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Venice Connected or Venice Card

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Venice Connected or Venice Card

We have 5 nights in Venice, May 20-25. What is the best card to get for 5 days? They go from 72 hours to 7 day pass?

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1. Re: Venice Connected or Venice Card

With the minimum discount from Venice Connected, a 72 hour pass is €31.35 and a 7 day pass is €37.50. It is not surprising that they don't offer anything between 72 hours and 7 days!

Given that a single vaporetto trip is €6.50, the 7 day pass is the way to go.

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Venice connected is the best option pricewise, but you can only get it in advance (15 Day's) and on line,

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for 7 day public transport ticket it is 37.50 each? for wife and I we need 2 right? and public transport does not include museums?

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can someone tell me what the main differences are between these 2 cards? other than price.

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5. Re: Venice Connected or Venice Card

No thats just for Transport, very good considering one single ride is €6,30.

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6. Re: Venice Connected or Venice Card

Depending on where you are staying in Venice and what you plan on doing, you may not need to use public transport much. Venice is very walkable. I stay in the San Marco area which is central and usually walk everywhere, only using public transport for arriving, departing and occasional visits to outlying islands when I tend to get a 12 or 24 hour ticket.

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7. Re: Venice Connected or Venice Card

It looks like the Venice card is an all inclusive item, you get all the transport for 3 or 7 days with all the museums, churches, Jewish synagogue and pay toilets.

The Venice Connected site you are buying these things separately, transportation, museum pass (without the churches, synagogue), toilet pass is separate also. You pick and choose here.

Hope this helps. Here is the Venice card site

hellovenezia.com/jsp/…index.jsp

Here is the Venice connected site

http://www.veniceconnected.com/

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