Venice gained its world popularity due to the numerous canals and islands, which sparked the development of nautical culture, which has proven to be a central point for the economy of the city. To this day, these canals ensure the transport of people and goods throughout the city of Venice. A maze of canals in the city require visitors and locals to use over 400 bridges. Especially inviting are the canals, in particular the S-shaped Canal Grande, which stretches over 4 kilometres throughout the city. A romantic trip on a gondola down Canal Grande is still a must for every visitor.
Before heading towards your next destination, take time to visit the sights in Ljubljana.
Venice, Mestre (pronounced May-stray) is the mainland town connected to Venice by rail and road bridges over the lagoon.
Tripstair takes you from the centre of Venice/Mestre to your next destination every day. Tripstair schedule: