Treviso Airport is located 25 miles (40 km) north of Venice and is mainly used by low-cost carriers like Ryanair and Wizz Air.
The airport is officially called Canova Airport, after the Italian sculptor Antonio Canova, although it is widely referred to as Treviso Airport. The installation is truly small and is impossible to get lost in. Every year it transports a little more than one million passengers.
Getting to Venice from Treviso Airport
ATVO provides daily buses that connect Treviso Airport to Venice city center. This bus makes several stops, two in Mestre, one in Venezia Santa Lucia railway station and lastly, in Piazzale Roma.
To get from Venice to the airport, you will have to get the same bus from Piazzale Roma. The buses leave between three and two and a half hours before the departure of each flight.
A ticket costs € 22 (US$ 26) per journey, € 20 (US$ 23.60) per person if you buy from 2 to 9 tickets. If you buy 18 tickets or more, they will work out at € 18 (US$ 21.20) each. With this kind of ticket, you'll have to make the return journey within 7 days.
For more information, check ATVO’s official website:
The Barzi buses run between Treviso Airport and Venice city center. The vehicles run at exactly the same times as the ATVO buses and are the same price. The advantage is that they take just 40 minutes to get to the center, instead of 70 minutes, since they use the freeway. The ticket can be purchased from the bus driver.
This same company also connects Marco Polo Airport and Treviso Airport in just 30 minutes.
Airport transfer service
If you are not traveling on a tight budget, the airport transfer service is the most comfortable and easiest way of getting to Venice. A chauffeur will be waiting for you at the terminal and will drive you to a pier will be waiting to take you to your hotel. You can book this transfer service in Introducing Venice.