How to get there

How to reach Veneto and Venice

Thanks to the many links connecting this region to the rest of Italy and to other countries, reaching Veneto is very simple: by plane to one of the airports in Veneto, Italy, train, bus or private car, you can arrive in Veneto without any problems!


Airports in Veneto, Italy

In addition to the famous Marco Polo airport in Venice, which is the main international airport in the region. The airports in Veneto list also includes Verona Valerio Catullo airport and Treviso airport, often referred to as Venice-Treviso, served by many low cost airline companies.

Marco Polo Venice Airport

A. Canova Treviso Airport

Valerio Catullo Airport of Verona


Train Stations in Italy Veneto

The Veneto region has a very 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 to arrange a holiday in several stages. The train stations in Italy list is available on the website of Trenitalia, the leading Italian company in charge of the management of rail transport.



Road rules Italy

If you choose to reach the Veneto region with your car, remember to bring with you all necessary documents - document of ownership of the vehicle, driving licence and insurance policy; for non-EU citizens international driving license is required - and keep to the rules of the Italian roads, which are uniformed with European standards – drive on the right, seat belts and headlights on, diurnal or dipped headlights, even during daytime: few and simple rules that can avoid you expensive fines! In case of an accident, it is good to have the EAS modules (European Accident Statement), easily downloadable online.


Travelling around Veneto

Moving in Veneto region is fast and easy thanks to the excellent road network - the region is crossed by seven highways – and the local public transport: from Venice you can reach Verona and Cortina d'Ampezzo in about two hours, one hour to Padua and Treviso. If you prefer a more exclusive solution, you can book on comfortable private transfers to/from any area of the region.


Getting around Venice

In the historic centre of Venice there are no cars or roads, only boats! Public transport, the famous vaporetti - water bus, offer fast connections to/from all areas of the city and the islands of the lagoon. If you plan to use public transportation frequently, you should buy time tickets, which are better value than a single journey.