How to get from Treviso Airport to Venice? Our tips + map

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A detailed guide on how to get from Treviso Airport to Venice – buses, taxis, prices, timetables, where to get on and other useful tips.

Treviso Airport (TSF)

Treviso Airport (TSF), officially named Treviso A. Canova Airport, is a small international airport located near Treviso, about 31 km north of Venice. The airport is named after the Italian sculptor Antonio Canova.

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how to get from Treviso Airport to the centre of Venice

Treviso Airport is mainly used by low-cost airlines such as Ryanair and Wizz Air. The airport is just one terminal, so when multiple flights come together, it can get pretty busy at security.

Here you will find everything you need, including restaurants, cafes and duty-free shops. Here is a downloadable map of Treviso Airport .

Now we’ll talk more about where to get off in Venice so you can get an idea of which airport connection option is best for you.

Buy your tickets for Venice Airport transfers here:

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Piazzale Roma

Piazzale Roma is the main transport hub in Venice, where there are parking houses, a bus station, a vaporetto stop and, beyond the bridge, a train station. Whether you’re coming from Treviso Airport by train, bus or taxi, this is the place to get off if you want to go to the centre of Venice.

Piazzale Roma Venice / Piazzale Roma - in the middle of the ATVO bus stop
Piazzale Roma – in the middle of the stop for ATVO buses to Marco Polo and Treviso airports
Piazzale Roma - view of the road from Mestre
Piazzale Roma – view of the road from Mestre
Piazzale Roma - the way to the vaporetto, the train station and the centre of Venice
Piazzale Roma – the way to the vaporetto, the train station and the centre of Venice

Piazzale Roma is located on the western edge of the central districts of Venice – the so-called. Sisters. It is close to Santa Lucia Station and at the end of the Ponte della Libertà, the causeway that connects Venice to the mainland. Piazzale Roma is the main bus station for Actv local bus lines, ATVO airport express buses and long-distance bus services. It is also where you will find the main taxi rank.

From Piazzale Roma, you can reach different parts of Venice by water bus (vaporetto), on foot or by water taxi.

Vaporetto in Piazzale Roma, Venice
Vaporetto in Piazzale Roma, Venice

Accommodation close to Piazzale Roma

Near Piazzale Roma you’ll find a great choice of hotels, from budget to luxury, overlooking the canal, ideally located for early departures, late arrivals or if you’re planning a trip around Venice.

  • Hotel Principe: Four-star hotel with a terrace right on the Grand Canal, 5 minutes from Piazzale Roma and everything you need for a perfect holiday
  • Hotel Il Moro di Venezia: Cheap, clean hotel 5 minutes from Piazzale Roma, with private bathroom and air conditioning
  • Hotel Belle Arti: Three-star hotel in the artistic district of Dorsoduro, located a few minutes from the Grand Canal and Piazza San Marco, Piazzale Roma is a 20-minute walk away.

Accommodation in Venice 😴

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Camping Venezia Village

Private accommodation in bungalows

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Antico Panada

3* cosy hotel in the centre of the old town


Mestre is the mainland part of Venice, located in front of the Ponte della Libertà – the causeway connects Mestre to Piazzale Roma.

Mestre doesn’t have the charm of the old town of Venice and you won’t find any canals here. On the other hand, it is well connected to the airport, there are a number of modern hotels with parking, and there are also a number of hotels in the area. with a swimming pool, it is well located for excursions around Venice. From Mestre you are in the centre of Venice in a few minutes by bus, train or tram.

If you’re coming from Treviso airport, the first place you’ll pass is Mestre, then over the long embankment of the Ponte della Libertà and beyond that to Piazzale Roma. Mestre is just a few minutes’ drive from Piazzale Roma.

Mestre is also a good option for those looking for accommodation with a pool or budget accommodation with good access to Venice.

Accommodation in Mestre

  • Hilton Garden Inn Venice Mestre: Four-star modern hotel with great value for money, swimming pool, spa and excellent cuisine
  • Hotel Garibaldi: Hotel in a medium price range with the historic part of Mestre and with a stop to Venice directly opposite
  • Camping Venezia Village: Modern accommodation in self-contained bungalows with fridge and terrace, the complex also has a swimming pool, playground, restaurant and shop
  • Hotel Delle Rose: Cheap but clean and pleasant hotel with good access to the airport and Venice
  • Antica Villa Graziella: Cozy and clean accommodation in a two-star guesthouse

Accommodation in Venice 😴

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Hilton Garden Inn Venice Mestre

Modern 4* hotel with parking and restaurant

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Hotel Delle Rose

Cheap, clean accommodation with parking

How to get from Treviso Airport to Venice?

Treviso Airport uses similar signage to other airports. What’s more, it’s so small that you can find your way around.

