Situated at Viale Galileo Galilei in the city of Venice, this is the third busiest airport in Italy. It is more commonly referred to as the VCE and has one terminal.
Air France, British Airways, Alitalia, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Qatar, Emirates, Delta, and United Airlines are the major commercial airlines that operate here. Ryanair, Vueling and Easyjet are the low-cost airlines that operate domestically as well as internationally.
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There are 70 check-in points at the departure area but although the number is high it can be a bit crowded depending on the season. The check-in is easy to make and it is user-friendly.
You should contact your travel agency or airline for information which refers to the size and weight restrictions for carry-on and hold baggage. If your baggage exceeds the size or weight limits, you may be charged an excess baggage fee depending on how many kilograms you exceeded.
Bus line no. 5: Marco Polo - Piazzale Roma (Center): 8 € one- way and 15 € for a round trip.
You can reach the regional destinations i.e. the areas within the city through Autostradale buses. These destinations include Padua and Treviso. The buses operate from 00:20 to 23:50 at an interval of every 20 minutes.
Alilaguna is a private company that operates 36 water buses under three lines, and you can avail them on a walking distance from the airport itself. You can buy the tickets to all types of public transport online. This alternative should be preferred, especially if you are travelling in a group.
Red Line: stops at Murano and Lido Islands: 15 € one way and 27 € for a round trip
Blue Line & Orange Line: multiple stops in Venice: 15 € one way and 27 € for a round trip. So if you are expecting to roam around the city of Venice, you should opt either of these lines.
There are more than fifty daily buses operating throughout the day from Venice Marco Polo Airport to Ljubljana. Popular carriers are Nomago, GoOpti and DRD Turizem. The price of an average ticket is 20 EUR one way.
Water taxis cost around 100 € to 150 €, subject to your destination and the amount of luggage that you are carrying.
You can avail a regular taxi from the airport to get to Piazzale Roma. It will take you about fifteen minutes and will cost around 50 €. These charges will include your carriage charges as well.
To get to the Mestre train station, you would need to take a bus from Marco Polo that will cost you 3 €. From the station, it will cost you 1 € for a short train ride to the Santa Lucia Train Station in Venice.
The VIP lounge at the Marco Polo airport in Venice is open daily from 5 am to 11 pm. You can buy the combined ticket including both access to the VIP Lounge and Fast Track at SAVE Ticket Office, 1st floor or at the lounge reception; price: 40 € per passenger.
You can benefit the following complimentary services:
The airport has only one terminal divided into three levels- ground floor for arrivals, first floor for departures and second floor exclusively for the staff.
Free WiFi is available at the airport for up to 6 hours. Connect to the “Venice Airport Free WiFi” network. No password required, you just need to register.
The airport has ATMs, baby care facilities, a chapel, a business centre, duty free & shopping, food concessions, premium lounges, observation decks, postal services, pharmacy, travel agencies and a prayer room.
Airport staff generally tolerate the many overnight sleepers, as long as you arrive before the airport technically closes at 12:00 AM. There are four hotels within 3 minutes from the airport, all providing to-and-fro shuttle service:
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