|Airport code||VCE||VCE is the airport IATA code on flights to Venice|
|Top Airline||Easyjet||Popular airline with flights to Venice|
Venice is a magical blend of exciting culture, exquisite Gothic architecture, grandiose monuments and vibrant squares. Its gleaming waterways and canals make it one of the most unique cities in the world to visit. From the rich collection of art on display at institutions such as the Accademia and Peggy Guggenheim Collection, to the grandiose Renaissance and Baroque architecture, you can immerse yourself in history, swoon over beautiful buildings or tickle your taste buds with Venetian "tapas". Glide through the city on a gondola or simply meander along the narrow streets and footbridges at your leisure, sip a spritz at a sidewalk cafe or hit the shops to peruse local handicrafts – the choice is yours. Discover here the best offers for Flight + Hotel to Venice.
Most of Venice is completely traffic-free, so visitors can get to know the city by wandering through the picturesque streets on foot, ambling by the canals or by taking a river taxi or gondola. The city can be visited year round. In winter Venice has an atmosphere all of its own, with quiet streets and cozy interiors, while during warmer months the streets are ablaze with color and the buzz of outdoor activity.
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Passengers traveling to Venice can choose to fly into Venice Marco Polo Airport or Treviso Airport. The city's main official airport is Venice Marco Polo, while Treviso is smaller, frequented by low-budget airlines.
Venice Marco Polo Airport is situated on the mainland about 8 miles from Venice close to the town of Terressa.
Passengers can access the city center by taking a water taxi or public ferry. Alternatively, you can take one of the airport's bus services that connect with the Piazzale Roma where you will continue your journey on water. Taxis are also available from the airport to Piazzale Roma.
Treviso Airport is located about 19 miles from Venice.
Passengers can reach nearby Treviso and Venezia Mestre Railway stations by taking a taxi from outside the terminal building. There are also several bus and coach services that link the airport to the city of Venice and car rentals can be organized in the arrivals hall.