How to Get from Treviso Airport to Venice
When arriving in Venice from Treviso Airport, you have a few options for transportation. You can try renting a car, taking a bus, or taxi. Whichever one you choose will greatly depend on your comfort, length of travel time, and budget. Before you commit to any one mode of transportation, it’s best to arrange for a meeting with a Prontopia local assistant at the airport. This way, you can have the expert opinion of a local who can advise you all about the how to get to from Treviso Airport to Venice easily.
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The most economical way to travel to Venice from Treviso Airport is to take the bus. The two bus services you can use are the ATVO and Barzi Bus Service. The ATVO rides tend to be lengthier, up to 70 minutes long compared to 40 minutes for Barzi.
You can purchase your ATVO tickets at the airport as well as online. For a roundtrip, the cost is €22,00 for a single ticket carrier. For groups of 2-9, the cost is €20,00 per ticket, and for groups of 10 or more, it’s €18,00 per ticket. For one-way tickets, it’s €12,00 for a single ticket carrier, €11,00 for groups of 2-9 and €10,00 for groups of 10 or more. You can purchase the tickets at two different locations at Treviso Airport. There’s an automatic ATVO ticket machine in the arrivals baggage-claim area. You can also use arrivals hall ATVO office, which is available for service from 7:30 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. The ATVO app is also available for you to purchase tickets. Luggage is included in all aforementioned prices.
Before you get on the bus, your ticket must be properly validated. You can take care of this by using the stamping machines at the bus stops. The buses run throughout the day, but your departure depends on where your destination is. Consult ATVO’s timetable of Treviso Airport Bus Express service for more information.
Barzi Bus Service is another way to get from Treviso Airport to Venice. Barzi’s service will get you from Treviso Airport to the Mestre Railroad Station or Venice Tronchetto in approximately 30-40 minutes. Tickets are €12,00 each for a one-way trip and €22,00 each for a return trip, with 10 days validity. You can purchase these tickets online, at the Barzi desk at the airport, desk of Province of Treviso and on the bus itself. Luggage is included in both aforementioned prices. Services run as early as 8:00 A.M. and as late as 9:20 PM every day.
You can catch either the ATVO or Barzi bus right in front of the airport exit at Via Noalese. These services can also bring you to the Mestre Railroad Station in Venice. The trip time is approximately 15-20 minutes. You can book your tickets in advance online.
Rental cars and taxis are available for you to connect from Treviso Airport to Venice. You can rent a vehicle yourself at any number of the car rental company offices in the arrivals hall of the airport. This is on the ground level floor of the terminal building. You need to confirm your pickup at the rental car desk, even if you booked in advance. You can retrieve and return your rental car at the area marked with “Rent a car” (Autonoleggi) signs.
Taxis from Treviso Airport are provided courtesy of Radio Taxi Treviso. Bookings can be done online. For more information, call +39 0422 431515 or text +39 338 844 2000. Car trips can take approximately 30-45 minutes.
In contrast to your options for how to get from Marco Polo Airport to Venice, when arriving to Treviso Airport there are no water taxis or waterbuses available to take you to Venice as Treviso Airport is located in an inland region of the Veneto. No matter which mode of transportation you take, make sure you understand where you need to be and the associated costs. With the help of a Prontopia local assistant, you’ll have a much easier time connecting from Treviso Airport to Venice.
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