Is Lido worth visiting in Venice? Is Venice Lido worth visiting? The answer is: certainly yes! As you see, Venice Lido is not just a place to go sunbathing in summer, but an island full of things to do, including a long and relaxing walk along Viale Santa Maria Elisabetta, a street that crosses the island from the vaporetto stop to the beaches.
How do I get from Venice Airport to Lido? The fastest way to get from Venice Airport (VCE) to Lido is to ferry which takes 1h 9m and costs €11 – €16. Is there a direct ferry between Venice Airport (VCE) and Lido? Yes, there is a direct ferry departing from Aeroporto and arriving at Lido. Services depart hourly, and operate every day.
Is it better to stay in Venice or Lido? Personally, I would prefer to stay in Venice itself, as it is a unique city, with lots of atmosphere, particularly in the evenings. On the other hand, staying on the Lido is quite relaxing, probably more so than in Venice itself, and you have a boat journey of only around 20 minutes or so to St Marks Square.
What is Lido Venice known for? Lido is a small island in the Venice lagoon. Sheltering the city from the sea, Lido offers award winning beaches and spectacular views on Venice. It’s undoubtedly most known for hosting Venice Film Festival, but it’s usually avoided by the mass of tourists coming to visit its famous neighbor.