A map of Venice's cruise terminal and ferry port

The layout of the Stazione Marittima and S. Basilio docks in Venice, Italy

For full information on arriving in Venice by boat, click here. The below is just a blown-up map showing the layout of the various cruise terminals, ferry docks, access roads, etc.

Since the terminal numbers don't mean much to us tourists, here's the real key:

  • Most cruises use one of the terminal buildings in green on the map below.
  • Ferries to Greece (and elsewhere) usually pull into the lavender building ("TIM") or the violet building ("123") flanking the lower leftmost corner.
  • Ferries to Croatia and Slovenia often land at the separate San Basilio dock way over in the lower right corner of the map (note the "S. Basilio" vaporetto [public water bus] stop marked ACTV just to its right).

A map of the Stazione Marittima and San Basilio cruise temrinal, ferry dock, and public piers.

A map of the Stazione Marittima and San Basilio cruise terminals, ferry docks, and public piers.

Tips & links


Stazione Marittima Venezia
Piazzale Tronchetto
Alilaguna ferry: B (seasonal)
Vaporetto: Staz. Marittima or S. Basilio
tel. +39-041-240-3000

  • Venice cruise terminal
  • Vtp.it
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