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Venice Vaporetto Fares

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ABOVE: An ACTV motoscafo in the Cannaregio Canal.

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The fares listed on page 2 of this article are for visitors to Venice and its suburbs. Prices for single boat trips are shockingly (some might say "obscenely") high, so consider buying a one- to seven-day Tourist Travel Card, a Venezia Unica pass for long-term visitors and residents if you'll be in the city for a while, or--less desirably--a Venice Connected pass for tourists.

Better yet, skip the boat and walk, except on special occasions: Venice is extremely compact, and it's often faster to walk from one part of town to another than to take a water bus. See our "Walking in Venice" article for practical advice on finding your way around the city.

For tips on where and how to obtain tickets, see our articles about Buying Vaporetto Tickets and ACTV Ticket Machines.


Money-saving tip:

Checking fares:

The Water and Land Bus Fare Tables on page 2 show what you'll pay for single tickets, carnets, and Tourist Travel Cards.

Next page: Water and land and bus fare tables

In this article:
Venice Vaporetto Fares - Introduction
Fare Tables - Water and Land Buses

Also see:
Venice Vaporetto Routes
Vaporetto Line 1 (Grand Canal)
ACTV Ticket Machines
Venice Tourist Travel Cards
Venice Transportation Index

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