Nave de Vero Shopping Centre (Venice)
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Shops and gastronomy
Some famous shops for clothes: Benetton, Desigual, Geox, Jack & Jones, Levi's, Pull&Bear, Tommy Hilfiger and Zara.
The direct access by public transport is somewhat more difficult than to the other large shopping centre of Venice, the "Porte di Mestre" in the north of the city. Bus 13 departs every half hour from the city centre of Mestre to the shopping centre. However, as far as we know, the buses of line 13 do not run on weekends. There is no direct bus from the centre of Venice on Sundays. The final stop of line 13 is less than 100 metres from the entrance of the new shopping centre of Venice.
The final stop of the tram line 2 (T2) "Via Salamonio" is about 500 meters away from Nave de Vero. Many locals walk from the tram stop through a small industrial area to the shopping centre. From Venice old town you can take the tram of the other line (T1) and change to Mestro Centro. From Venice (Piazalle Roma) the other shopping centre Porte die Mestre is better accessible by public transport as there is a direct bus.
Be careful, you get no tickets from the drivers on the bus or tram in Venice. Tickets are available at the train stations, tobacco shops, lottery shops or kiosks.
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The Nave di Vero on the city map of Venice
Opening hours Nave de Vero Shopping Centre
The shopping centre is also open on Sundays, as is more and more common in Italy. The Nave de Vero is only closed on a few public holidays, such as Christmas or New Year.