Have managed to get flights from Liverpool to Treviso airport in Venice in April but need to get to the port for ferry has anyone travelled this way and can point me in the right direction.Have plenty of time as flight gets in 0815 in morning and ferry does not leave until 1700.Thanks Alan
Message posted by Denis O on 03áDecemberá2007 at 6:18pm - IP Logged
There will be a bus waiting outside when you land. They take you to Venice where you can get a taxi (expensive) to the ferry or you can walk it in about twenty minutes. Leave your luggage in the left luggage at the station which is a 6 0r 7 minute walk from the bus station and spend the day in Venice. There is a lot of it to see. There is also a free bus run by the ferry company to the docks but I have never managed to find it yet, always finding it to take me into town but never the other way.
Message posted by Denis O on 03áDecemberá2007 at 6:54pm - IP Logged
Hi Samaras,what airline are you useing from Liverpool airport to get you to Venice,Ryanair?and what date in April are you traveling?.The reason being I might need to pick you brain,as Liverpool airport is very conveinient for us.
Message posted by Samaras mcfc on 03áDecemberá2007 at 7:23pm - IP Logged
The number 5 bus from outside the airport takes you to Pizzale Roma, the bus terminus in Venice. From there go to the NE corner of the square where there is an information kiosk and go down the steps to the canal.
From there, take an anticlockwise Vaperetto 3, 4, 71,72 ,82 to Tronchetta (one stop) or more fun go clockwise the whole way round the canal. Takes about an hour.
Buy the ticket at the airport; one does for all transport including the bus to Venice.
Message posted by Mercoledý on 04áDecemberá2007 at 3:54pm - IP Logged
There is a bus from Treviso Airport to Piazzale Roma scheduled to coincide with the Ryanair Liverpool flight arrival. Buy your ticket at the kiosk inside the airport and catch the bus right outside the terminal. About 9 Euro return (not sure what the single price is, never been lucky enough just to need a single into Venice). From Piazzale Roma you can walk to where the cruise ships dock and I assume the ferry is around there too or, as some others have already replied, take a vaparetto, anti-clockwise if you're in a hurry, clockwise to see the Grand Canal (much nicer).
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