Travel to Venice It is sure what you are thinking when you have reached this post or even, you may already have the tickets reserved and now you only have the fascinating moment to prepare the route and decide what places you want to know. Whatever your situation, we believe that although travel to Venice It is relatively easy, it does not hurt to know some data, so that the organization process is much simpler and more pleasant.
That is why after our two trips to the City of Canals, the first in a trip to Venice in 3 days and the second in which we wrote this travel guide to Venice, we have decided to publish this post on tips for traveling to VeniceIn which we will talk about the best time to travel, recommendations for accommodation, possible routes and places to visit, which we hope will help you with the travel arrangements.
Documentation for a trip to Venice
- If you are a Spanish citizen, from the EU or EEA, you can travel to Venice only with your ID or passport and you do not need to have any type of visa.
- If you are not going to be in Italy for more than 90 days, citizens of: Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Vatican City, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Colombia, El Salvador can only travel with a passport , United States, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, Nicaragua, New Zealand, Panama, Peru, Paraguay, Republic of Korea, San Marino, Switzerland, Singapore, Uruguay and Venezuela.
- If you have any other nationality, it is best to check with the Italian Embassy of your country to know the details to travel to Venice.
Transportation in Venice
Although Venice is a small city, in it you can find many means of transport, some of them water, to be able to move comfortably through the city. Keep in mind that if you are staying in the most central area or in the adjacent neighborhoods, you probably do not need to use any of them, except for the vaporetto, as an experience to travel the Grand Canal and the one you choose to go from the airport to Venice .
The vaporetto is probably the means of transport in Venice most used by tourists, as it is an experience in itself and we would even include it in the things to do in Venice.
Although there are many more lines, the most used by travelers are the following:
- Line 1: Without a doubt, this is the line that every traveler should use at least once and travel with it the Grand Canal. It has stops at the main tourist attractions that line the canal and our recommendation is that you take it in St. Mark's Square and arrive at Piazzale Roma and then return back to the city center.
- Line 3: If you have reached Piazzale Roma with line 1, from here you can take Line 3 to reach Murano Island.
- Line 7: This is the line that takes you from San Marcos Square to Murano Island.