An easy guide to flying in and out of Venice.
Venice is the mecca for art and history lovers. Marco Polo Airport is the busiest airport near Venice and receives thousands of tourists each week.
Use this handy guide to learn about flights arriving in Venice and ground transport options linking the city centre to the airport.
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Venice flight FAQs
Who flies to Venice from Australia? No flights operate direct between Australia and Venice however you can hop onto connecting flights with British Airways, Qantas, KLM, Lufthansa, Air France, Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Qatar, Singapore Airlines and more.
What are the closest airports to Venice? Marco Polo Airport is Venice’s primary airport. Treviso Airport, situated 40 kilometres from Venice is the secondary airport.
What airport transfer options are available? Line 5 bus links the city with Marco Polo Airport. The fare is $3 and is the cheapest way to get from the airport to Venice. The ferry offers a scenic ride but sets you back by $11-20 and takes around 42 minutes.
To get to the city centre from Treviso Airport, the TerraVision bus shuttle is the cheapest option with fares starting from $16. Costing $60-$75 from Marco Polo Airport, taxis are expensive in Venice while shared airport shuttles offer door-to-door service from $50- $72 from Marco Polo Airport and Treviso Airport respectively.
Uber doesn’t operate in Venice.