Venice, how to get there by train, bus, vaporetto from the main destinations


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Magic and timeless charm.

Absolutely unique in its kind, for peculiarities and characteristics, Venice is certainly one of those cities that should be seen at least once in their lives!

With its lagoon, it is among the Italian sites declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is, objectively, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and one of the most visited in Italy.

Magical and suggestive, it is much loved for its atmospheres. Romantic city of undisputed charm, particularly loved by foreign tourists. Let yourself be pampered on board a gondola. Lose yourself among the streets, the beautiful and noble palaces and the "campielli". Admire the city from the Rialto Bridge or from one of its magical Bridges. And, again, Piazza San Marco, the Arsenal, the Basilica of Santa Maria gloriosa de Frari ....

So: have a good trip in the marvelous Venice.




The plane is undoubtedly the most convenient and fastest way to reach the city. Venice-Tessèra is an international airport named after the famous Venetian explorer Marco Polo, located about 13 km from the city center. It became, in a short time, one of the reference points of the air traffic of the North-Italy, with more than 1.000 the weekly connections for the main national, European and intercontinental destinations.


There are several options for reaching the center of Venice. The most economical solution is represented by the bus, while the most suggestive is to arrive by sea.

From the airport dock there is an Alilaguna company service with connections to Venice and the main islands (Murano, Burano, Lido).

If you want to save money, you can opt for the bus. The 5 line ofACTV and the 35 line ATVO VEZIA EXPRESS connect the Airport with Piazzale Roma in about 30 ′ travel.


The station of Santa Lucia is the railway station of the city, as well as one of the largest and most visited in Italy. It is located in the Cannaregio district, at the western end of the Grand Canal. Furthermore, it is connected to Piazzale Roma, the terminus of public transport lines, from the Ponte della Cosrituzione.

The city is well connected to the main Italian destinations: Bologna, Milan, Naples, Rome, Turin, Salerno, Verona, Brescia, Ferrara, Trieste and Udine. From here, moreover, connections to some European cities like Paris, Vienna, Munich and Geneva leave.


Flixbus is an important reality in the panorama of European road transport, synonymous with quality and savings. Traveling on the Flixbus buses, you can reach Venice from the main Italian cities, from South to North. Moreover, numerous connections are guaranteed with the main European destinations such as Bratislava, Frankfurt, Innsbruck, Lyon, Ljubljana, Munich, Paris, Stuttgart, Vienna and Zagreb.


La città dista poco più di 500 chilometri da Monaco di Baviera. Si attraversa l'Austria e si arriva in territorio italiano attraverso il valico del Brennero. Da Vienna sono circa 600 chilometri. Parigi dista oltre 1100 chilometri di auto; evitando la Svizzera (ed il pagamento del costoso bollino), si arriva direttamente in Italia attraverso il traforo del Monte Bianco dalla A40.

From Naples, in southern Italy, you have to travel about 700 kilometers to reach the destination; from Florence, the distance is about 300 kilometers, while from Milan and Turin it is, respectively, 280 and 400 kilometers around.

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