The Venice ATVO Airport Shuttle Has a New Look
Cost: €5 one-way, €9 round-trip. This private bus company has blue buses and you can find their ticket machines in the baggage claim area or the airport counter on the departure floor. The ticket office in Piazzale Roma is next to the Pullman Bar. You can even pre-purchase your tickets online. You cannot use this ticket on ACTV buses or vice versa. Trips on ATVO buses take about five minutes less than on ACTV bus lines, and the last bus leaves the airport at 12:20am. Total travel time: 20 min.
ATVO schedules are available at www.atvo.it.
It’s only stops are Venice Piazzale Roma – Mestre – Marco Polo Airport and vice-versa. However, see the article on their new route which connects Marco Polo Airport – Treviso city center.
The airport shuttle is always on time and thanks to the specialized staff and the large trunk space, it gives passengers the certainty of arriving comfortably and in time.
If you want to explore other cities in the Veneto area, ATVO has routes from Marco Polo Airport to the seaside resorts of Jesolo, Cavallino-Treporti, Eraclea Mare, Porto Santa Margherita, Caorle, Bibione and Lignano.
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ive recently rntereud from a month travelling round italy, it was incredible, venice is my favourite city in the world, its incredible, you absolutely must go to the peggy guggenheim museum, its near the accademia, its something most people dont do but its unmissable, the best thing to do in venice is just wander, you always end up somewhere interesting in rome i wouldnt bother using the metro, its more hassle than its worth, romes not very big and there are statues and fountains on every corner that you miss if you get the metro to and from places.
I believe in Rome you can go from the main train staoitn to the airport. There is a seperate shuttle train. Venice is absolutely amazing, it’s honestly my favorite city in the world. Don’t pass up the water taxi. It costs about 10 euro I believe for a 24 hour unlimited pass. This includes all the water taxi services (even the ones to Lido and Murano) and if you want to hop on the bus and go off the island, it covers that too.
I think if it is the best way to cruise between these two destinations.