Download Water Bus Timetables Venice apk 1.5 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 1.6 MB
Public Transport Venice.
TimeTables Vaporetti (WaterBus) Venezia is an application dedicated to public transport in Venice.
Here you will find information about schedules:
-(Water Bus) Vaporetti ACTV
- Bus Lido
- Bus Tram Mestre
- Aerobus (line 5) to Marco Polo Airport (Tessera).
- Usfull numner for Venice
- Hight Tide*
- Taxi / Water Taxi
This app is being improved, and this is a first version, so it requires a bit of patience if there some malfunction. By the time we will try to improve and add more useful information about the city of Venice.
Important: We disclaim any responsibility for changes, updates, errors or any kind of incompatibility with the real time tables. We recommend to visit www.actv.it. in order to be always informed.
“ATTENZIONE: QUESTA NON E’ UN’APP UFFICIALE DI ACTV SPA,
I DATI IN ESSA CONTENUTI SONO REPERITI ED AGGIORNATI DAL SUO AUTORE
CHE NE E’ DIRETTO RESPONSABILE”
* requires to download a free app
New Time Tables Vaporetti
R.I.G part of our Transportation and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update July 23, 2014. Google play rating is 63.7544. Current verison is 1.5. Actual size 1.6 MB.
Needs updating Very useful and clear for finding out about routes, but it still runs on the old timetable so the times are wrong. It doesn't seem possible to update the timetable even if you uninstall and reinstall.
It is old! Please update it! Date of published timetable: 11/06/2015 on actv.it! Map would be very useful, please add it if possible!
Woefully out of date I stupidly trusted the times given by this app and got quite shirty with the marinaio who refused to allow us onto the vaporetto, which was terminating there. It turns out he was right & your app was wrong. We had to walk. Thanks a lot (sarcasm).
Update it! Needs an update asap.
Do not trust Used this app in April 2016 and found it to have the wrong times and/or the wrong landing stages on 3 occasions. Downloaded the PDF from ACTV instead, which was much more (although not totally) accurate.