Venice – How to reach the city center

Venice – How to reach the city center

You can reach Venice in many ways: by plane, by car, by train. On this page we suggest you how to reach the city center from Venice or from Treviso Airport; highways to take to reach the city; where to park; which transport you can take once you get to the Venice railway station (Saint Lucia) or Mestre . Whatever means you choose will be easy to reach your hotel and then begin to explore the city and its wonders. The airport of Venice is very well served by public transport and private lines. Both by sea and by land you can reach Venice in the city center, in a short time. Of course you can also choose to take a water taxi, an expensive option but particularly evocative. Both Piazzale Roma and the railway station of Venice Saint Lucia are in the center. To park you can choose one of the garages in Piazzale Roma or Mestre. In the second case you will spend less and then you get to Venice Laguna with a bus or train (public parking lots are located in front of the station of Venice - Mestre. In this section, you will still find all the information to get to Venice by any means. Whichever way you decide to reach the lagoon you will understand how to move accordingly.  

Venice by plane


If you arrive in Venice by plane from the Marco Polo airport you can reach the historic center in several ways: By taxi: the 15-minute trip to...

Venice by train


If you decide to get to Venice by train, you’ll be taken straight into historical centre. Indeed, it is the easiest way to reach the Grand...

Venice by car


  You can easily get to Venice by car through motorway (A4 from Trieste and Turin, A27 from Belluno, and A13 from Bologna) and road links...

Venice Airport


The international airport Venice-Tessera is 12 kilometres far from the centre of Venice and it was named after the well-known Venetian explorer Marco...