On Monday 7th November 2011, there is expected to be no waterbus and land bus activity in Venice since the public transportation company, ACTV, has announced a 24 hour strike.
This will definitely cause a bit of disruption for getting around Venice, and hopefully it won’t rain too much. Also, the HelloVenezia ticket desks may not be operating normally.
Find out details about how services are running and get informed about any other disruption on your journey.
See the specifics for November 7th, ACTV waterbus and bus routes. (in Italian, but has the breakdown of each route)
We advise customers to check for updates before travelling at www.actv.it .
Rookie Hint: You’ll notice only the Italian version of the ACTV site has the “Attenzione” pink links on the homepage advising you of the strikes, while the English version doesn’t.
Oh bella Italia…never a dull moment.
Florence ItalyNovember 27, 2010 9:23 amThat is the fantastic bunch of itofrmanion really very appreciable job.I love Venice and would be to eat a Falafel there.I tried the Falafel Valley ,which is described as falafel and fixin’s in a pita pocket.
Je ne savais pas qu’il poavuit faire si froid e0 Venise!En tout cas, belle initiative cette carte, apparemment je devais eatre dans les patates en 2003 je savais pas que e7a existait!Ah Burano et ses maisons colore9es! 😀 J’ai adore9..et je me souviens d’y avoir mange9 la MEILLEURE pizza que j’ai trouve9 en Italie (et j’ai quand meame fait plusieurs villes :P). Miam.Voyage Perou Articles re9cents..
Hello Nan,I would like to know about the venice card’ is it nsecseary to book it in advance ? I am under 29, and I want the offer of rolling venice card + 3 day pass that comes for 15 euros, but I gather that the rolling venice card’ can be bought only in venice whereas the venice card’ needs to be booked at least 2 days in advance. In this case, how can I avail of the 15 euro offer ?Thanks in advance for your help