You may arrive in Venice via the road and railway bridges but there are just two ways to get around Venice: on foot and by boat. Waterbuses are the most essential part of Venice transport. Workday vaporetti and the faster motoscafi are known as the two hands of transportation Venice. On the contrary, it is possible as well to tour Venice solely on foot. For the best way to get around, one can have a comfortable pair of shoes, a very good map- including ferry routes and a travel card.
Basically, Vaporetto refers to little steamers but nowadays it uses to describe the city’s various types of public ferry service. Waterbuses are available different sizes and comfort ranges. Mostly, tourists prefer outside seats in waterbuses. If you are planning to stay longer then a monthly pass of €28 is good one for you.