Jesolo has the longest pedestrian street in Europe

A single, endless avenue that connects one end of the resort with the other. From eight in the evening until six the next morning the long avenue that crosses the Lido, linking its two ends, from the Lighthouse area to the Pine Forest, is closed to vehicles and becomes Europe’s longest pedestrian street, with a 12 km walkway. Everything is a myriad of colours, with bars, pubs, restaurants, games rooms and, above all, stores for shopping sprees, with big name brands and more. You can travel the street on a tourist train while visiting Jesolo in a fun, involving and unusual way, between the partying crowds on either side of the street.

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