Interactive map of Venice to help you find hotels, restaurants, shops and attractions for your trip or vacation.
The on-line Venice Connected allows you to pre-book transport passes, tickets for civic museums and public toilets with variable discounts. You must book at least one week before you arrive; any later, you pay full price.
Venice's Churches Pass: You can save money and avoid the hassle of buying individual tickets with the Chorus Pass, which costs only €10,00 and lets you visit 16 Venice churches that charge admission during a one-year period.
Every year more than 20 million visitors are amazed at the sight of Venice. With a small sum of money even you will become one of the City’s sponsors, contributing to safeguarding it. From the 24th of August 2011, all visitors who stay in an accommodation facility within the territory of the Municipality of Venice have to pay the Tourist tax.
Information on tourist offices in Venice located throughout the city. The main toruist office is located near St. Marks on the waterfront in a white Pavillion near St. Marco vaporetto (water-bus) stop. The government run APT offices are found throughout Venice. Tourist Information as well as free maps of Venice are always available, and these offices are particularly good for finding what's new in Venice - shows, concerts, exhibitions, etc.
Admission and opening times in Venice 2014. Year opening hours, dates, opening days, last entry, closing times, summer, easter, winter, spring, weekends, closure dates, national holidays and more details about schedules for sightseeing, museums, galleries, attractions, monuments, churches, towers, palaces, houses, exhibitions, landmarks and places to visit.
The Venice Santa Lucia Train Station is the main station train travelers arrive and depart from in Venice. It is a modern building in the main city and is connected to the Grand Canal. The station is a great entrance to the antique city of Venice.