Venice Marco Polo Airport

Venice Marco Polo Airport is the main international airport serving Italian city Venice. Named after the famous explorer, it welcomes travellers from all over the world on short, long-haul and connecting flights. Some low cost airlines also operate out of Venice Treviso Airport, which is farther from the city.


More than eight million people pass through Venice Marco Polo Airport every year. The airport is a hub for Voloteaand easyJet, and more than 50 other airlines fly in and out of its single terminal.


The terminal opened in 2002 and has three floors. The ground floor is for arrivals and the first floor is for departures, while the top floor is used for airline and car rental company offices. The airport has several lounges where passengers can relax before their flights: the Tintoretto Lounge for SkyTeam customers, the Marco Polo Room for passengers using other airlines, Club Il Milione for frequent flyers and a VIP lounge available to all travellers for a small fee.


Travellers looking to get their first taste of authentic Italian cuisine will find plenty to satisfy at the airport's restaurants, pizzerias and wine bars. If you're looking for souvenirs or duty-free bargains, Italian brands mix with international labels at shops across all three floors. The airport also has a spa.


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Please note: all information is correct as of October, 2016.

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 Getting To & From the Airport

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From Bologna, take the A13 motorway towards Padua and take the A4 motorway towards Venice. At the end of the motorway after the Venezia Mestre toll, take the ring road towards the airport and follow the signs to your terminal. From Trieste, take the A4 motorway towards Venice, and at the end of the motorway after the Quarto D'Altino toll, continue towards Venice, and take the exit for the airport. If coming from Belluno, take the A27 motorway towards Venice. At the end of the motorway, after the Mogliano Veneto toll, follow the signs to the Airport. If taking the Jesolo coast road, take the Triestina SS14 road towards Venice and follow the signs to the airport.    

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The Airport is connected to the train stations by a metred taxi service and city buses or regional buses. There are two stations connected to the airport namely the Venezia Mestre station and the Venezia Santa Lucia Station.   

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The ATVO express bus makes regular departures to Venice's bus terminal Piazzale Roma. From here, you can continue your journey into Venice on the vaporetto public boat, by water taxi or on foot.


The bus departs every 20 minutes and costs €8. Tickets are purchased from a machine at the bus stop, directly outside the arrivals hall.


You can also travel with other bus and coach companies to Piazzale Roma, including ACTV, the Cortina Express and FSBusitalia.

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If you prefer to travel to Piazzale Roma by taxi, you'll find a taxi rank right outside the airport. The 20-minute journey should cost €35–€40 using the meter.

 Who flies to Venice Marco Polo

 Airport Contact Details

Venice Marco Polo Airport

Viale G Galilei 30/1,
I-30030 Tessera (Venezia),

Tel:+39 (0)41 2609260
Fax:+39 (0)41 2606409


Società Aeroporto Venezia S.p.A.

 Location Details

Longitude:12° 21' 0'' E
Latitude:45° 30' 0'' N

 Airport Location

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