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VENICE MARCO POLO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - VENICE

Venice International AirportVenice Airport - The main Venice Airport is Marco Polo or Aeroporto di Venezia Marco Polo, situated close to the centre of Venice. The Treviso airport is also convenient to central Venice.

Venice Marco Polo International Airport is served by many airlines as it is such a popular tourist destination as well as an important business destination. For this reason when you are looking for a flight, remember the market is very competitive and you should search on the internet to find the best discounts.

British Airways and Easyjet from Gatwick and British Midlands from Heathrow fly from London to Aeroporto di Venezia Marco Polo as well as many charter operators from different UK airports. American Airlines as well as all the major European airlines – Air France, Alitalia, Sabena, Lufthansa, Malev, KLM, Aer Lingus etc etc - all fly to Marco Polo – over 40 different airlines.

Treviso Airport – only a short coach trip from Venice is served by Ryanair from several regional airports and Stansted. After you have arrived at the airport you can travel by car, bus, water bus or water taxi.

Water Taxi is the most expensive costing about €80-€100 – this to the nearest landing point to your hotel. If you want to travel by waterbus, the Alilaguna Lines (Red and Blue) will bring you to central Venice or the Islands landing points for €10 but there will be a charge for luggage aswell. This company covers about 16 kms with two lines and ten different landing places. Travelling by water will take up to one and a half hours.
http://www.alilaguna.it/?lang=en

You can also travel by ordinary bus to Mestre, Palazzo de Roma or Santa Lucia Station. The ACTV Company also runs shuttle buses to many other mainland destinations. Travelling by bus to the above destinations is quicker than by waterbus. ACTV also run a service to the major beach destinations around Venice with a limited service during winter months and a more extensive service in the summer.

If you arrive at Treviso Airport, there is a coach service direct to Venice – see the ACTV website below.

For bues to the surrounding areas of Venice
http://www.atvo.it/eng/airport.php?var=v

The Aeroporto di Venezia Marco Polo website is http://www.veniceairport.it

Transport – waterbuses and landbuses in Venice centre and the coach service from Treviso Airport to Venice.
www.actv.it/english/home.php

 

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