Welcome to the contacts page of San Camillo Hospital and Research Centre in Venice. Following, you will find the address, the map, the switchboard, the email address and a contact form to fill for any kind of information. Learn more about our location and how to contact us.
How to get to the San Camillo Hospital in Venice?
There are several ways to arrive at San Camillo Hospital, all depending on where your journey starts. Following, some indication from the most common leaving points.
From Mestre or Marghera
If you leave from Mestre or Marghera areas, you could get the new water connection leaving from Marghera. This means is exclusive to patients, patients’ family members, and employees. The boat from Marghera is free of charge for patients and relatives of these, and at a reduced rate for employees. Following, there is a downloadable map with the indications to get to the boat stop and the time table.
From Venice Lido
If you leave from the Lido, you can reach the Institute by taking one of these two bus lines: Line A or Line 11 . Both of these buses stop at the Alberoni San Camillo stop, just in front of the Hospital.
From Venice Island
If you leave from Venice, there are many water buses you can get. Take care to double-check that the water bus you take stops at Lido S.M.E. and its direction. The water bus lines that lead to Lido are the following: Line 1; Line 5.1; Line 5.2 and Line 6. Once you arrived at Lido S.ME., you need to get the aforementioned busses, Line A or Line 11 (look above under ‘From Venice Lido’ heading for more details). To see the water bus and the bus stops and the time tables, we suggest you to refer to this site.
From Venice Airport
From Marco Polo’s Airport of Venice you can take the Alilaguna Transport Service. Visit this website to see the timetable and the fares. Alilaguna Transport Service stops at Lido S.M.E.. One you arrived at Lido S.ME. stop, you need to get the aforementioned busses, Line A or Line 11 (look above under ‘From Venice Lido’ heading for more details).
EXCLUSIVE WATER TRANSPORT MARGHERA EXPO – SAN CAMILLO IRCCS
The San Camillo Hospital in Venice has established a new experimental water transport service exclusive to patients, relatives, employees and collaborators. The treatment is free of charge for patients and relatives of these and at a reduced rate for the employees of the Institute. Here on the right is available the updated press release with indications on how to reach the port, where to park, and the timetable table.