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ABOVE: The station toilets are cheaper than Venice's municipal toilets (€1, compared to €1,50 for the city's). If you don't have a coin for the turnstile, use the change machine next to the entrance.

"Where are the toilets (WCs)?"

photoPublic lavatories are in an open corridor facing Track 1. Head left as you leave your train's platform, or right if you're entering the train shed from the station hall.

The toilets are clearly marked with a blue "WC" sign. The bad news is that you'll have to pay; the good news is that requiring euro coins keeps the riff-raff out.

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