Venice Guide and Boat

STANDARD Venice Private Transfer from Hotel to Port

From 130,00 

STANDARD Venice Private Transfer  FROM your hotel in Venice TO Venice Cruise Terminal inclusive of the service of a private water taxi. The Standard Transfer is available only for departures.

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First available date: 23 07 2024
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Book a standard Venice private transfer to go from your hotel to the cruise port in 20 minutes.

Standard Venice Private Transfer for cruise passengers is the easiest way to get to Venice Cruise Terminal. Many cruise passengers boarding a ship in Venice often consider to come to Venice one or more days in advance. So they can take the opportunity to explore Venice, and enrich their travel experience. If you come to visit Venice before boarding a cruise, book one of our Venice guided tours. It will be an unforgettable experience in Venice, and you will realize why people call Venice the Queen of the Sea!

Furthermore, the day you will board your ship, you can easily reach Venice Cruise Port with our Standard Venice private transfer. It will be the easiest and most comfortable way to get with  your luggage to the cruise terminal. A private water taxi will meet you by your hotel, and will take you straight to the cruise port.

PLEASE NOTICE: Many hotels, and most apartment in Venice don’t have a door along a canal accessible to water taxi.

And some hotels are not by a canal. Should this be the case of your hotel, please ask the hotel staff to take you  to the boat. The boarding place will be clearly highlighted on your confirmation voucher.

When you’ll geto to the port the cruise staff at the water taxi dock will collect your luggage. Make sure all of your luggage will have the cruise company tag.

Please remember to bring the confirmation voucher with you in order to have all the necessary references for the transfer.



  • the service of a private water taxi from the hotel to the port


An additional charge is applied for transfers to and from hotels located along the inner canals of the city, or on the islands away from the city center.