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Venice - Vaporetto (Alilaguna) Tickets

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I will be spending 3 days in Venice at the end of November. It seems like the vaporetto seems like the most economical way to get to and from our hotel from the airport. Even though I think we'll be walking around most of the time, I think it'll be nice to know we can hop on the vaporetto if need be.

Question is, should I buy the 72hr ticket which includes passes to the churches and museum? Is it worth it? Also, is it cheaper to buy these online than at the airport/station? 

Alilaguna Prestige - 60 euros

72hrs ticket valid on Alilaguna Blue, Red and Orange Line, included island tour. You'll also receive a free ticket valid for all Civic Museums entrance, Churches in Venice and Jewish Museum

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Alilaguna 72 hrs (islands tour included) - 45 euros

Ticket valid for 72 hours on these Alilaguna lines:
BLU - ROSSA - ARANCIO.
An excursion to Murano, Burano and Torcello is included

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