Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Marco Polo Airport transfer Venice Mestre,Lido,Cruise Ship

Marco Polo Airport transfer to Venice and Mestre Train Station and Transfer to Cruise Ship:

Directly outside the main terminal are several bus stands. The bus routes are well marked.

For those traveling from Venice by train from Mestre train station to Padua, Verona or other Veneto destination, take the bus outside the station to Mestre Station.

It may be easier going by bus directly from Marco Polo Airport to Padua. Bus runs on regular schedule, every half hour. The trip is about 1 hour and costs about 4 Euro.

Click here to go to the SITA website.

select VENEZIA AEROPORTO TESSERA as the departure point and PADOVA AUTOSTAZIONE as the arrival point.

For Cruise Ship Transfer from Venice Airport Marco Polo for 3 Euro you could take the atvo bus from Marco Polo to Piazzale Roma. The buses are every twenty minutes and cost 3 euros and there is plenty of luggage space. From Piazzale Roma you could take the cruise ship shuttle (FREE), or a land taxi, or walk the short distance.

For those staying near Santa Lucia Station in Venice also take the atvo bus to Piazzale Roma which is Venice's main bus station located on the Grand Canal. Please click here for directions from Piazzale Roma to Venice destinations.

For those staying in Central Venice and the Lido you'll take a free-shuttle service to the dockside where you can either take the public water-bus (Allilaguna Line) or a private water taxi to Venice . The public water-bus has limited stops taking about 45 minutes to complete the journey from the Marco Polo Airport to St. Marks in Venice. It makes three stops at Fondamenta Nuove, St Marks and the Zattere.

From either of these stations navigate your way to your hotel.

If you find a porter offering to carry your bags to your hotel, negotiate a price first.

Private water-taxi rates vary greatly depending on the location of your hotel, number of passengers and amount of luggage. Again, if you decide to go private, negotiate a price first.

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