People tend to check in during these times:
In pieno centro, la stazione è collegata a piazzale Roma dal 4° ponte sul Canal Grande realizzato dall'architetto Calatrava. Il sistema trasporto pubblico è con vaporetti sul Canal Grande; i servizi su gomma, urbani ed extraurbani, si concentrano in Piazzale Roma.
A place where you can find necessary things before your trip.
Small, comparatively well-organized train station near the Rialto Bridge and a starting point to the most romantic and unusual experience of all time.
One of the great stations with lots of cafes and shops around to grab something on the go!
A not so big train station,try the cafeteria near the ticket office not so priced and good.Station is closed from 2am-5am.No wifi!
If you can, take a vaporetto instead of a taxi, even if you have to cram your way on with luggage.
The assistance are not helping at all 👎🏻 Be careful if they help you with the bags, you'll be force to pay €5-€10 per bags!
Wanna use a WC? Get ready to pay €1
Super magasin danois 😊
When travelling with a lot of luggage, there is a ramp that you can use at the front of the station. The toilets are on the furthest platform from the cafe.
The cafeteria is one of the few spots it's warm when it's cold outside. Grab a cup of Joe (but don't grab a guy named Joe) and wait for your train.
Left luggage counter on right of station by track 2. €6+ bag for 5 hours
Take a sandwich here if you are looking for cheap food. It is cheaper here than ones in the city.
No normal automatic luggage room :( Only two guys working manually. And it will cost u 6€ for every bag
Traveling to Venice again and again 🚊🚄 #uni #cafoscari #newlife
There's quite the selections of food around but few available waiting seats, find one of the outdoor seating by the pizzeria
on the way to Milan 😎
Don't confuse Santa Lucia with Mestre - there are TWO stations!!
Entry point for a dramatic arrival to Venice. Ticket kiosks are easy to use and storage lockers are available on the north side of the station.
New station but they forgot to put chairs...
Your walk to Piazza San Marco starts here. Avoid the Mercerie and follow the water to your right, after the bridge, to Punta della Dogana
I recommend this restaurant: Brek Ristorante, close to the station and is really cheap. (Sestriere Cannaregio 124, Lista Di Spagna, Venezia) on @foursquare: http://4sq.com/I3o3DZ
Public transportation unlimited 48 hrs cost you 30€
Left luggage: platform #1 price: first 5 hours -5 €, from 6 to 12 hours 0.7 €/hour; from 13 to out 0.30€/hour
Leave your big bags here for about €15/day to better help you explore Venice on foot without having to lug around all your bags.
Easy to use self-service tickets machines available. €23 to Verona on the fast train
Take the vaporeto to San Marco!!!its amazing!
From San Marco you really have to take a vaporetto.
Tip: tickets from Mestre Station to other destinations in Italy are way cheaper... And Mestre is just 10min from S. Lucia station - use green colored local train (RGV), ticket 1.2€
Booked tickets from Mestre Station (the other but far off station of Venice)! No worries, catch local train (RGV) - the green colored one from S. Lucia station. Ticket costs 1.2€
€1 to use the washroom(s) per pax... get your coins ready!
Toilets are paid. Feel free to pee in the canals, Venice doesn't have sewers in any case :-D
Ciao Venezia! Btw, ya need to install a ramp for people with carrying and hauling luggage, which is pretty much, everybody!! The entrance is all steps!!
Train to boat ;)
The ONLY warm place in St Lucia after cafes close (9ish) is the men and womans toilets at platform 1 end. Have pole gas heater in each. 1e to get in worth the price but be prepared to fight for space!
While tempting to rely on ure smartphone GPS b warned the close streets & waterways play havoc with accuracy. Best have old fashioned paper map.Venice difficult enough to navigate without added hassle
Less frustrating than Florence Station, easy and peaceful.
Cappucino not that good. Disappointed
There are 2 Biglietteria stands next to each other that accept Bank Notes (Paper € Money) in the left side of the station if your back is to the Grand Canal waterway
Just arrived in Venice? There's an INFO & TICKETS point just outside the station, on the left side.
Finally in Venezia
OK, you got to turn left as you exit the station if you want to visit Venice... Turn right if you want to go nowhere!
Get out the train and take the Vaporetto to your destination!
3/11 windows for tickets open, more than 50 people waiting... Hard work italian!
For the best view, hop on vaporetto number 1 or 2.
One way vaporetto is 6.50 euro. So GET the day pass at HelloVenezia counter outside the train station. This vaporetto stop in front of the station is called Ferrovia.
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Right adress: Fondamenta Santa Lucia, Sestiere cannareggio, 30121, Venezia,