Where we are

The nearest motorway exits are Mestre 40 km away, Noventa di Piave 30 km away, Cessalto 32 km away and Quarto d’Altino 35 km away.

For those coming from the A4 motorway (from MI-BS-VR-VI-PD-VE) upon reaching the VE-Mestre exit, continue towards Marco Polo airport and follow signs to Jesolo. Once you reach Jesolo, follow signs to the EST/P.ZZA MANZONI area.

For those coming from the A4 motorway (from TS-UD ) take the “SAN DONA’ di PIAVE-NOVENTA DI PIAVE” exit and follow signs to Jesolo. Once you reach Jesolo, follow signs to the EST/P.ZZA MANZONI area.

Coming into the city, follow signs to the “Zona EST” of Lido di Jesolo towards the hospital. Turn right into Via Nicolò Tommaseo, turn left into Via Dalmazia, then turn right into the third access of Via Dalmazia.
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The nearest two train stations to us are: Mestre station 45 km away and San Donà di Piave station, 17 km away. There is a convenient bus service to the ATVO bus station in Jesolo Lido, the departure point of all the local buses.

The nearest airports to us are Marco Polo in Tessera 30 km away and San Giuseppe in Treviso 40 km away. From both airports there is a shuttle service which stops at the Jesolo Lido bus station.

The terminal of all the local and inter-urban bus routes is the Jesolo Lido ATVO bus station. Hotel Umberto is about 1 km from there. Take bus no. 2 towards Cortellazzo and get off at the Piazza Manzoni stop.

Jesolo is the ideal starting point for visiting Venice due to its convenient transport links. The shortest route to the city is the "Jesolo - Punta Sabbioni" road (15 km from the hotel) that you can reach by car or by bus (the bus stop is 100 m from the hotel), where you will find the motorboat that leaves for St. Mark’s Square in Venice every half hour. From Punta Sabbioni or directly from Venice you can easily visit the islands of Murano, known throughout the world for its blown glass production, Burano, famous for its hand-crafted lace, as well as its typical brightly coloured houses, and Torcello, the characteristic island that hosts Byzantine exhibits such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and the Church of Santa Fosca.


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