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Lido di Venetia

Lido di Venetia

The Lido di Venetia, a 13-mile (20km) sandbar that's home to about 20,000 people, is one of Venice's trendiest areas. Looking out on the Adriatic, the Lido is where Venice's International Film Festival is held each year. The area's best beaches can be found here and a day spent relaxing on the sand is well worth the trip. Lido has enough restaurants, cafés, shops and bars to keep everyone happy.

Transportation: All the ACTV boats stop at Lido, as well as Lines 1, 2, 52 and LN. Boat lines 51 and 61 leave for Lido from Santa Lucia's railway station
Admission: ACTV boats charge EUR6 for a one-way trip, and between EUR13 and EUR31 for 24, 36 and 72-hour return tickets

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