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Venice laundromat

ABOVE: Maggie of inspects a laundromat in Santa Croce, near the railroad station.

by Durant Imboden 

Venice launderette sign If you're like me and you travel mostly with drip-dry clothing, you won't need to worry about finding a self-service laundry when you're in Venice.

But if you're a more typical traveler who wears cotton t-shirts, jeans, and other items that benefit from machine washing and drying, don't miss our Venice Laundromats article at Venice for Visitors.

Our illustrated article describes three launderettes in Venice's historical center: one near the railroad station, another within walking distance of the Piazza San Marco, and another that's next to the Venice Hostel on the island of Giudecca.

All three establishments are modern, clean, and open until mid- or late evening. For more about the laundromats and how to reach them, click here.


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