Express buses

The airport express buses are the most popular way to get from the airport to Mestre or Venice. As you exit the terminal, you will see a bus stop. The signage will be clear and you can also follow the crowds to guide you.

The journey from the airport to Mestre or Piazzale Roma takes around 50-70 minutes. Depending on what time of year you are, the period may be slightly longer or shorter. We drove early in the morning and arrived 15 minutes early, but you’d better expect a journey time of around 1 hour.

There are two carriers from Treviso Airport to Venice:

1. ATVO buses

ATVO buses are our most popular option to get from Treviso Airport to Mestre and Venice. The carrier connects Treviso Airport with the bus station in Mestre and Piazzale Roma in Venice.

ATVO buses at Treviso Airport

Buses run frequently and regularly from morning to evening – times vary depending on the day of the week. Treviso Airport is not as busy and bus services are scheduled according to departures and arrivals. Here you will find the current timetables.

A one-way ticket costs EUR 12, and a return ticket costs EUR 22. Children under 4 years travel free of charge. The buses are comfortable, air-conditioned including wifi and offer plenty of storage space for luggage.

We used ATVO buses on the way back to the airport. If you buy your ticket through this link like we did, just show it to a staff member before entering the bus and you can go right in.

If you buy your ticket on the spot, you will need to check it at the ticket machine before boarding.

You buy a ticket for a day, not for an hour, i.e. you can take any train on any given day. The price is the same.

If you go as far as Piazzale Roma, the bus will stop at the same place as the ATVO stop. From here you will go back to the airport. There are stops for Treviso Airport and Marco Polo Airport right next to each other. Everything is marked.

ATVO buses - Treviso Venice Airport
ATVO stop in Piazzale Roma

From Piazzale Roma you can take a vaporetto (water bus) to get you exactly to your destination in Venice, as there are many water buses leaving from there. Piazzale Roma is also within easy walking distance of the centre of Venice, or you can stay close to Piazzale Roma.

2. Barzi Service

The other bus service between Treviso Airport and the suburbs of Mestre and Venice is the Barzi Service. Like ATVO buses, this carrier stops at the Mestre bus station. On the other hand, it won’t take you all the way to Piazzale Roma – the buses end in Tronchetto, from where you can take the People Mover to Piazzale Roma (one journey for €1.50) or the water bus No. 2.

Bus services for Barzi Service are less frequent than for ATVO – you can find timetables here. A one-way ticket costs €10 and a return ticket €18 (children under 10 travel free). If you take the People Mover to Piazzale Roma, you also need to add €1.50 per journey.

Taxi or private transfer

Taxis are available outside the arrivals area of the airport. You cannot miss them because they are clearly marked.

The cost of a taxi or private transfer is significantly higher than a bus or train. They range from €60 to €100 depending on the company, time of day and number of passengers.


Treviso Airport does not have direct train connections to Venice and Mestre. From the airport, Treviso Train Station can be reached by local bus number 6. The journey takes about 15 minutes.

At the train station you can buy tickets at the ticket office or at the ticket machines. Tickets to Venice cost around 3-4 euros each way.

The train journey from Treviso to Santa Lucia Station in Venice takes about 30-40 minutes. Trains in Italy are generally comfortable and efficient. For current train connections, visit the Italian railways website.

The Santa Lucia train station is located right on the Grand Canal, so you have immediate access to the vaporetto and water taxis, or you can take the water taxi. you can walk to the centre.

Buy your tickets for the Treviso Airport shuttle here:

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How to get from Treviso Airport to the centre of Venice: MAP

HOW TO USE THIS MAP: Above you will find a detailed map to get from Treviso Airport to the centre of Venice. Click at the top left of the map to see separate layers with highlighted locations. You can hide and show the different layers or click on the icons on the map to see the names of the places I mention in the article. If you want to save the map, mark it with an star. It will then be saved to your Google Maps and can be retrieved at any time on your mobile phone or computer. For a larger version of the map, click on the icon in the top right corner.

More information about Venice

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As of 2024, there is now an obligation to pay the fee to enter Venice on selected days.

We have also prepared a detailed guide to transport in Venice.

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How to get from Treviso Airport to the centre of Venice

Where is Treviso Airport in Venice?

Treviso Airport is about 31 km north of Venice.

How long does it take to get from Treviso Airport to the centre of Venice?

From Treviso Airport, it takes around 60-70 minutes to get to the main transport square, Piazzale Roma, and around 40-50 minutes to Mestre Bus Station. At peak times, times may increase.

How to get from Treviso Airport to the centre of Venice?

There are 3 basic options – express buses for €10-12 each way, taxis for €60-120 (depending on the time of day, number of passengers and company), or taxis for €60-120 (depending on the time of day, number of passengers and company). a combination of city bus and train. For details on individual shipments, see the article.

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