Venice Airport Transfer Info
Venice Airport is also known as Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE). The airport is situated on mainland 12 km from Venice, Italy, in Tessera. It is the 4th largest airport in Italy in terms of air traffic. Venice airport transfers will give you easy access to a large number of Italian ski resorts. Treviso Airport, which - at about 40 km from Venice - is an alternative hub for ski transfers with equally good access to nearby ski resorts. It is a less busy airport than some others in the region and offers excellent transfer links.
Why get an airport transfer from Venice?
Venice Airport is the base for many airport transfer providers, which makes for a competitive environment. This could be very cost effective for you when booking ski transfers from Venice Airport. It is one of the major transportation hubs in the Italian Alps with providers from Venice airport offering access to many ski resorts and ski destinations in Italy and neighbouring countries. Airport transfer routes from Venice to ski resorts are the busiest ski transfer routes in Italy, but also probably the most efficient. You may also wish to consider taking advantage of the car hire facilities at the airport.
Ski resorts serviced by Venice airport transfer providers
A Venice airport transfer can get you within one and a half hours transfer time to ski resorts such as Asiago and Pego
Ski transfer from Venice can also get you to Alleghe, Carnia, Cortina d’Ampezzo (in the Dolomiti region of the Italian Alps), Falcade-Caviola and San Vito di Cadore, all within 2 hours transfer.
If you are willing to travel a little further, airport transfer from Venice Airport can take you to the following ski resorts: Arabba (in Dolomiti Superski Area), Cavalese, Moena (in Val di Fassa Ski Area), Sappada, Sella Nevea, Santa Cristina, Abetone, Campitello (which is also one hour away from Bolzano Airport), Canazei di Fassa, Fai della Paganella (in Atopiano della Paganella Ski Area), Pozza di Fassa, Selva Gardena and Pfelders (in Ortler Skiarena Area), all within two to three hours.
The Dolomiti Superski Area is very popular and you can choose from a range of ski resorts such as Obereggen, Predazzo, and Corvara which all access the same ski domain. It takes 2 - 3 hours to the Dolomite Superski area via Venice airport transfer. Other options in the Italian Alps are Carezza (in Val di Fassa Ski Area), Olang, and Pinzolo.
Venice public transport links
There are several scheduled bus services that connect you to the Venice Mestre railway station and bus terminal, and you can also use the various water taxis and buses to connect to the city from the airport. From, the main terminals you can take journeys to many destinations, but bear in mind that changes may be needed for those that are farther afield. If you are unable to book a private Venice airport transfer it is possible to get to most ski resorts by taxi and there are a few car rental places are available to enable alternative transportation.
Venice ski transfer travel advice
For groups of 3 or more it is often best to arrange a ski transfer Venice in advance with one of the Venice airport transfer operators. Booking a private Venice airport transfer will allow you to start your holiday without the stress of getting to the bus stations and paying expensive taxi fares. It is also the quickest method of getting to and from your chosen resort.