In another Venice for Cruisers article, we describe Transportation to the Port of Venice, a.k.a. getting to your ship. This article is about something different: how to reach Marco Polo Airport or Venice's city center after disembarking from a cruise ship.
First, an overview:
The Port of Venice has two main cruise terminal areas, the Stazione Marittima basin (used primarily by mid-size and large ships) and the San Basilio pier (reserved for small ships, mid-size ships when the main basin is at capacity, and the occasional yacht or hydrofoil ferry.)
In addition, the Sette Martiri or "Seven Martyrs" waterfront mooring above the Piazza San Marco is often used by visiting ships and river vessels that aren't beginning or ending cruises in Venice.
Now for an important warning:
On the following pages, you'll find detailed advice on ground transportation from the Stazione Marittima, San Basilio, and Sette Martiri cruise piers. Also see our More Resources page, which will point you to other useful transportation articles at Venice for Visitors.
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