If you come on holiday in Veneto you cannot miss the city of Venice: one of the most beautiful cities in the world !!!
Venice is an incredible city, made up of a set of 118 islands joined by over 400 bridges and separated by canals that serve as roads, crossed by boats and gondolas. It is considered a fascinating city for the numerous art treasures it holds: churches, palaces, museums, bridges.
Indeed, it could be said that the entire city is a work of art, a unique work in the world that has gradually been built over centuries of history from domination, to decadence, to rebirth.
But how do you get there from Rosolina Mare?
A first way is to easily reach Venice with your car and park in the Tronchetto or Piazzale Roma car parks.
The best way to reach Venice is by sea, in order to avoid road traffic, therefore, we offer a comfortable and direct transfer from Chioggia to Venice starting at 09.30 and returning at 18.30. From April to September 30, the ferry service is active with departure from Sottomarina (Chioggia, VE) to Cornoldi (two steps from Piazza San Marco) in Venice. Boarding by motor ship is scheduled from Sottomarina on the Isola dell’ Unione bridge, while the landing is in San Zaccaria, which is located a stone's throw from the Palazzo Ducale.
A third solutionto reach Venice starting from the sea of Chioggia is to choose the ACTV service: a mixed land / water route that includes a suggestive navigation, but which includes a change at the Lido. Let's see how to do it. The Actv line n. 11 Chioggia Lido connects Chioggia to Lido, a total time of 1 hour and 15 minutes. From the Lido, it will then be necessary to take one of the many boats that lead to Venice (lines 1, 2, 4.2, 5.2, 6.). In all you will have about 1 hour and 45 minutes of travel to get to the San Marco / San Zaccaria area, with a ferry and bus combination. Line 11 is also an excellent solution for those wishing to visit the islands of Pellestrina and the Lido, as it stops at Ca 'Roman - Pellestrina - Alberoni. We suggest you stop and visit the naturalistic oasis of Ca 'Roman, with its exciting World War II bunkers, and discover rare birds among the wild vegetation. From here you can reach the beautiful village of Pellestrina along the "murazzi", with its colors and scents that even has a wreck in the marine skyline.
It is a sort of "casket" that contains within it authentic treasures of world art. The Canal Grande, decorated with numerous bridges, the most spectacular of which is the Rialto Bridge, is a succession of aristocratic palaces and beautiful churches. And then the heart of Venice, Piazza San Marco, one of the most beautiful places in the world, with the stupendous Basilica, Palazzo Ducale, residence of the doges, the Campanile, from whose top you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city of water, the Clock Tower… And all the works of art kept in the churches or in the many museums scattered throughout the Venice districts, such as the Gallerie dell'Accademia, the largest collection of Venetian painting from the fourteenth to the eighteenth century. Venice is also synonymous with Carnival, an evocative event that animates the city with masks that are the fruit of the wearer's imagination.
The Venice lagoon is a very special environment in which men and their activities are in direct contact with nature; a landscape that changes its appearance completely in a few hours following the trend of the tides, an ecosystem in which different animal and plant species coexist.
And from the calm waters of the lagoon, the evocative islands of Murano, Burano, Torcello, San Francesco del Deserto, San Lazzaro degli Armeni, Pellestrina, Chioggia emerge here and there.
Islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello
Murano is known by all for its glass work and the church of Santa Maria e Donato with its mosaic floor;
Burano for lace and colorful houses (this is my favorite!);
Torcello is known for the Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta which preserves mosaics and the panoramic view from the tower on the island of Burano.
Venice is an unforgettable experience that you absolutely cannot miss !!!
Experience a unique holiday
A journey through the territory of the Seven Lidi of Comacchio.
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