Arriving in Venice by plane has two entrance doors:
The Venice Marco Polo Airport, where line flights arrive almost exclusively. Many of them are direct intercontinental flights. It is 12 kilometers by land and 10 kilometers by water from the city center. To get to Rome Square, the bus ATVO It takes 20 minutes and costs € 3. The line 5 of the urban bus ACTVIt takes 10 more minutes and takes you for € 1.10.
More spectacular is to reach Venice by boat. The blue or red lines of Alilaguna they leave you in San Marco Square in just over 1 hour trip. They are more expensive, the one-way ticket costs € 13, if you have Cartavenezia, the tourist card, costs € 6.
You can also hire the service of a water taxi. They are private boats that carry up to 12 passengers, and in 30 minutes they leave you at your hotel. The trip is paid more than € 100.
The Treviso Canova Airport Receive low cost and charter flights. Ryanair fly from Spain. It is 20 kilometers from Treviso and 40 from Venice. To get to Venice the buses of ATVO They take us for € 5.