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Venice - IMOB card

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My husband and i are going to Venice - he for 10 days and I for a month. Does anyone have thoughts about the IMOB card? The weekly and 2 week passes for the vaporetti are costly and we generally walk most of the time although we DO take the vaporetto when we are tired and, of course to the islands - Burano and Murano. The IMOB card costs 40EU and one passes it in front of a machine that is on the vaporetto on each ride so it's an up front cost but then pay as you go.

I'd appreciated any input that you might have re. purchasing the IMOB card. - 2 weeks (husband) and 4 weeks (me).
thanks...

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