Venice Airport Venice Airport Information Venice - Venice Marco Polo Airport Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) is located 10 kms (6 miles) from Venice by water and 12 kms (7.5 miles) overland. As Venice is such a popular city destination for both business and leisure travel, it is not surprising that Venice Marco Polo Airport is used by a large number of major international airlines. Venice Marco Polo Airport has all the passenger facilities that one would expect from a major international airport. Banking facilities include bureaux de change, ATMs, banks and a full-service post office. There is also a good selection of bars, coffee shops, restaurants, fast-food outlets and snack areas. The tempting Extra-Schengen area is the place to shop for duty-free goods, with plenty of popular and exclusive stores to choose from. For the business traveller, a well-equipped meeting room within the VIP lounge can be hired. For those looking to rent a car on arrival in Venice, there are a number of car rental companies represented at Venice Marco Polo Airport. These include Avis, Hertz, Maggiore, Thrifty, Europcar and Sixt. Venice Marco Polo Airport has two major 24-hour car parks: a multi-storey car park that faces the terminal building and a nearby open-air car park. In addition, there are also smaller short-term car parks with parking meters and free, unattended car parks. Venice - Treviso Airport (TSF) is located 30 kms (19 miles) from Venice and is served by European budget airlines including Ryanair. A new terminal opens in 2005. Treviso Airport connects by road to Venice in about 30 minutes. Getting Into Venice From Marco Polo Airport There are many transport options to the historic city centre from Marco Polo airport. Water taxis and Alilaguna water buses to Venice leave from the airport dock, accessible by the free Darsena – Aerostazione shuttle. Waterbuses:Alilaguna waterbuses travel to some of Venice's key areas: the Red Line service takes just over an hour to San Marco – one-way fares from €10 – stopping en route at Murano and Lido, ending at Zattere. The Alilaguna also serves Venice Port with the Blue Line also stopping at Fondamenta Nuove and San Marco. Tickets for the Alilaguna service can be bought at the Alilaguna stand in the arrivals lounge from 8am to midnight. Private Water Taxis ('Motoscafi'): The quickest but priciest transport – taking around 30 minutes to San Marco. Expect to pay around €90 for four passengers with luggage. Night surcharges are applied after 10pm. The Motoscafi Venezia Ticket counter is located in the arrivals hall of Marco Polo Airport. Regular taxis: Fares from €30 for the 15 minute journey to Piazzale Roma near the Santa Lucia train station – from where you can walk or take the waterbus to the historical centre. Road Buses: Public bus services to Piazzale Roma (Venezia) from the airport are operated by ATVO (€3 one-way, baggage included) and ACTV buses (€1 one-way, baggage extra) leave from outside the terminal building every 30 minutes, with stops en route.turkeyarena.com ACTV Bus 15 goes to Mestre train station. Journeys take about 20 minutes to Piazzale Roma. Visit Venice Tourism for more details on transport into Venice from Marco Polo Airport. From Treviso Airport Buses: ATVO buses to Venice Piazzale Roma take about an hour and coincide with Ryanair and Transavia arrivals and departures, with two stops on Venice-Mestre; fares cost €4.50 one-way. Train: Trains from Treviso airport to Venice Santa Lucia station leave every 30 minutes - with a journey time of round 35 minutes. Tickets from €2.05. A regular bus service leaves the airport for Treviso train station. Taxis: Taxis to Venice cost around €70.