Lido di Venezia - Venice Lido
In summer, Venice's Lido is a popular Adriatic beach resort, but it's a convenient (and inexpensive) place to stay at any time of year.
The Lido di Venezia--or simply the "Lido," in local parlance--is a barrier island that separates the Venetian Lagoon from the Adriatic Sea. By vaporetto or public water bus, it's only a few minutes from Venice's historic center, which makes it popular as a dormitory suburb of Venice and a summer resort for tourists.
As a visitor, you may find the Lido appealing for several reasons:
In this guide, we'll cover the Lido's high points and offer advice on topics such as hotels, transportation, and what to do during your stay.
To get started, go to page 2, where we'll give you an overview of the Lido di Venezia and its location in the Venetian Lagoon.
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