Useful info that comes in handy when you expect least
When you shop in Caorle, eat out, book your hotel room, explore the region or visit the attractions, all payments must be made in euro.
Notes consist of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 euro bills, and the range of coins goes from 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents (the subunits of the European currency) to 1 and 2 euro coins.
There are several banks in Caorle, most of them located in or around the historical center of the town. If you need to exchange money, they are your best bet. You can also resort to exchange desks at airports or large shopping venues, but fares won’t be just as convenient to you.
There are several post offices in Caorle, one in the resort proper, and the rest throughout the commune.
Check the data below to see addresses and services they offer:Ufficio postale Caorle
In order to make a call to Caorle, you first have to dial the country code: 0039 for Italy. Then you have to enter 0421, which is the province code for Venice. Some 5 or 6 digits follow next.
Connection to the Internet
Most hotels offer WiFi connection to their guests. However, you might want to stay connected even while shopping, eating out our sunbathing even. Most of the city benefits from the coverage offered by WiFi Caorle.
Please visit WiFi Caorle in order to learn about best connection spots, coverage, prices and other useful information.
Emergency Service (Pronto Soccorso / Servizio di Emergenza): 118
Police (Polizia): 113
Roadside Assistance (Soccorso Stradale): 116
Fire Department (Vigili del Fuoco): 115
Tax Police (Guardia di Finanza): 117
Harbor Office (Capitaneria di Porto): 1530
Municipal Police (Polizia Municipale): 0039042181345
Municipality (Municipio): 00390421219111
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Tourist information offices
The tourist information offices in Caorle are maintained by local and provincial associations interested in promoting the tourist visibility of seaside or landlocked destinations in the region. There are two inquiry desks in Piazza Matteotti and one on Viale dell'Artigiano.
In order to spend a vacation in Caorle, you must own a valid identification card, if you are a citizen of the European Union. If you travel from outside the European Union, you will need a passport in order to be granted access in Italy.
Importing and exporting goods in and from Italy are subject to specific regulations. If you are a European Union citizen, you are generally allowed to bring in or take out larger amounts of goods, whereas if you do not have European citizenship, your import and export attempts are confined so smaller amounts.
First of all, regardless of amount, all goods must be for personal use. Secondly, special regulations concern tobacco, alcoholic beverages, products of animal origin (depending on where they were produced), medicinal products. Please visit IATA in order to learn specific details about the Italian customs regulation before you travel to Caorle.