Public toilets in Venice are run by Veritas with the exception of those at Venice Santa Lucia railway station. There are 20 toilets, mostly in the historic city centre of Venice (11), but also on the islands in the lagoon (6) and on the mainland (3) with facilities for the disabled and for nursing mothers.
The cost is 1.50 Euro. Pay in a coin operated machine - beware of people outside the building asking for money.
For the disabled and those over 70, use of the toilets is free.
You can buy daily or weekly passes to save money here.
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