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How to Get from Venice Marco Polo Airport to Piazzale Roma
Marco Polo is the primary airport serving the Unesco World Heritage Site Venice. It is the busiest air hub in Italy thanks to millions of tourists coming to the floating city every year. The flights are usually to other European cities but there are seasonal ones to Canada and the US. With its one terminal, it tends to be busier than other airports. If you are going to the island, the route from the airport ends at Piazzale Roma, the central bus station of Venice, the last stop for motorized vehicles on the island. From that point, you go either on foot or by water. As for sightseeing in Venice, there are not a lot of ways to beat the crowds, but you can reserve your daytime to major places like St. Mark’s, Doge’s Palace or Gallerie dell Accademia and explore the narrow streets and bridges over the canals after dusk. You can find all kinds of non-touristic gems during your walk from bars to small artisanal shops.
Taxi from Venice Marco Polo Airport to Piazzale Roma
Taxi service in Venice is limited to mainland Mestre and Piazzale Roma on the Island and it is a little expensive. Nevertheless, you can find cabs lined up at the Marco Polo terminal exits. From the air hub to Piazzale Roma, the fixed fare is €40. There is an extra luggage fee. You also have the option of water taxi directly from Marco Polo to Piazzale Roma. Nevertheless, being the quickest option, it is rather pricey with the fare around €110.
Public Transport from Venice Marco Polo Airport to Piazzale Roma
With the airport ferry terminal, you have more options to get to Piazzale Roma from Marco Polo Airport. The cheapest of public transport options is the local ACTV bus from the airport which offers 30-minute trips for €6. Or there is an ATVO express shuttle for €8. You can buy a ticket at ticket machines or offices at the airport. You also have the option of a ferry from the Marco Polo Airport to Piazzale Roma but the docks are 10 minutes walk away. The ferry costs €15, the journey is 30-45 minutes long and has three different routes to different parts of the island. If you do not feel like understanding the complexity of local transport, try booking a transfer service or taxi.
Transfer from Venice Marco Polo Airport to Piazzale Roma
A private transfer would provide with the comfort of a taxi with a better price for Venice and without the hustle of arranging a cab after your flight. In case of Piazzale Roma, it is the second fastest option to get from Marco Polo after water taxi. At Kiwitaxi.com, you can order your transfer from Marco Polo Airport to Piazzale Roma Venice. The price starts from €48 for four people. You can pay for your transfer quickly beforehand online with your credit card. You can also pay after your journey to the driver in cash. Your transfer driver will pick you up from Marco Polo with your name sign and drive you to your destination - Piazzale Roma. What remains for you is just to enjoy your trip. Read about different transfer options on the website.
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