Arriving in Venice is one of life’s truly grand experiences and the first sight of this majestic city is sure to inspire awe. Ideal for a romantic getaway or a leisurely exploration, the Queen of the Adriatic is home to splendid renaissance churches, stately palaces and winding narrow streets over quaint bridges revealing tantalising vistas around every corner. From enjoying a coffee in St Mark's Square, to viewing the glass blowers of Murano, to shopping for rare items in backstreet boutiques, to simply drinking in the sights, Venice offers unique moments that draws visitors back again and again.
Who flies to Venice? easyJet, Brussels Airlines, British Airways and KLM, Vueling and more.
Which airports have direct flights to Venice? Manchester airport, Birmingham airport, Edinburgh airport, Bristol airport, East Midlands airport, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Stansted and London Luton.
Who flies to Venice San Marco? British Airways, and Ryanair
Who flies to Venice Treviso? easyJet and Ryanair.
How far in advance to book flights to Venice? The best time to book flights to Venice in advance is 18 weeks before the flight.
What are the cheapest and most expensive months to book flights to Venice? The cheapest month to fly to Venice is in January. The most expensive flights to Venice are in July.
Days of the week to travel? The cheapest day for flights to Venice is Thursday.
What are the cheapest airlines for flights to Venice? Ryanair and easyJet.
What are the main airports in Venice? Venice San Marco and Venice Treviso
How to get from Venice San Marco to Venice city centre? Most flights to Venice arrive at Marco Polo Airport (VCE). Located near the lagoon just 8 kilometres across the water from the city, it offers the chance to arrive in Venice by boat and see the city at its best. Regular buses run by ATVO are also available.
How to get from Venice Treviso to Venice city centre? Passengers can get into the city on regular airport bus services that meet arrivals. Buses to Venice terminate at the Piazzale Roma (Piazzale Roma) bus station. A short walk over the Calatrava Bridge lead to Santa Lucia Station (Venezia Santa Lucia) at the beginning of the Grand Canal. No land vehicles run beyond this point so travellers will have to continue on foot or by boat.