From: Venice Waterbus Stops
Sis the public waterbus stop for San Lazzaro degli Armeni, a tiny Lagoon island near the Lido that is named after St. Lazarus, the patron saint of lepers.
The island has been a monastery since the early 1700s. Today, several dozen Armenian monks, seminarians, and students live and work in a monastery that has a 150,000-volume library and more than 4,000 Armenian manuscripts. Tours are available at 3:25 p.m. daily.
The San Lazzaro station is served by:
The 3:10 p.m. vaporetto from San Zaccaria will get you to the island in time for the 3:25 p.m. tour. (The boat stops at S. Servolo on the way.) To confirm departure and arrival times, see the current seasonal ACTV timetable.
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