Arriving in Venice

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Venice's historic center is 3 km or 2 miles off the coast of Northern Italy. The city is built on more than 100 islands in the Venetian Lagoon, and it's linked to the mainland by a rail and road causeway named the Ponte della Libertá ("Bridge of Liberty"). You'll cross this bridge if you arrive by train, bus, car, or land taxi; another option is to come from the airport or a mainland parking lot by public water bus or water taxi.

For detailed information on how to reach Venice, continue to the following pages or use the navigation links in the table below.

Also see our Baggage Storage - Left Luggage article if you need to park suitcases before or after your arrival or departure.

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