How to reach Venice

How to reach Venice

The city of Venice is easily reached by car or by train, by air or by sea.
By car and by train
For those who choose the car can park directly in predisposed pay-gareges at Piazzale Roma, the only point reached by car in Venice, or the island of Tronchetto connected to Venice by a funicular called People Mover 3 mins far from Piazzale Roma. In case the parking are complete for a particular event or during the months of greatest influx of tourists, it is recommended to park in the nearby mainland and get to Venice by bus or by train from Mestre train station, arriving at the station of Saint Lucia, a few steps from Piazzale Roma. The station of Venezia Santa Lucia is reached by train from all major European capitals.

By plane
Getting to Venice by plane is very convenient, 2 are the nearest airports, in Tessera Marco Polo or Treviso Antonio Canova. Both airports are connected to Piazzale Roma organized by shuttles. The Marco Polo airport is about 12 km, shuttle n°5, while Treviso Airport can be reached in 40 minutes. From Marco Polo Venice can be reached by using the Water Taxi, much more comfy but with much higher costs or Alilaguna service ( private company).

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Who should get to Venice by passenger ship, they moor in the new passenger terminal, which is 3 minutes from Piazzale Roma with the People Mover, or with water taxis and boats organized you can reach the center. To and from Venice several ferries depart for the transport of cars and people for the major Adriatic ports in Croatia and Greece.
In the whole area of Venice is a system of Taxi car to get to any destination.
Reach Venice in your own boat you can, in many mooring docks operated by local sailing organizations or by individuals. O for large boats can moor a payment in Riva degli Schiavoni in Venice or San Basilio to live as protagonist.