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Venice airport to San Stefano

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We will be staying in B+B San Stefano near the square and these are the instructions to get there . Which would be easiest (and more spectacular) please? We just have a small roller bag each.
Staying 4 nights of general sightseeing walks so would it be good to get a water bus pass on arrival? When we leave we take a train to Milan airport is this easy to arrange?

Is it best to get Euros from the Airport ATM on arrival (from Australia)?

By train: exit the station you can take line 1 (stop on the Grand Canal right out of the station) direction Lido and get off at Sant'Angelo, or line 2 (Grand Canal, stopping at the left out of the station, ) direction San Marco / Lido and get off at San Samuele For both then in 5 minutes as per the attached map (stops in green).

By plane: bus number 5 / departing every 20 minutes to Piazzale Roma - bus terminal in Venice (30 minutes) and from there the water-as above. Alternatively Alilaguna orange line across the lagoon in an hour Sant'Angelo stop (for times and prices check the website Alilaguan)

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