Information & Facts
Both regular and water taxis are available from the airport. An
authorised (yellow) taxi cab to the city centre takes between 40
minutes and an hour, and costs upwards of EUR30.
There are loads of parking options at Venice Marco Polo Airport,
and there's even a place where passengers can park their
motorboats. A Stop & Go area is located in front of the
terminal and is free for the first ten minutes, EUR2 for 30 minutes
and EUR12 for an hour. Car Parks 3, 4, and 5 are long-stay options.
Park 3 costs EUR7.50 per day in the winter (EUR9 in summer). Park 4
is EUR5 per day (EUR6.50 in summer). Park 5 is EUR9 (EUR11 in
summer). P1 and P2 are short-stay lots and charges start at EUR5
for two hours, EUR8 for six hours and EUR16 for the first day;
EUR29 for two days and EUR83 for a week. All the car parks are
within walking distance of the terminal. However, the long-term
lots are slightly further away from the terminal than the
The car rental car park is just after the short-term car park in
front of the terminal building. Rental desks are in the arrivals
hall. Car hire companies with offices at the airport include
Europa, Maggiore, Sixt, Avis, Europcar, Hertz, Thrifty, Locauto and
Train: The Mestre-Venice and Venice-Santa Lucia stations are
easily accessible from the airport by buses that leave from the
airport at 20-minute intervals.
Taxis: Taxis leave from outside the arrivals level of the
terminal. The fare for a trip into Venice will not be less than
Bus: Buses going to the Venice-Santa Lucia railways station via
Piazzale Roma. The ATVO FlyBus leave roughly every three hours from
6am until 11:40pm daily. Tickets cost EUR7 each and depart from
Stand Three. ACTV buses leave the airport far more regularly. Bus
Nos. 4 and 5 operate between Marco Polo Airport and central Venice.
Bus No. 4 is the night bus and leaves the airport at 10:07pm,
11:07pm and 11:47pm from Monday to Saturday. Bus No. 5 operates
between 4:08am and 11:10 at 10-20 minute intervals from Monday to
Saturday. On Sundays bus service operates between 4:08am and
11:10pm at 40-minute intervals.
Boat: The Alilaguna boats are a faster way into central Venice.
There are four different lines: red, blue, orange and yellow.
Prices range from EUR7-15 depending upon your destination. View the
Alilaguna website for specific stops and to buy discounted tickets
online. The dock is a 5-10 minute walk from the airport.
+39 041 260 6111 or +39 041 260 6400.
Money and communications: ATMs, currency exchange facilities, a
post office, banks and a tax-free customs service are all available
at the airport.
Luggage: Luggage trolleys are available in the terminal. Lost
and found is located on the ground floor of the terminal and is
open from 8am until 12:30am daily.
Conference and business: Business services are available on the
second floor at the Marco Polo Club. Entrance is currently EUR22
per person and the facility is open from 5am until 10pm, daily. The
Marco Polo Club is equipped with telephone, internet, TVs, video
and fax facilities, as well as workstations and a bar. The Travalax
business centre, also on the second floor, has meeting rooms,
conference facilities and business services such as faxing,
photocopying, filing, telephones, work stations, audiovisual
equipment and translation services available.
Other facilities: Prayer room, VIP lounges, travel agencies,
baby-changing facilities, a family area, a spa and first aid
facilities are all available.
Wi-Fi: Wi-fi is only provided at certain areas within the
terminal. The Schengen departures area, VIP Lounge, check-in area
and Brek Restaurant all currently have wi-fi availability.
Passengers wishing to use the service will need to buy a prepaid
card from the Linkem shopping website and enter a prepaid username
and pin. Packages start at EUR6.50 for an hour.
Information: Information points and hospitality desks are all
available at the airport. Staff are more comfortable speaking
Italian, but most understand English as well.
Shopping: With shops like La Perla, Swatch, Vittorio and Raggi
di Seta, shopping at Venice Marco Polo Airport is designed to
encourage passengers to part with those last few holiday euros. The
Elite duty-free shop is well-stocked and there are plenty more
tempting gift, souvenir, fashion and food shopping opportunities
throughout the airport.
Food and Drink: There are plenty of restaurants, bars and cafés
at the airport both before and after check-in. The departures area
has Bricco Café and de Canto Wine Bar as well as many other
options, while the has Café Marco Polo, which is perfect for a
quick coffee or sandwich before going through all the security
The official language of Italy is Italian. English is
understood in the larger cities but not in the more remote parts of
The Euro (EUR) is the official currency, which is divided into
100 cents. Those arriving in Italy with foreign currency can obtain
Euros through any bank, ATM or bureaux de change. ATMs are
widespread. Travellers cheques can be exchanged with ease in the
large cities, not so in the smaller towns. Credit cards are
accepted in upmarket establishments and shops around the cities.
Banks are closed on weekends, but tend to have better rates than
casas de cambios.
Not applicable, as there is only one terminal building.