Flights To Venice
Flights to Venice, Italy - A Guide
Ah, the beautiful city of canals. If you're looking for flights to Venice, it's worth noting that there are two possible airports for Venice, both of which are on the mainland (whereas Venice city is actually out on the islands). So it's worth double checking and making sure you're booking and flying into the right place, and you're organising any onward transport from the correct airport. Here's our guide to flying to Venice.
Cheap Flights To Venice
There are some fantastic deals to be had on flights to Venice, and that's into both airports. You often see flights from as little as £40 return from the UK with packages for one night costing as little as £69 per person, but make sure to do your research.
It's worth noting that Treviso airport is not Marco Polo airport and is actually 25 miles north of Venice. Ryanair offers flights to both airports so if you're booking with them, make sure you know which airport you are flying into.
There are two airports considered part of Venice, Venice Marco Polo Airport which is closer to the city, and Venice Treviso which is further outside the city.
Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) Information
Marco Polo is by far the more popular airport for enjoying a visit to the city. Holidaymakers arriving can take the bus from the airport which takes around 30 minutes, or if you fancy being a little more indulgent, you can book yourself a private boat transfer which takes a similar amount of time and leaves from right outside the airport. This can be a particularly good option if your hotel or apartment is located away from the main area, which would otherwise mean getting there will be longer.
Flying time from UK: 2 hours Airport code: VCE Airlines flying from UK to Florence: British Airways, easyJet, Jet2, Wizzair Transfer time to Venice city centre (Santa Lucia station): 30 minutes (Bus) Private boat transfer time to Venice city centre: 30 minutes
Venice Treviso Canova Airport (TSF) Information
Ryanair flies direct to Venice Treviso from Bristol, East Midlands, Edinburgh and Manchester airports. This can sometimes mean cheap flights, however, the cost to travel further to get into Venice city centre may outweigh the savings on the flight.
Flying time from UK: 2 hours Airlines flying from UK to Treviso is: Ryanair Transfer time to Venice city centre: 45 minutes (Bus) and costs around €7 each way Transfer time to Venice Mestre station: 45 minutes (Bus and Train)
Airlines Flying To Venice
There are five airlines which fly direct from the UK to Venice, which are British Airways, Ryanair, easyJet, Wizzair and Jet2 from both London and regional airports including Stansted, Heathrow, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Bournemouth and Edinburgh. Some of the Ryanair flights fly into Venice Treviso while others fly into Venice Marco Polo, so just make sure you know which is which when booking.
Jet2 flies from Manchester and Birmingham, offering both flight only and ATOL protected flight and hotel packages as part of their Jet2CityBreaks brand. easyJet and British Airways are also able to package up their flights with accommodation as a package. Wizzair and Ryanair city breaks need to be booked separately.