& Alilaguna Boat Stops
Our directory of 76 vaporetto and airport-boat stations has aerial images, route
numbers, and more.
ABOVE: A sailor on an ACTV public water bus handles
mooring lines at the Fondamente Nove station.
This directory has pages for
76 ACTV and Alilaguna waterbus stations in Venice and the Venetian Lagoon.
On each page, you'll find a satellite map, one or more photos, and other station
Waterbus stations come in a variety of shapes and sizes,
from small single-platform stations without ticket machines to large
stations with ticket counters, turnstiles, waiting rooms, and vending
machines that sell tickets and
Tourist Travel Cards. See Types of Venice
Waterbus Stations for examples of the two basic categories.
If you don't have a valid ticket or tourist travel card before boarding
an ACTV water bus and are unable to obtain one at the station,
read these instructions to avoid embarrassment
and a large
In stations with multiple platforms or
ticket booth or ticket machine (if available) is often located at only one
of the platforms.
We've omitted a few out-of-the-way commuter stops (such as
Caroman, south of Pellestrina) that are of little interest to visitors and
aren't included on ACTV's
official route map.
For more information about Venice public transportation (including routes,
fares, and tourist passes), go to the "Related
articles" menu at the bottom of this page or view our
Venice transportation index.
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written about Venice, Italy since 1996.
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Venice for Visitors) with Cheryl
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