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pulic transport to and from venice

We are looking at visiting Venice in April and possibly staying on the mainland - maybe in Marghera. It seems hard to pin down how much it costs per person to go into Venice for the day and how often the train/bus commutes. Does anyone have idea of this or the most useful website/s

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1. Re: pulic transport to and from venice

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3. Re: pulic transport to and from venice

The frequency can vary greatly depending on the exact location and which bus lines pass near your hotel. Schedules are also drastically reduced in Marghera on Sundays and holidays.

Trains tend to be frequent during the morning, lunch, and evening rush hours, and almost nonexistent other times of the day.

Marghera is basically a suburban industrial area with some residential pockets scattered through it, but something completely different from Venice.

The ACTV buses are included in the Tourist Travel Card which also covers all the vaporettos around Venice itself, except for travel to/from the airport.

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