Airports. The Veneto region is served by three international airports.
Venice (Marco Polo) is the main airport which is connected by rail to the centre of Venice and receives scheduled airlines. There is also a regular bus service and taxi rank to Piazzale Roma, near Venice’s main train station (Santa Lucia). Alternatively, clients can get a vaporetto (regular boat service) or private boat to the centre.
Venice-Treviso, located 41km north of Venice, is used by charter airlines and is connected by rail to the centre of Venice (c.1 hour). There is also a regular bus service and taxi rank to Piazzale Roma, near Venice’s main train station (Santa Lucia).
Verona (Valerio Catullo or Villafranca) airport is located 10km southwest of Verona. It is conveniently located to access, by road, the cities of Verona, Vicenza, Padua and Lake Garda.
The Veneto region has an extensive rail network, through which you can reach almost any area of the region. The main artistic cities of the Veneto region are connected by frequent daily connections, ideal for pleasant day trips or multi-centre holiday.
Venice City Pass
Venezia Unica is the City Pass for Venice, an all-in-one pass to use for public transportation, admission to tourist attractions and cultural events in the city, and many other useful services.