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Treviso to Venice

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Treviso to Venice

Does the Ryan air bus stop at St. Lucia Train Station(mestre) before it gets to Piazzale Roma.

It would be easier if it did because looking at the pix the Valporettos are right there. At Piazzale Roma you have to walk across that long bridge. Well not so long.

Thanks

Lynda

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1. Re: Treviso to Venice

Treviso airport bus www.atvo.it

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2. Re: Treviso to Venice

Mestre station is on the mainland. Santa Lucia station is in Venice, and cannot be reached by any road vehicles.

There is a major vaporetto stop at Piazzale Roma. All the vaporetto routes that stop at Ferrovia (the train station) also stop at P. Roma.

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3. Re: Treviso to Venice

Ok, got it I think. We take the ATVO bus to Piazzele Roma and then we can get the Valporetto's there.

Thanks so much

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4. Re: Treviso to Venice

The Treviso Airport bus into Venice does stop at Mestre station, but you need to get off at its terminus in Piazzale Roma and indeed take a VAPORETTO (no "L"!) : "vapor" as in vapour (= steam).

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5. Re: Treviso to Venice

Santa Lucia Station is on Venice Island, Mestre is on the Mainland,

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6. Re: Treviso to Venice

sorry about the "l" Also thanks for all the info. I appreciate it

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