New in Venice: “Il vaporetto dell’arte”

Have you planed to visit Venice, its museums and monuments? Starting from today, 1st June 2012 it ‘s easier to do it!!! Thanks to “Vaporetto dell’Arte”, a new waterbus line dedicated to tourists, you can discover the city without worries.

Leaving every 30 minutes from Santa Lucia Railway Station to San Giorgio Maggiore, Vaporetto dell’Arte runs every day from 9 am to 8 pm along the Grand Canal (on both sides) and stops close to the most interesting museums and monuments of the city. It can transport about 80 passengers and works like a sightseeing bus: you can hop on and off as you like all day long, but of course it is a boat not a bus!

Vaporetto dell'Arte, Venezia

Vaporetto dell’Arte, Venezia

Tickets are available at the main vaporetto stops or soon on line at www.veniceconnected.com (if you buy them on line, you will get a reduced price…).

Prices:

  • 22€ per person
  • 10,00€ for owners of tourist travel card ACTV
  • Children (0-5 years) travel free of charge.

Together with the ticket you will get also a city map, discount coupons and other information about cultural institutions, whilst on board audio and video tools will provide you information about the journey and cultural events of the day. Moreover it is also possible to buy group tickets (min. 20 persons) and a supplementary ticket at a special price allowing the use of all other Vaporetto lines.

Here you can check the Vaporetto dell’Arte stops and the museums or monuments located nearby them.

Vaporetto stop Museums / Monuments
Ferrovia – Santa Lucia Railwaystation (departure)
  • Jewish Museum
  • Jewish Ghetto
S. Stae
  • Natural History Museum
  • Mocenigo Palace (Study Centre for the History of Textiles and Costumes)
  • Oriental Art Museum
  • Ca’ Pesaro (International Gallery of Modern Art)
  • Prada Foundation
  • Carlo Goldoni’s House
Ca’ d’Oro
  • G. Franchetti Gallery
S. Samuele
  • Grassi Palace
  • Fortuny Palace
Accademia
  • Ca’ Rezzonico (Museum of 18th-century Venice)
  • Accademia Galleries
  • Peggy Guggenheim’s Collection
Salute
  • Punta della Dogana
  • Vedova Foundation
S. Marco – Giardinetti
  • Ca’ Giustinian
  • La Fenice Theatre
  • Correr Museum
  • National Archaeological Museum
  • Doge’s Palace
  • Museum of Grimani Palace
  • Monumental Rooms of Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana
  • Clock Tower
  • Querini Stampalia Foundation
San Giorgio Maggiore (arrival)
  • Cini Foundation

During the high season, two new stops will be added: Arsenal (Navy Museum) and Giardini (Expositions at Art and Architecture Biennale).

Now you have only to plan your trip to Venice and enjoy a special day in this wonderful city!

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