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Jesolo: Caribe Bay Water Theme Park 1-Day Ticket

1. Jesolo: Caribe Bay Water Theme Park 1-Day Ticket

Spend an exhilarating day at Caribe Bay in the heart of Jesolo, close to the city of Venice. Experience a world of entertainment, extreme sports, and relaxation, and discover why Caribe Bay is Italy’s favorite water theme park. With 27 attractions and professional shows, there’s something for everyone. Relax on the white-sand beach at Shark Bay, or play with the kids in the magical world of Funny Land. There are plenty of thrilling rides for the daredevils, including the Spacemaker, and the tallest bungee jumping tower in Europe to get the adrenaline pumping. Enjoy an incredible day out, with attractions for every age.

Bus Transfer between Lido di Jesolo and Venice

2. Bus Transfer between Lido di Jesolo and Venice

Ride in an air-conditioned bus from Lido di Jesolo to Venice. Take a quick trip to Venice while on your beach vacation. Or if your visiting Venice, add a splash of sun with a visit to Lido di Jesolo. The bus runs between the Lido Jesolo bus station and the Venice city center every half-hour, from early morning to late at night.  Book your tickets in advance and you can catch the bus at any point during the day. The ride takes about one hour. Enjoy comfortable and hassle-free travel.

Verona & Lake Garda: Full-Day Tour from Lido di Jesolo

3. Verona & Lake Garda: Full-Day Tour from Lido di Jesolo

As this full-day (11-hour) excursion begins, you’ll relax on a bus transfer to Verona and listen to your guide’s comments about the trip highlights and the history of Verona and Sirmione. Take in views of the Veneto countryside and the scenic beauty of Lake Garda and its Mediterranean vegetation of olive trees, cypresses, magnolias, oleanders, and lemon trees. You'll arrive in Verona at about 11:00 and then embark on a guided walking tour of the center. Visit the colorful and lively Piazza delle Erbe that was the site of the Roman Forum. See the house of Juliet with the famous balcony, the Piazza dei Signori, where you’ll find the old City Hall, and the nearby Scaligere Tomb and Piazza Bra, which is the center of modern Verona. From Piazza Bra you’ll see the second-largest amphitheater in Italy (after the Colosseum), built in the first century for Roman performances and gladiator battles. It is now a venue for opera performances. After the guided tour you’ll have some free time on your own. Next you’ll depart on the 30-minute drive to Sirmione, a tiny town on the banks of Lake Garda. In Sirmione you can enjoy an optional boat trip (of around 20 minutes) to the far side of the lake. You’ll have free time to explore the romantic peninsula of Sirmione and take in the town’s narrow streets and its medieval walls and castle. Depart Sirmione at around 16:30, arriving in Jesolo at 19:00.

Venice, Murano & Burano Tour from Lido di Jesolo

4. Venice, Murano & Burano Tour from Lido di Jesolo

On this 11-hour tour you’ll depart Jesolo for the drive to the tip of the Cavallino peninsula, where you’ll board a boat for a scenic cruise across the Venice lagoon. In Venice, enjoy a guided walking tour that takes in the main sights. Spend some free time before boarding the boat for Murano. Murano is home to Venice's glass-blowing industry. See a real glass master at work and visit some of the many shops if you’d like to buy a souvenir. Board the boat again and head to Burano. Admire the brightly painted houses. Enjoy a walk along the narrow main street, lined with lace shops, where you can see how the women of Burano at work making lace.

Cortina d'Ampezzo Ski Resort Day Tour from Lido di Jesolo

5. Cortina d'Ampezzo Ski Resort Day Tour from Lido di Jesolo

Enjoy an incredible journey to Cortina d'Ampezzo, a very popular ski resort, located within the Dolomites mountain range. Depart from Jesolo at 8:00 am and drive through beautiful countryside. Watch how quickly the flat, cultivated fields are replaced by tall, imposing mountain peaks.  Stop at Lago di Santa Croce and take the chance to snap some photos of the surrounding natural landscape. Pass by Longarone and enter into the luscious green Cadore, famous for being the favorite holiday location of Italian presidents. Observe the breathtaking peaks of Sorapiss, Monte Pelmo, and Antelao, the tallest mountain in the eastern Dolomites, as you approach Cortina d'Ampezzo.  Arrive just in time for lunch. Ride the cable car to the top of the mountain and experience stunning views of the surrounding area. Explore the picturesque ski resort, once home to the Winter Olympic Games in 1956. Visit the crystal, blue alpine waters of Lake Misurina, hidden in the shadow of one of the most impressive mountain peaks in the region.

Concordia Sagittaria: Roman City & Market

6. Concordia Sagittaria: Roman City & Market

Discover the charming Roman colony of Iulia Concordia, about 20 km from the well-known sea resort of Caorle, on the North-Adriatic Coast. Plunge into the fascinating Roman era accompanied by a local expert guide, who will tell you the ancient secrets of Concordia while having a relaxing walking tour. Visit the Cathedral of Santo Stefano Protomartyr and its Baptistery, archaeological excavations which brought to light important Roman commercial routes, the Loggia Comunale with its funerary monuments, and other relevant pieces of this invaluable heritage. Enjoy the typical flair of the local modern but the very traditional market. Take the time to do some shopping and find typical handicraft and gastronomic products. A worthy conclusion of this amazing tour is a delicious typical Venetian aperitif.

Portogruaro: Walking Tour With Local Guide

7. Portogruaro: Walking Tour With Local Guide

Get an insider’s view of Portogruaro’s Venetian-style architecture and canals on a walking tour alongside a local guide. Begin your urban walking adventure by meeting your guide at the Portogruaro bus station. Make your way to the greenery of the beautiful town park and head towards the Villa Comunale, a breathtaking example of Renaissance architecture. Turn the corner towards the ancient St. Andrea mills, which were the center of Portogruaro's ancient economy and now provide the best views of the town. Marvel at the leaning bell tower and the Cathedral of Sant'Andrea with its beautiful frescoes. As you stroll, your friendly local guide will tell you interesting facts and anecdotes about the city’s past and the people who have lived here.

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What people are saying about Lido di Jesolo

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 275 reviews

This was a great way to travel to Venice from Lido di Jesolo. One thing to mention is that the ticket is not specifically for a certain time, but through omni.com we were able to find the timetable and get there in time. 0520-2220 is not really a good time to work from. The bus was perfect, spacious w/excellent AC. Maybe an issue for kids with no bathroom or breaks, but for most people the trip will go nicely.

The trip was just fantastic! Our tour guide accompanied us through the day on 19.7.22, gave us cultural impressions and was at our side with fun and advice. We will remember this tour with big smiles and left us wanting more - more of Venice and more of Get Your Guide's amazing excursions. We recommend: book & enjoy :)

Great service, beautiful area, everyone very helpful. Lockers and chairs Great price. Attractions were wonderful. The shows were excellent

Came with FlixBus and could continue directly to Lido Di Jesolo. Great service and help to get on well. Can definitely be recommended.

Everything went great. The guide was great and super nice and explained everything well.