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Venice City Pass


The admission pass for Venice, including gondola ride and Doge‘s Palace

Venice City Pass

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"Perfect choice"

5

It is really worth buying Venice City Pass. We stayed in Mestre for 5 days and traveled to Venice and back every day, above it we could use vaporetto transport in Venice and islands without any limits. We visited almost every sight included in Venice City Pass offer. There are many nice places in Venice with almost no turists, it was very plesant and we have enjoyed these more than the visit of crowded Doges Palace. Unfortenatelly, we were not able to attend the Grand Canal Tour, we didnt make reservation in advance and all spots were reserved for all 5 days we stayed in Venice.

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"7-day experience pass for Venice plus public transport"

5

Really great and experienced many beautiful things. Everything worked smoothly. Along with local transport, we could use vaporettos and all buses on Lido. However, the ships were usually very full and there was a mask requirement (not bad with so many people). Nevertheless, I would do everything exactly the same way again.

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"Value for money"

5

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"Perfect"

5

Canal Grande Tour was very nice

"comfort"

5

Especially the transport pass is a useful tool. Make sure to exchange the different passes (transport, museums and churches) with your voucher as soon as possible. Find out beforehand where you can do that.

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"A very good decision"

5

We took advantage of many offers. Above all, we were able to avoid many long queues, e.g. B. in front of the Doge's Palace. Canal tour very informative with a very nice guide. It was very worthwhile for us.

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"Top"

5

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"great thing"

5

Sightseeing can start immediately, any time again.

"Efficient pass at a good price"

5

I liked that in the pass were included some attraction points that were not in the main sight seeing list and also the fact that we had skip the line at Palazzo Ducale. Overall happy that we booked the classic turbo pass.

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"Venedig City Pass"

5

It is worth buying the Venice City Pass. In our case it was particularly advantageous because of the daily trips from Mestre to Venice and back by tram. After that, we also found a special advantage for trips with vaporettos, i.e. water taxis. We were in Venice for 7 days and for the first time we mostly visited the island on foot. We used a faster access to the selected city points with vaporetto several times. The ticket price for a vaporetto ride per person is €7.50 and with many trips per day it was very reasonable to have the Venice City Pass. The number of trips remains unlimited. I also found a motorboat ride through La Grande Canal particularly interesting with the City Pass. Other advantages such as admission to the museum without waiting times are also particularly cheap.

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"Everything works fine!"

5

Redeeming the pass was a bit of a walk, but we were able to avoid waiting times at the Doge's Palace and got away with it much cheaper :)

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"Highly recommended!"

5

The turbo pass is really highly recommended! The three of us went on a girls vacation and spent 3 days in Venice. I have to say that in my opinion the pass only pays off if you look at the city for at least 2 days. I was pleasantly surprised that everything is so easy and you only have to show the QR code on your cell phone at every museum. We opted for the Turbopass Classic and thus had the opportunity to take a gondola ride, which we did on the first day. We got there without waiting and then reserved the 3 island tour at 2:30 p.m. with German audio. The 3 island tour is highly recommended, as it also includes a visit to the glass blowing workshop, which I highly recommend! We were able to see live how different figures and glasses are made...otherwise the entry costs an extra 10€, but it was included! Since you have 50 minutes on each island, I would visit Murano again with the public transport, because this island is really very beautiful and more time may be needed. Burano is a beautiful island, but there are a lot of tourists there, which is why the waiting times for public transport are extremely long and there are always long queues. This was not a problem with the boat trip, since it leaves again after 50 minutes. Since the entrance fees are between 8-25€, you usually think twice whether you really visit a museum, but the pass made this decision for you and we looked at almost everything, even things that didn't interest us that much, were then but mostly excited to have looked. A big + is also that no or shortened waiting times are made possible by the pass. In one museum everything was actually already full and other visitors were sent away that they should come later, but with the pass this was not a problem and we were still allowed in. I would take the pass again and again because it is so easy, waiting times are avoided or there are shorter extra lines. It is also practical that the most interesting things are listed directly.

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"Was really good"

5

Were able to do everything we planned. There was even access to the sights that had no free tickets available that day.

"Works perfect! "

5

Most attractions were familiar with Turbopass. Works perfect and save time!

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"Great offer!"

5

Interesting entries! Above all, I found the tour of the "Teatro la Fenice" very exciting.

" Recommended! "

5

Nice to have things arranged in advance. Most attractions were familiar with Turbopass. One individual (at Doge's Palace) wasn't and sent us from pillar to post, but in the end this worked out as well. I'd advise everyone to check the opening times of attractions in advance. Furthermore, the communication with Johanna from Turbopass was very positive.

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"positive"

5

Everything worked out. We could cash it all in and then get going. Only the voucher for part B caused us a little problem, because we didn't discover the hidden ticket booth in St. Stephano the first time. But we would always use the turbo pass. thanks

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"We recommend!"

5

The Venezia City Pass is highly recommended. Great deals and requests quick access to attractions.

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"Venice"

5

"We used the ticket and was suitable for us."

5

We bought the classic ticket for 2 adults and one child without public transportation option and used it for our 3 full days visit to Venice (end of August 2021). The classic ticket has \"almost\" all main attractions included. However, not all (e.g. Campanile, Saint Mark's Basilica, ... ). Some of the churches we wanted to visit were extra charged by themselves. The Gondola ride is a shared ride, means, that you have to share the small boat with others (we 3 shared it with a young couple) and the ride is significantly shorter as the privately booked gondola (which costs between 80€..100€). The Gondola ride still is to be recommended (even shared). The 3 Islands trip is nice but tricky. Be careful to book in advance the trip otherwise you might be refused, for the day you are there, and need to book for the next day. This caused us a replan of daily visits. That is why, I would say, for one day trip to Venice make no sense to buy this ticket. Only make sense for a stay that is >= 2 days.
These kind of tickets are good in case you do not want to have for each main attractions the cash money with you. In some cases (but not all! - maybe due to Corona) you have fast entry options - means you do no stay to long lines for waiting to enter the attraction. In these days, with Corona, you need to have the \"Green Pass Wallet\" app installed on your mobile phone to prove that you are vaccinated, otherwise you might be refused the entry. Be prepared for a lot of crowd - yeah Venice is like that. But we have enjoyed it. Hope you will too !