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City of Venice is served by 2 Rome area airports


Cheap flights to City of Venice recently found by travellers

City of Venice is served by 2 Rome area airports

    LON
    London
    ROM
    Rome
    Ryanair

    Sun, 16 Apr - Tue, 25 Apr
    US$50
    LPL
    Liverpool
    ROM
    Rome
    Blue Air

    Wed, 7 Jun - Wed, 14 Jun
    US$72
    BHX
    Birmingham
    ROM
    Rome
    Monarch

    Sun, 14 Jan - Fri, 19 Jan
    US$72
    EDI
    Edinburgh
    ROM
    Rome
    Ryanair

    Wed, 8 Mar - Wed, 29 Mar
    US$73
    PIK
    Prestwick
    ROM
    Rome
    Ryanair

    Sat, 6 May - Sat, 27 May
    US$77
    CWL
    Cardiff
    ROM
    Rome
    Flybe

    Thu, 28 Sep - Thu, 12 Oct
    US$92
    BRS
    Bristol
    ROM
    Rome
    easyJet

    Tue, 9 May - Wed, 10 May
    US$109
    GLA
    Glasgow
    ROM
    Rome
    Jet2.com

    Thu, 23 Feb - Thu, 9 Mar
    US$122
    LBA
    Leeds
    ROM
    Rome
    Jet2.com

    Sun, 26 Mar - Thu, 6 Apr
    US$134
    NCL
    Newcastle upon Tyne
    ROM
    Rome
    KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

    Mon, 22 May - Thu, 25 May
    US$161
Arriving in Venice

Cheap flights to Venice depart from Manchester Airport as well as Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports near London. Some regional airports in the UK may also offer flights to Venice. Citizens from the UK and EU do not require a visa to enter Italy. Most flights to Venice arrive at Venice Marco Polo Airport. Water taxis and waterbuses are available to ferry people into the city from Alilaguna jetty, about ten minutes away on foot. Tickets can be purchased from the VeniceLink website. ATVO operates a bus service to Piazzale Roma in Venice. Tickets can be bought in advance through the ATVO website, or on board the bus.

Some flights to Venice may arrive at Treviso Airport. Taxis are available from the airport to Venice city. Barzi BusService and ATVO provide bus services from the airport to Piazzale Roma, and tickets can be purchased through the ATVO website, or on board the bus.

Getting Around Venice

Venice’s compact size makes it easy to get around on foot. Other options are the vaporetti (water buses) and water taxis. Water taxis are fairly expensive and provide a luxurious, private journey. They can be hired by phone or through the Consorzio Motoscarfi Venezia website. Water buses provide regular services around Venice. Save money on journeys by buying a Tourist Travel Card from ACTV. The cards offer unlimited travel on vaporetti and are valid for between one to seven days, depending on the type of card chosen.

Main Attractions

Basilica di San Marco on the Piazza San Marco is one of Venice’s most popular sights. The mosaics and spectacular altarpiece are worth the considerable queuing time. The Basilica also has a museum and Treasury attached to it. The Santa Maria dei Miracoli is a much smaller church built largely of marble, with a beautiful vaulted ceiling decorated with images of various prophets. The historic Palazzo Ducale has been preserved as a museum, and houses a large collection of painting by artists such as Tintoretto and Veronese. For something more up to date, visit the impressive Peggy Guggenheim Collection on the Grand Canal. This museum is a repository of early twentieth century artworks by artists including Brancusi, Picasso and Duchamp. Visit the island of Murano for a peek at the glassblowing factories that manufacture the island’s famed glass products.

Shopping, Dining and Nightlife

The area around the famed Rialto Bridge has a collection of markets selling vegetables, fish and spices. There are also a number of stalls selling glass knick knacks and other souvenirs. For more authentic glassware, visit the Murano Glass Shop near the Piazza San Marco to pick up skilfully made glass objects. The island of Burano is renowned for its delicate lace, and many shops there offer handmade lace pieces. Visit the Ristorante Corte Sconta for fresh seafood, artistically arranged on plates. The frittura mista all’Adriatico (fried Adriatic seafood) is a great way to sample the region’s offerings. Grab a gelato at the Gelateria San Stae to cool off on a hot day. Enjoy a delicious drink at Harry’s Bar, the birthplace of the bellini.

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On Arrival...
  • City of Venice is 251 mi from Fiumicino Airport (Rome, Italy).
  • Fiumicino Airport (Rome, Italy)
    • Right now, 111 airlines operate out of Fiumicino Airport.
    • Fiumicino Airport offers nonstop flights to 188 cities.
    • Every week, at least 5,215 domestic flights and 5,362 international flights depart from Fiumicino Airport.
  • City of Venice is 251 mi from Ciampino Airport (Rome, Italy).
  • Ciampino Airport (Rome, Italy)
    • Right now, 2 airlines operate out of Ciampino Airport.
    • Ciampino Airport offers nonstop flights to 51 cities.
    • Every week, at least 14 domestic flights and 434 international flights depart from Ciampino Airport.

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