How To Get From Treviso Airport To Venice

Treviso Airport named after Antonio Canova (L’aeroporto “Antonio Canova” di Treviso-Sant’Angelo, TSF) is located 40 kilometers from the center of Venice. The cheapest way to get to the Tronchetto or Mestre stations is by bus for 11 EUR. Then you need to take a Vaporetto.

A taxi ride is much more expensive. In this article, we will look at the pros and cons of each option.

By bus

From Treviso Airport to Venice, there are direct buses of the company. If your hotel is in the historical center, then buy a bus ticket to the Tronchetto station, located next to the central railway station of Santa Lucia (Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia). There is also a Vaporetto water tram stop. Ticket price – 11 EUR, travel time – 40 minutes. According to the schedule shown in the photo below, Buses run approximately once an hour.

Timetable of the buses from Treviso airport to Venice

You can also get from Treviso Airport to the Mestre area, where more budget hotels are located. Ticket price – 11 EUR, travel time – 30 minutes.

Timetable of the buses from Treviso airport to Metre railway station in Venice

By train from Treviso

Take the ACTT bus line number 6. The trip to Treviso (the bus will arrive at the city’s railway station) will take 12 minutes. Buses run every 20 minutes. A ticket for 1.3 EUR can be purchased from the driver or in special terminals at the airport building.

From Treviso Centrale Station, regional trains depart to Venice about once an hour and are a good alternative for budget travelers. Ticket price – 3.55 EUR, travel time – 30-39 minutes. The total fee to get from the airport to the city will cost you only 4.85 EUR (1.3 EUR+3.55 EUR).

Timetable of trains from Treviso to Venice

By taxi

As an alternative, you can take a taxi. To avoid unpleasant surprises which can cause you, taxi drivers, book a transfer in advance.

To take a taxi to the airport will cost you about 60-100 EUR. However, we strongly recommend choosing a transfer booked in advance if you like comfort. It is a more reliable option and reasonable in terms of price.

To Marco Polo Airport

The easiest way to get from one airport to another (but not the cheapest one) is by taxi.

If you’re pressed for time or tired of transfers, this option is for you. Alternatively, you can go to Marco Polo Airport via Treviso: take the ACTT line No.6 to the city center, and then change to the ATVO bus going to the airport. Another option is Treviso – Piazzale Roma – Marco Polo. And finally, the last option: ACTT line No. 6 – Treviso railway station – Marco Polo.

To Lido Jesolo

You can take a taxi to get there, especially if you want to spend more time on your vacation, as it takes quite a long time to get to Lido di Jesolo.

ATVO buses will be the cheapest option. The company offers its services to the major resorts located nearby, namely: Lido di Jesolo, Cavallino, Punta Sabbioni, Eraclea Mare, Porto Santa Margherita, Caorle, and Bibione. However, it is worth considering that ATVO organizes shuttles only in summer. You can check the schedule and prices here:

To Ski Resorts

You can go to the magnificent mountains surrounding the fashionable winter resorts on the Dolomiti Ski Shuttle, which offers special routes in winter. From Treviso airport, you can get to Arabba, Marmolada, Falcade, Canale D’Agordo, Selva di Cadore, and Val di Zoldo.

The other option is to change. You’ll have to take ACTT bus line No.6 from the airport to Treviso railway station, then get on the train in the direction of Calalzo – Pieve di Cadore (Calalzo – Pieve di Cadore).

History of the Airport

Few people know, but Treviso Airport was originally a tiny flying club, which was regularly used by the owners of small aircraft, who lived nearby in the town of the same name Treviso, or by guests from Venice who came here. Treviso Airport received the status of a civil airport only in the 1930s.

In 1953, by order of the local authorities, a new terminal was built and opened. A few months later, the first plane from another country landed there. Soon, flights from London and other cities began routed to Treviso Airport. In 1960, a new airport, San Angelo, was built near the city, and Treviso started to be used only for cargo planes. Later on, it housed a military squadron of Italian Air Force aircraft. The turning point in the history of Treviso Airport came in 1996 when San Angelo became part of the Venice airport system, and Treviso was designated as an airport for charter and low-cost airlines.

In 2007, the airport acquired a new Antonio Canova terminal. It was named in honor of one of the most famous Italian artists.

Services at the Airport

Although the airport in Treviso is not very large, passengers feel quite comfortable here. There are places where you can have a bite to eat and drink a cup of coffee while admiring the landscape from the windows. Besides, there is a lounge zone to relax and several shops with a wide range of goods if one wants to bring home souvenirs.


The number of airlines flying to Treviso airport is growing rapidly. This terminal is very popular among tourists because of its proximity to the romantic city of Venice, located only 27 kilometers away. Treviso Airport has long been “chosen” by such companies as Germanwings, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Wizz Air, and Transavia, offering their passengers low-cost tickets to the city of love.

Ryanair airline operates all around Europe, offering its customers flights to Treviso from London (about 25 EUR), Bari (about 18 EUR), Frankfurt (about 18 EUR), Paris (about 18 EUR), and other cities. Check flight schedules and buy tickets on the Ryanair website.

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