Getting around Venice

The People Mover is a shuttle connecting the car parks at Tronchetto and the port at Marittima with Piazzale Roma. For further information, see

ACTV has managed public transport in Venice since 1978. The company also operates services to Chioggia and bus and tram services in the suburban areas around Venice.

Accessible Venice
For accessible itineraries, see :


Acqua alta (flooding at high tide) is an occasional phenomenon that mainly occurs in winter when the astronomical tide, the strong Scirocco wind, the “sessa” phenomenon in the Adriatic – or a combination of these – can cause a very high inflow of water into the Venetian Lagoon. For further information and high tide forecasts, see the website of the Venice centre for tidal forecasts :

VENICE CARD, CITY PASS … tickets deals

If you are planning to spend more than a day in Venice, we suggest you buy a City Pass to get deals on public transport and museum tickets. You can find the best solution for you here:

Chorus Card

We also recommend that you purchase a Chorus Card which gives access to a number of Venice’s churches. The Chorus association contributes to the care and conservation of the architectural and artistic heritage of Venetian churches. For further information, you can visit the website of the association