How do I get to Lido di Jesolo?
- Take the train from Venezia S. Lucia to S.Dona’piave-Jesolo.
- Take the bus from San Donà di Piave-Jesolo Station to Lido di Jesolo.
How do I get from Lido di Jesolo to Burano?
There is no direct connection from Lido di Jesolo to Burano. However, you can take the bus to Ca Savio – Via Treportina, take the line 96 bus to Via della Ricevitoria, take the walk to Treporti, then take the line 12 ferry to Burano “C”.
How long is Lido di Jesolo beach?
Lido di Jesolo has a ten-mile long beach made of yellow dolomite sand. Along the back of the beach is a long paved walkway, running between the sand and the many hotels which face directly onto the beach.
What airport do you fly to for Lido di Jesolo?
The nearest airport to Lido di Jesolo is Venice (VCE) Airport which is 22.8 km away. Other nearby airports include Venice Treviso (TSF) (37.3 km), Trieste (TRS) (75.1 km), Verona (VRN) (135.2 km) and Bologna (BLQ) (151 km).
How do you get from Lido di Jesolo to Venice?
The quickest way to get from Lido di Jesolo to Venice is to taxi which costs €90 – €110 and takes 44 min. Is there a direct bus between Lido di Jesolo and Venice? Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Lido di Jesolo and arriving at Venice. Services depart hourly, and operate every day.
What is the Venetian Riviera?
The Venetian Riviera is one of Italy’s many coastal gems, a region of lively towns along a picturesque bay. Explore traditional fishing communities, visit historical islands and admire magnificent architecture. Enjoy watersports in azure waters and family-friendly fun at aquariums and theme parks.
Is it worth visiting Lido Venice?
The Lido di Venezia is well worth a visit. The narrow strip of the island alone is impressive because of its unique location and the breathtaking view of the sea. In addition, there is a special Venetian flair, which is reflected in the buildings of the island.
How long is boat ride from Venice to Lido?
around 16 min
Venice to Lido by ferry. The ferry journey time between Venice and Lido is around 16 min and covers a distance of around 3 km. Operated by ACTV S.p.a and Alilaguna Lines, the Venice to Lido ferry service departs from San Marco-San Zaccaria”F” and arrives in Lido S.M.E. “D”.
Where is the Neapolitan Riviera?
the Bay of Naples
Stretching along the coast of Campania, the Neapolitan Riviera starts in Sorrento – a bustling town with lively bars and restaurants as well as a scenic beauty with dramatic views over the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius.
Is Venetian Riviera in Venice?
Most tourists who visit the Venetian Riviera stay in San Polo in central Venice. Nevertheless, the area offers plenty of accommodation options along its coastline.
Can you swim in Lido Venice?
Unless there’s a storm, Lido rarely sees breaking waves, and the water is so shallow you have to walk out at least 100 ft before you can swim. It makes these beaches ideal for toddlers and young children, who can safely play in the water and hunt for the few surviving crabs.
What is bus Lido di Jesolo?
Bus station and stops in Lido di Jesolo Lido di Jesolo is a station in Italy with intercity connections to cities in Italy like e.g. (Verona, Trento and Bolzano) and international bus connections to Germany (Munich and Stuttgart (Airport/Fair)).
Is there a direct ferry from Lido di Jesolo to Venice?
But be careful; these public passenger ferries only run once an hour, so only every second bus of the line 23a of Lido di Jesolo has a direct ferry connection. If you are not afraid of the high parking fees of Venice, you can also drive directly to Venice with your own car or rental car.
Where to stay in Lido di Jesolo?
Very nice we found the Hotel Lido in the center of Lido di Jesolo almost directly on the beach. The hotel has a private section on the beach, deckchairs and parasols are free for hotel guests. For a single room in September and October I paid less than 40 Euro, a delicious breakfast is included.
Where to go shopping in Jesolo?
Shopping Lido di Jesolo: The most important shopping street is Via Andrea Bafile, which is many kilometres long. This street runs parallel to the beach. There are many hotels in Jesolo and of course we don’t know all of them.