Venice is one of those cities that are associated with romantic sunsets and gondola rides on one of the many canals. In addition, the city is famous for its many valuable monuments and interesting places to visit. No wonder that every year thousands of tourists come here, not only from Europe but from around the world.
This is very probable that you will start your adventure from the airport. And you will need to accommodate in the center of Venice. The ways you can reach the center of modern part of the city are described below. But if you want to get straight to the tourist part of the city (old town situated on the water) just take a water bus and enjoy the beauty from the first minutes of your stay. And do not forget to prepare your camera!
From Marco Polo Airport to the city center can be reached via two routes. The first one leads though the A4 motorway, while the other bypasses the highway and leads the way SS14.
Between the airport and the center of Venice runs several bus lines. These are:
- ACTV No. 5 runs on the route: Marco Polo Airport – Venice,
- ACTV No. 15 connecting the Marco Polo airport with railway station in Mestre,
- ATVO Fly Bus runs between the airport Marco Polo and the railway station in Mestre,
- ATVO Marco Polo Shuttle overcomes the route between the airport Marco Polo – Aviano – Pordenone – Portogruaro.
From Marco Polo Airport you can get to Venice also using the trains. On the route Marco Polo airport – railway station Mester runs line ATVO FLY BUS – ACTV No. 15. And the airport with railway station Santa Lucia in Venice connects the line ATVO AIR TERMINAL – ACTV No. 5.