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46 - 186 GBP

Italy is one of those destinations that can be quite magical, but you must go at the right time. Late spring and early summer are ideal times to fly to Venice, because you can skip the heavy rainfall of winter, and also the tourist-filled city of February’s Carnevale season. Late summer also brings an increase in tourist activity, and the city can be quite uncomfortably hot. Spring temperatures average 4 – 12 degrees Celsius.


Venice flight deals found on momondo

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Ryanair
Ryanair
BRS
28 Jan
Bristol airport
2h 15m
VCE
Venice Marco Polo airport
Ryanair
VCE
31 Jan
Venice Marco Polo airport
2h 25m
BRS
Bristol airport
10 GBP
Ryanair
Ryanair
BRS
11 Feb
Bristol airport
2h 15m
VCE
Venice Marco Polo airport
Ryanair
VCE
14 Feb
Venice Marco Polo airport
2h 25m
BRS
Bristol airport
10 GBP
easyJet
easyJet
LTN
04 Feb
London Luton airport
2h 10m
VCE
Venice Marco Polo airport
easyJet
VCE
11 Feb
Venice Marco Polo airport
2h 20m
LTN
London Luton airport
42 GBP

Which airlines fly to Venice?

Direct international flights to Venice from the UK include British Airways, Monarch, easyJet, Ryanair, Flybe, and Thomson Airways. Other non-direct international flights, including cheap flights into Venice are offered by KLM, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Air France, SAS, Vueling, Brussels Airlines, Swissair, and Czech Airlines.


How to get from the airport to Venice city centre?

Below you will find all the airports in Venice along with the distance from the city centre
Venice Treviso A. Canova
16 mi from city centre
Venice Marco Polo
4 mi from city centre

Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE)

Water Taxi

Make a grand entrance into Venice on the water taxi. A one-way trip is approximately €110 – €125 EUR, and kiosks are in the arrival halls of the airport for ticket purchases. Water taxis take approximately 25 minutes to city centre.

Public Boat

The Alilaguna boat line runs from the airport into Venice. It costs €15 EUR per person for a one-way trip. It is not the fastest, because the boat makes multiple stops to city centre.

ATVO Express

The ATVO Express is a privately-operated bus that takes 20 minutes to reach city centre and runs 3 times every hour. The cost is €6 EUR for one-way travel.

Private Car

Use a private airport transfer through a pre-booked car service. myDriver Airport Venice is the more popular private car service, but any service will be costly in comparison to other public transportation options.

Taxi

Land taxis are available from the airport terminals and take approximately 25 minutes to reach city centre for an average fare of €35 – €40 EUR.


How to get around in Venice?

Venice transportation options are plentiful, and a vast majority of the city is accessible by walking around. Venice itself is not very large, so one could walk the streets and alleys as well as along the canals with ease.

ACTV Public Transport

ACTV provides a full suite of public transportation that includes the Vaporetto, land buses, and airport transfers. A Gold City Pass starts at €58.90 EUR for access to all public transportation visiting museums, churches, and so on. Your pass will be valid for 72 hours.

Vaporetto

Vaporetto is a water bus that stops at major Venice attractions.

Water Taxi

Water taxis are costly, but very efficient. Prices are typically negotiated before boarding, and some taxi drivers allow travellers to share the costs with others.

Gondola

Gondolas are the preferred form of public transportation in Venice. Due to demand and popularity, the price will vary depending on the season and tourist events, thus increasing the need for Gondolas in the canals.


What are the visa and passport requirements when flying to Venice?

UK Nationals

UK citizens must have a passport, but no visa is required for up to 90 days. Passport endorsed British Citizens, European Communities, British Dependent Territories Citizens or British Subjects only need a passport.

For foreign nationals, please check the Schengen Visa Info website.


Quick facts about Venice

Time, currency, and the basics — see the local time and get an idea of how much money you will spend on the basics in Venice
Local time
Currency
Euro
Beer
Pint of beer
1.47 GBP
Food
Inexpensive restaurant
13 GBP
Public transport
One-way ticket
1.35 GBP

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Additional info and tips about visiting Venice

Things to do and Places of Interest in Venice

Venice is home to numerous attractions and historical landmarks, so to get the most out of your stay, there are a few attractions you should include on your priority list. Piazza San Marco is one of the finest squares and here you will find the Clock Tower, Basilica di San Marco, and the Procuratie Nuove. The Ghetto has unique living quarters that have historically separated religions and cultures. Walk across the Ponte dei Sospiri, also known as the Bridge of Sighs, and soak up your surroundings. Do not miss visiting one of the most beautiful monuments, the Palazzo Mocenigo.

Tips and Tricks for Visiting Venice

Visiting Venice is not cheap, but when you know a few insider tricks, it can be much more affordable.

Purchase Ferry Tickets

A one-way ferry ticket is relatively affordable, and it is valid for 60 minutes. When you plan to use ferries and other public transit often, purchase an all-in-one 3-day travel pass.

Book a Centrally-Located Hotel

If you can, book a hotel room close to a water taxi pick up point, and you will be just a few minutes from local transportation as well as the main attractions.

Eat Like a Local

Some eateries cater to tourists, which mean higher prices. Eat like a local instead by visiting eateries that the residents frequent. Not only will you have cheaper prices, but the Italian food there is far more authentic.

Do Not Rely on Phone Apps

Smartphone apps and GPS will get you lost in the alleys and canals of Venice. Therefore, it is best if you purchase a printed map, and save time getting around rather than lose your way and waste time asking for directions.