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Arriving in Venice

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If getting around Venice is difficult for the non-Venetians, arriving in Venice is very simple, no matter what means of transport you have chosen!

If you arrive by car, you should cross the long bridge Ponte della Libertà, the only connection between the mainland and the lagoon city. But don’t forget that Venice can not be entered by car, so if you are arriving by car you should park it just outside the city and continue on foot.

The simplest way to reach Venice is by train, which will leave you directly in the city centre at the train station of Santa Lucia.

For the people arriving by plane, there are two airports close to Venice: Marco Polo in Tessera and Sant’ Angelo in Treviso, both directly connected to Venice.

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