account each way.
    From Jesolo/Punta Sabbioni: about 30-45 minutes.

  • Train: Remember: Tickets must be stamped on the machine before entering the platform. And the Venice railway station is called Santa Lucia.

It is still not to the extent that one has to reserve a parking space on the island, but just in case, you never know (yet: Italian skills are helpful here):


Garage San Marco spa

• Piazzale Roma 467 / F

• 30135 Venezia (VE)

• Phone +39 041 5232213


Garage Venezia Tues Girardi Mauro & C.

• Piazzale Roma 466

• 30135 Venezia (VE)

• Phone +39 041 5228725


Autorimessa Comunale ASM Venezia

• 365 / b, S. Croce

• 30135 Venezia (VE)

• Phone +39 041 2727301 - fax +39 041 723131

You can find them here:


Hertz: Marco Polo airport, Piazzale Roma, Mestre train station. [link]


Avis: Marco Polo airport [link]


Sixt: Marco Polo airport [link]

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