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public transport and must-go-places in VENICE, italy. HELPP MEEE T^T

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hi guyss:) im planning to visit venice NEXTWEEK.
Here's my plan. i'll be travelling from france via Ryanair. so, from the Treviso airport, i plan to take the ATVO bus provided by Ryanair which only cost me 7 euro (if im not mistaken). and i'll stay in venice for a day and half (wednesday till thursday evening)

the problem is, im a bit dizzy about the public transport in venice. i know, there's a water taxi and they say for a budget traveller like me, its better to take a water bus - way cheaper than water taxi. can u give me some brief explaination bout these public transport in venice.

which one should i choose? and where should i visit in venice?
does that mean everytime i plan to go somewhere, i have to take different water busses and pay the amount according to the distance? does every waterbus will take u everywhere or there's specific places only?

AND the other important thing is, should i really prepare some italian vocabs with me? or they all can simply help me by using english? :)

help me guysssss and TQ

T^T

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