From: Venice Waterbus Stops
Lis the boat and bus transportation hub of Venice's island beach resort, the Lido di Venezia. On the land side of the station, you can catch buses to other parts of the Lido and to towns along the long, narrow strip of land that runs south between the Venetian Lagoon and the Adriatic Sea.
Lido S.M.E. is served by local vaporetti, ships to the northern reaches of the Lagoon, and Alilaguna Marco Polo Airport boats. Boat services include:
The station is quite large, so check the signs above the embarkation bays before going to your boat. (Ticket counters and machines are available.)
From Lido S.M.E., you can cross the street and reach any number of hotels along the Granviale Santa Maria Elisabetta, the Lido's main business street, which runs from the station to the Adriatic beaches. If you're looking for a more relaxed experience, see our listings of Lido villa and resort hotels.
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