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How To Get To Venice Ferry Port

  • Venice Ferry Port by Car

    Venezia Lines Ferries depart from San Basilio Terminal while Anek Lines depart from the newer Fusina terminal. San Basilio Terminal is at the end of Zattere area, approximately 500m from San Sebastiano Church. Venice is linked to mainland Italy through 3 distinct areas known as: Piazzale Roma bus station, Tronchetto, and the Santa Lucia Railway Station. These are the only areas in Venice which can be reached by car. You can also park your vehicle in Piazzale Roma or Tronchetto, but please remember that parking in Venice can be very expensive. For more information on parking please

  • Venice Ferry Port by Train

    Tronchetto and Santa Lucia Railway station are approximately 2km from San Basilio Ferry Port which can either be reached on foot or by using the ACTV 'Vaporetto' public Water line (black route) Route 2 (10-20 mins in duration). Once you get off the boat, you should take a left turn and cross a little wooden bridge, where you will find the San Basilio Ferry terminal.

  • Venice Ferry Port Address

    Venezia Lines: San Basilio Port, 30123, Venice, Italy. Anek Lines: Fusina Terminal, Via dell'Elettronica, 30176 Venice, Italy

  • Venice Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Venice Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Venice Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

Venice Ferry Services

Venice Guide

Venice Ferry Timetable

As there are so many ferries that run to Venice, up to 48 in a single week, there is not one exact ferry timetable, especially as these ferries are coming from a variety of different destinations, such as the mainland of Italy, Greece, and Croatia. Ferry timetables are also affected by other factors such as seasonal changes, what route you are travelling on, and ferry operators, but here at Direct Ferries we will always provide you with the most up-to-date information regarding ferry sailings.

How long does the Ferry to Venice take?

Ferry sail durations can be difficult to define, as they are defined by a number of factors, such as route, operator, and external factors such as weather conditions at the time of sail, so there is not one ferry duration. On average, ferry sail times can vary between 2 and a half hours, to 6 and a half hours, to 32 hours, very much depending on which ferry route you are sailing on.

Venice Ferry Prices

How much the ferry to Venice costs is defined by a range of different aspects, from time of year, to which route you are travelling on, which ferry operator you are travelling with, and how you are travelling, such as by car or on foot, so there is not one exact ferry fare. Instead, we recommend checking out our handy fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.

Venice Port Facilities

The terminal at San Basilio is a small terminal, so there are not many facilities available here. There are toilets, check in desks, a few vending machines, as well as disabled access throughout the terminal, and seating areas whilst you are waiting for your ferry.

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