When you arrive at the airport in Venice, you immediately head towards the hotel. Don't waste time and discover the eternal city of love. All this without stress, for a guaranteed relaxed start to your holiday. Simply book in advance with a few clicks your airport transfer at a fixed price for your individual trip. A Venice transfer with v-transfers is both flexible and reliable when it comes to time changes, for example, as well as uncomplicated and inexpensive. A private transfer to the city centre from Marco Polo Airport is usually a private water taxi. The taxi is already waiting at the departure point. You drive directly to the nearest mooring of the booked hotel. During the trip with the boat you get a first impression of the surroundings. Drive along the Canal Grande, past Piazzale Roma or Venezia Santa Lucia train station, to your hotel.
You don't yet know how to get from Venice-Tessera Airport or Treviso to your hotel or port? Then you won't have to look long for overcrowded public transport and water taxis, where you may have to plan for waiting times depending on your business. Let us pick you up uncomplicatedly and inexpensively directly at the airport. A private transfer in Venice is available for this purpose. After your arrival at the airport, this will take you to your desired destination without waiting or stopping. The booking online via v-transfers is fast and secure. Payment can be made by credit card. You can already specify whether you just want to book the Venice Transfer. Or book the appropriate transfer for your return journey right away. So that you don't have to worry about how to get back to Venice Airport during your holiday. Immediately after booking, you will be sent the necessary documents including ticket and further information about your booked transfer. Your holiday in Venice can come!
Transfers from Marco Polo airport to your hotel: in the centre of Venice (by water taxi), to Mestre, Cavallino, Abano Terme, Lido de Venezia, Bibione and to the cruise port.
Venice transfer (VCE) offers
Transfer Marco Polo Airport (VCE)
Private Water taxi Venice
Price for 1-6 passengers per way
|to Venice City Center||from 151 €|
|to Lido de Venezia||from 167 €|
Private Transfer Venice
Price for 1-5 passengers per way
|to Mestre||from 65 €|
|to Venice cruise port||from 75 €|
|to Lido de Jesolo||from 153 €|
|to Cavallino||from 159 €|
Venice is the right place for those who would like to immerse themselves in another world. No roads or cars, there are canals and gondolas and countless bridges. Venice is not only therefore an extraordinary city, but also inspires with its history and above all with its charm. For all those who have enough to do with the planning of the sightseeing tour, v-transfers is there to take you comfortably and safely from the airport to your hotel of the popular city destination.
The airport Tessera, Italian also "Aeroporto di Venezia-Tessera Marco Polo" was named after the merchant Marco Polo. The international airport of Venice is located in the northeast of Italy, directly at the lagoon of Venice and only about eight kilometers away from the Italian city as the crow flies. The new main airport near Tessera was opened in 1960. Around eight million passengers are served here every year. A direct flight from German departure airports usually takes between 1 and 2 hours.
Besides the airport Tessera, Venice can be reached via the smaller airport near Treviso. This is located in the north-east of Italy about 25 kilometres from Venice and is especially preferred by low-cost airlines. These include airlines such as Ryanair and Wizz Air. Since its creation in the 1920s, it has served both commercial and military purposes. It was not until 1990 that Treviso Airport was attributed the role of a low-cost carrier. Today it is called Aeropuerto di Treviso Antonia Canova, based on the sculptor Antonio Canova. Here the flight time from Germany amounts to approx. 1 ½ hours.
Depending on the type of transfer chosen (shuttle bus, private water taxi, private transfer), the approximate transfer time from Venice-Tessera Airport will be approximately:
The port of Venice has a total of three berths for cruise ships. Stazione Marittima is the so-called main landing stage with five berths for large ships. The slightly smaller ships can moor at the San Basilio quay. The third mooring is located at the Riva Sette Martiti in the east of St. Mark's Square and also offers moorings for large ships. Entering the port is already considered an unforgettable experience, attracting around 1.5 million cruise passengers annually. Thanks to the good public transport connections, the city centre can always be reached in a short time, even on foot after a 45-minute walk.