Flights to Venice

Venice is a city in the Veneto region of northeastern Italy. The city is made up of a mainland area and many islands in the Venetian Lagoon. The islands are linked by bridges, earning it romantic names like “City of Canals” or “City of Bridges”. The lagoon and part of the city are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The main airport in Venice is the Venice Marco Polo Airport.

  • 28 km from the Venice lagoon
  • From the airport to the city center, a taxi ride costs around RM240 (€50) and takes about 30 minutes.
    • Note: Taxis can only drop at Piazzale Roma, as the islands in Venice are generally car-free
  • Water buses cost RM72 (Euro15) one way and take about 1 hour and 15 minutes while the private water taxis cost from RM528 (Euro110) and can send you right to your accommodation

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Best Time to Visit Venice

Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best times to visit, as you can avoid the hot temperatures in summer and the peak tourist season.

Things to do in Venice

What to see in Venice

Most of the tourist attractions are located near the Piazza San Marco. From here, you can visit Basilica di San Marco, Doge’s Palace and Torre dell’Orologio. To soak in the romantic atmosphere, hop on a gondola and view the city from its canals.

Venice also has a vibrant contemporary art scene. The Venice Biennale, the world’s biggest and longest-running contemporary art extravaganza, is something not to be missed.

Taking either a water bus, water taxi or a gondola, you can also enjoy cruising down the Grand Canal to enjoy great views of architecture and the magnificent Rialto Bridge.

What to eat in Venice

Authentic Venetian cuisines rely heavily on fish and vegetables. The most iconic of all is the appetiser sade in saor, a sweet-sour dish that consists of fried sardine fillets marinated in vinegar, onions, raisins and pine nuts.

As rice is commonly grown in the Veneto region, locals also love rice-based foods like risotto and risi e bisi.

Getting around in Venice

Water buses are the main form of transportation and offer great views of the city.

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Airports near Venice

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Venice: Venice Marco Polo and Venice Treviso.
Transavia France, Norwegian, GOL Linhas Aéreas, BA Cityflyer, Azul Airlines, Laudamotion, germanwings and Garuda Indonesia all fly direct to Venice.
The cheapest month to fly to Venice is October.

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