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Piazzale Roma (P.le Roma)

From: Venice Waterbus Stops

Piazzale Roma is the final stop for motorized traffic arriving in Venice. It's where you'll disembark if you arrive by airport bus or land taxi.

From Piazzale Roma, you can walk to nearby hotels or catch public vaporetti and motoscafi water buses to locations throughout Venice's historic center.

Piazzale Roma ACTV station

The busy station is served by:

If you didn't buy ACTV waterbus tickets or a Tourist Travel Card at the airport, you can obtain them at the ACTV office in the Piazzale Roma (look for a small brick building) or from ticket booths and ACTV ticket vending machines near the boat platforms along the canal.

 Piazzale Roma ACTV station mapThe Piazzale Roma station is large and spread out, with pontili or pontoons scattered along the waterfront.

Consult an ACTV map to find your boat's route number, then check the route numbers on the boat platforms.

(Click the thumbnail at right for a larger photo of a Piazzale Roma station diagram.)

Back to: Index of Venice ACTV and Alilaguna waterbus stops

Also see:
Introduction to ACTV & Alilaguna boat stops
Types of Venice waterbus stations
What to do if you don't have a ticket

Related articles:
Venice water buses (what you need to know)
Vaporetto routes
Vaporetto Line 1 (Grand Canal)
Vaporetto fares
ACTV ticket machines
ACTV 24-hour to 7-day travel passes
ACTV maps and timetables
Alilaguna airport boats
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Durant Imboden photo.Durant Imboden has written about Venice, Italy since 1996. He covered Venice and European travel at for 4-1/2 years before launching Europe for Visitors (including Venice for Visitors) with Cheryl Imboden in 2001.

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