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From: Venice Railroad Station
1 The side door is on the left side of Venice Santa Lucia Station's train shed as you're coming from the platforms.
When you go through the archway (above), you'll see a blue sign on the brick wall. The sign has baggage and wheelchair icons, and an arrow shows the way to the Grand Canal.
2 A gently sloping, relatively smooth stone path leads past the station building (right) toward the Grand Canal.
3 The bottom of the path widens out into a small square, with a bookstore to your left and the ACTV vaporetto ticket office straight ahead. (Most water buses are wheelchair-accessible; for more information, see our Vaporetto Routes and Accessible Venice articles.)
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|Venice railroad station|
|Arriving by train|
|Departing by train|
|Frequently asked questions (FAQ):|
|Where can I store baggage?|
|Where are the toilets (WCs)?|
|Does the station have food and shopping?|
|Does the station have facilities for disabled travelers?|
|How do I contact the police or the lost-and-found?|
|Wheelchair, stroller, and wheeled-luggage ramp|
|Venice railroad station hotels|
|Mestre to Venice by train|
|Mestre railroad station|
|How to buy train tickets from Trenitalia vending machines (Rome for Visitors)|
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