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How to reach the hotel

From the A4 motorway (from Milan, Brescia, Verona, Vicenza, Padova and Venice) at the Venice-Mestre toll, follow signs for “Marco Polo” airport and then for Jesolo. Once you have arrived in Jesolo, follow signs for the OVEST/P.ZZA MAZZINI.

From the A4 motorway (from Treviso - Udine) leave the motorway at the “SAN DONA’ exit of PIAVE-NOVENTA DI PIAVE” and follow signs for Jesolo. Once you have arrived in Jesolo, follow signs for the OVEST/P.ZZA MAZZINI.

When you get into the city, follow signs for "Zona Ovest - Cavallino " of the Lido di Jesolo until you get to th high of Piazza MAZZINI. From there, turn left for Piazza Mazzini. In Piazza Mazzini go on for Silvio Trentin 300m turn right to PIAZZA TRENTO and the hotel is there.
Websites recommended for directions:

The closest airports to the hotel are Marco Polo di Tessera situated at roughly 30km and San Giuseppe di Treviso, only 40km away. From the airport there is a bus service all the way to Piazzale Picchi, in Jesolo.
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There are two train stations in close vicinity to the hotel. Mestre train station, 45 km away, and the San Dona’ di Piave, 17 km away. From the train station there are buses departing to Piazzale Picchi, in Jesolo from where you can take transfer to any of the city buses.
The official site for Italian trains:

All the bus lines stop at Piazzale Picchi situated 3 km away. From there take bus n° 5 per Cavallino and go on untill Piazza Intenazionale where you stop, and from there the hotel is about 300m.

Jesolo is a great starting point for those who want to visit Venice given its easy connections to Venice, the islands and the cities of art in Veneto)
The best route is the “Jesolo-Punta Sabbioni” (15km away from the hotel) where you can find parking for your car and can take the Motonave (sostituire Motonave con motor-ship) leaving every half an hour to Piazza San Marco in Venice.
You can also visit the islands of Burano, Murano and Torcello, real beauties of the Republic of Venice, a splendid city that remained intact for over 1000 years.