3 day vaporetto pass in Venice

Old Sep 24th, 1999, 06:58 AM
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Paul
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3 day vaporetto pass in Venice

I plan to buy a 72 hour Vaporetto pass when I get to Venice in 3 weeks. Does anyone know if you need to get this stamped every time you get on or off a vaporetto? Also is this pass good for the line 52 and 12 for the islands? Thanks.
Paul
 
Old Sep 24th, 1999, 07:25 AM
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Hi Paul,

I had a 3 day vaporetto pass when in Venice a couple weeks ago. Never needed to get it stamped, and in fact never had anybody look at it the entire time. I think its good on all lines.

Venice definitely has the most fun public transportation system I've ever been on!

--beth
 
Old Sep 24th, 1999, 08:27 AM
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If I'm not wrong, the ticket is stamped when you buy it (in case it's not, you should stamp it the first time you get the vaporetto). It's good for all lines in the municipality of Venice, including buses. It's only not good for the Alilaguna boat (airport), the Blue Line (to the Casino in the Lido) and the Clodia Line (the Canal Grande crossings by traghetto are also not included).
Paulo

 
Old Sep 24th, 1999, 10:45 AM
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richard j vicek
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Good morning, Paul
Seem the above two are correct, however
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Old Sep 27th, 1999, 03:52 AM
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Just got back from a 2+-week trip that included 3 days in Venice. We got the 3-day vaporetto pass, which was *very* worth it. You don't have to stamp it every time you get on; just keep it handy. We rode frequently without ever having our passes checked, but every so often the transport guys were on board checking passes/tickets, and you'd never know when. I think they're on the most popular lines more frequently.

And yes, it's good for all vaporetto lines. I highly recommend it...we loved just taking a break and hopping on a random vaporetto to watch the world go by.

 
Old Sep 28th, 1999, 09:57 PM
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in my experience, unless its really early in the morning or you are the only one on the boat, they don't bother to ck tickets at all. Theres a fine if you don't have a ticket and get caught but some tourists chance it and don't buy a ticket at all.
 
Old Sep 29th, 1999, 04:25 AM
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Mike M
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How much does the 3 day ticket cost?
 
Old Sep 29th, 1999, 04:59 AM
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A single trip costs Lit 6,000. The 3-day pass costs Lit 35,000. If you're under 29 and you purchase a "Rolling Venice" discount card first thing when you get there (Lit 5,000) the 3-day pass costs Lit 25,000.

Paulo
 

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