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Prices and transfer times from Venice Marco Polo airport

There is probably no one in the world who wouldn’t want to visit Venice once in their lifetime. Flying to Venice Marco Polo airport is the most convenient for visiting the historical centre of Venice. Venice airport is approximately 10 kms away but you can only go as far as Piazzale Roma, from here you will need to change to a water taxi or use the public ferry (Vaporetto). A water taxi takes about half the time as a vaporetto but it’s a lot more expensive. Some water taxis are notorious for overcharging passengers and you have to pay a surcharge at night.
For this reason it’s best to pre-book your whole trip with a local taxi company for a flat rate. This way you don’t have to worry about unexpected surprises.

Prices from Venice airport to the centre of Venice in a standard land taxi start at about €40. Please note that in Italy taxis can’t be hailed but must be hired at official taxi stands. You will find the rank out in front of the arrivals area if you choose to use a metered taxi. The trip into town takes approximately 15 minutes and drops you off at Piazzale Roma.
A private water taxi will set you back approximately €110-€120 but this will depend on the location of your hotel and the size of your group. It’s worth noting that water taxis can’t get to right outside to each hotel. Some hotels do have their own docks while with others the taxi will leave you at the nearest possible stop.

Venice Airport to Alta Badia transfer time is around 2hrs 30mins. Alta Badia offers lovely wide pistes and plenty of places with delicious food. Alta Badia is a great place for families and non-skiers as well as offering something to all levels of skiers. The resort basks in sunshine most of the year and it’s part of the Sella Ronda ski circuit.

Venice Airport to Arabba transfer takes around 2hrs and 30mins. Arabba is a real diamond of the Dolomites being surrounded by such stunning peaks. Arabba is home to Marmolada, which is the highest peak of the Dolomites.

Venice Airport to Cervinia transfer takes a good 4hrs 30mins. Cervinia is Italy’s most snow sure resorts and enjoys a location on the Italian side of the famous Matterhorn. Thanks to glacier skiing it’s slopes are open most of the year. Cervinia has many pistes suitable for beginners and intermediates. Experts can even ski in 2 countries in one day and go over to the Zermatt side.
Venice Airport to Champoluc transfer time is approximately 4hrs 30mins. Champoluc is a charming resort in the Aosta valley of Italy and it’s the largest of the 3 villages in the Monterosa ski area. Champlouc is a traditional village with an excellent beginners area.

Venice Airport to Courmayuer transfer time is around 4hrs and 30mins. Courmayuer lies on the Italian side of Europe’s highest mountain, Mt Blanc (or Monte Bianco). The ski area is not the largest but does offer plenty of challenges for everyone and Courmayuer is a great place for foodies and skiers who love a bit of apres ski.

From Venice Airport to Livigno the drive takes around 5hrs. Livigno is on the Italian Swiss border. Livigno is not the easiest place to reach and for this reason it’s sometimes referred to as ‘Little Tibet’. Most of Livigno’s slopes are above the tree line and due to the altitude it’s got an excellent snow record.

Venice Airport to Cortina transfer takes approximately 2hrs. Cortina d'Ampezzo is more than just a ski resort and has a 1,000-year history. It hosted the Winter Olympics in 1956 and it’s been a popular ski destination ever since. It will host the games again in 2026. It’s known as Italy’s most upmarket resort attracting many weekenders from Venice and Milan.

Venice Airport to Selva Val Gardena transfer takes around 3hrs. Selva Val Gardena is part of the Dolomiti Superski area. When you think of the Dolomites the picture of the stunning Sella Massif will come to mind which you can admire from Selva Val Gardena. The town itself offers a great atmosphere and an excellent choice of bars for apres ski.

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About Venice Marco Polo Airport

Venice Marco Polo (VCE) is the main international airport serving the city of Venice. It is located the closest to Venice itself and not to be mixed up with Venice Treviso airport which is further from the city. Venice Marco Polo is Italy’s 3rd busiest airport welcoming more than 13 million passengers a year. Due to the growing number of travellers arriving and departing each year a much needed new terminal was opened in 2017. There is a bus service from the airport to Piazzale Roma, from here cars are not permitted and you will need to get on the Vaporetto (water bus). This service runs from 6am until midnight.

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