Marco Polo Airport (Venice)   
Venice Marco Polo Airport (IATA: VCE) is the international airport of Venice, Italy. It is located on the mainland 8 kilometres (4.9 miles) north of the city in Tessera, a Frazione of the Comune of Venice nearest to Mestre. Due to the importance of Venice as a leisure destination it features flights to several European metropolitan areas as well as some seasonal long-haul routes. With 8,475,188 passengers having passed through the airport in 2014, it remains the fifth busiest airport in Italy. The airport is christened after Marco Polo and serves as a base for Volotea. Wikipedia
  


AeroBus Line 15
VCE -> Mestre Train Station

€8 (one way)/€15 (return)

17 mins


AeroBus Line 5
VCE -> Piazzale Roma

€8 (one way)/€15 (return)

20 mins


Airport Bus Line 25
VCE -> Mestre Train Station

€8 (one way)/€15 (return)

17 mins


Airport Bus Line 35
VCE -> Piazzale Roma

€8 (one way)/€15 (return)

20 mins


Private Transfer (Water Taxi)
VCE -> All Venice Terminals

€99 (one way)/€190 (return)

40 mins (depends on the terminal)


Private Transfer (Water Taxi)
VCE -> Cruise Terminal

€109 (one way)

40 mins

VCE -> Piazzale Roma

€40

20 mins

VCE -> Cruise Terminal

€45

20 mins

VCE -> Mestre City Centre

€35

17 mins


Venice Shuttle (Shared boat)
VCE -> All Venice Terminals

€25 (one way)/€45 (return)

40 mins (depends on the terminal)


Water Bus Line Arancio (Orange)
VCE -> Rialto

€14-€15 (one way - online/office)/€25-€27 (return - online/office)

60 mins


Water Bus Line Arancio (Orange)
VCE -> San Marco

€14-€15 (one way - online/office)/€25-€27 (return - online/office)

80 mins


Water Bus Line Blu
VCE -> Cruise Terminal

€14-€15 (one way - online/office)/€25-€27 (return - online/office)

90 mins



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