Venice (Venezia) is a beautiful historical city of Italy, which attracts tourists with the unique atmosphere of numerous canals and an abundance of attractions.
Lido di Jesolo is a resort town of the Venetian Riviera, famous for its beaches on the Adriatic coast.
You can get from Treviso Airport to Venice and Lido di Jesolo: by taxi, car, express buses and express buses + vaporetto (ferries plying the island part of Venice).
You can get from the center of Treviso to Venice and Lido di Jesolo: by taxi, car, train (train), buses and buses + vaporetto.
How to get from Treviso to Venice and Lido di Jesolo (airport and city center). From Venice and Lido di Jesolo to Treviso
The historic island center of Venice is located 32 kilometers from Treviso International Airport and 30 kilometers from the center of Treviso (Treviso Central railway station).
Lido di Jesolo is located 45 kilometers from Treviso Airport and 41 kilometers from the center of Treviso.
Treviso Antonio Canova International Airport or Venice Treviso for short (L'aeroporto "Antonio Canova" di Treviso-Sant'Angelo) is attractive primarily because it serves local and international flights of budget airlines (low-cost airlines): Ryanair, Wizz Air, etc. As a result, you can get from many European cities to Venice (Treviso) and the surrounding area at very attractive prices. Flights to Treviso and other Italian cities →
Photo of Treviso Airport
To get from the airport and the center of Treviso to Venice (to the island part and to Venice Mestre - the mainland of Venice), as well as to Lido di Jesolo, it is more convenient and fastest by taxi. You can order a taxi / transfer in advance, even from home.
At any time of the day, a car will be waiting for you at the designated place. When ordering a taxi from Treviso Airport, a driver will be waiting for you at the airport with a sign where your first and last name will be written. To order a taxi, it is enough to provide your flight data.
There are both taxis with a capacity of up to 4 people, and mini buses from 4 to 7 people.
You can order only a taxi or immediately order a taxi with a water taxi included in the island part of Venice.
The most convenient way to travel independently in Italy, including traveling in the Venice region and the surrounding area, is by car.
You can rent a car in advance, even from home, the car will be waiting for you immediately upon arrival near the airport or elsewhere in the city.
From Treviso Airport
From Treviso Airport to Venice and Lido di Jesolo can be reached by direct express buses of two companies.
1. On the lines of ATVO in Venice, you can get to the mainland area of Venice Mestre and to the Rome Square (Piazzale Roma) of the island of Venice.
The stop at the airport is located in front of the terminal building.
Buses make two stops in Mestre: Corso del Popolo, opposite Banca BNL and close to Mestre Train Station.
The travel time to Mestre is 50-55 minutes, to the island Venice - 1 hour 10 minutes.
The one-way fare, including luggage, is 12 euros; round trip, including luggage, is 22 euros.
Tickets can be purchased online. At the airport: ATVO ticket office in the arrival hall, at the ATVO ticket vending machine in the baggage claim area. In Venice: ATVO ticket office and vending machine, in the newsstand "Il Chiosco di Pluff", in "Tobacco Botazzo", in "Novo Tour Agency" on Piazzale Roma, in "Agency 365" - inside the Santa Lucia train station. In Mestre: in the ticket office and ticket vending machine ATVO on Via Cappuccino 183, in the bar "Binario - Piazzale Favretti", in "Agency 365" - inside the train station.
You can also purchase a combined ticket, which will include a bus ride from Treviso Airport to the Piazzale Roma stop and a vaporetto (ferry) ride to the historic center of Venice or to the islands. One of the many berths is located in the immediate vicinity of the bus stop at Piazzale Roma and from the railway station "Venice Santa Lucia" (Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia).
For up-to-date information about ticket prices, stops, bus curation times, ticket purchase locations, etc., we recommend checking on the ATVO website: atvo.it/it-treviso-airport.
Buses of this company can also be used to get to the resorts of Lido di Jesolo, Cavallino and Caorle.
2. On the lines of the company Barzi Service in Venice, you can get to Mestre Train Station and Tronchetto island Venice.
The stop at the airport is located in front of the station building.
Tickets can be purchased online, at the company's desk at the airport or directly on the bus.
The one-way fare, including luggage, is 10 euros; round trip, including luggage, is 18 euros. The return ticket is valid for 10 days.
The journey time to Mestre is 30 minutes, to the island of Venice - 40 minutes.
For up-to-date information about ticket prices, stops, bus curation times, ticket purchase locations, etc., we recommend checking on the Barzi Service website: barziservice.com/servizio-linea-aeroporto-treviso .
Counters of bus companies at Treviso Airport
Transfers and bus tickets to Venice (insular and Mestre area), both from Treviso Airport and from Venice Marco Polo International Airport (Aeroporto di Venezia Marco Polo) are also possible view and purchase here →
From the center of Treviso
The distance from Treviso Airport to the center of Treviso (train station) is 3.7 kilometers.
You can get from the airport to the center of Treviso by express bus, city and suburban buses.
1. Treviso Airlink express buses connect Treviso Airport with Treviso Train Station (Treviso Centrale FS).
Movement interval: every 30 minutes. Travel time: 10 minutes.
The stop is located near the airport exit.
At the Treviso train station, the bus stop is located near the station building (we leave the building, go straight, cross the Piazzale Duca D'Aosta street and there will be a stop).
The ticket price is €4,00. The Treviso 2Days Card is valid for 48 hours from the moment of confirmation. Ticket - €6,00. The Treviso 3Days Card is valid for 72 hours from the moment of confirmation. Tickets can also be used throughout the Treviso city network.
Children under 4 years old travel free of charge accompanied by a paying adult.
The ticket can be purchased from the driver, at the MOM ticket office in front of the train station, at the ATVO ticket office at the airport, at the tourist office at the airport or in the MOMUP smartphone app.
If you are going to travel from the center of Treviso to Venice (or another city in Italy) by train, then you can buy a combined ticket at all TrenItalia points of sale: for the Treviso Airlink bus + for the train.
For up-to-date information about express bus stops, exact fare, bus schedules, ticket sales points, etc., we recommend checking on the official website of the carrier: mobilitadimarca.it/p/linee-e-orari/treviso-airbus.
2. City and suburban buses.
City bus No.6 direction Stazione Fs - P. Duomo - S.Giuseppe - Aeroporto - Quinto di Treviso.
Fare: 1.5 euros. The ticket is valid for 100 minutes from the moment of the first check.
The ticket price for the bus driver is 3 euros.
Suburban bus lines: No.101 in the direction of Treviso - Scorzè - Noale - Padova; No.102 in the direction of Treviso - Quinto - Scandolara - Trebaseleghe; No.103 in the direction of Treviso - Badoere - Piombino Dese - Trebaseleghe. Buses stop near the airport and in the center of Treviso.
The cost from Treviso Airport to the center of Treviso by buses 101,102 and 103 is 1.5 euros if you buy tickets at points of sale. The fare when buying a ticket from the bus driver is: from 0 to 12 km. - € 4,00; from 12.1 to 30 km. - € 5,00; from 30,1 to 50 km. - € 6.00; that is, a ticket to the airport will cost 4 euros.
The bus stop of public urban and suburban transport near the airport is located just to the right of the airport building (exit and to the right) on Via Noalese street and is called "Aeroporto Canova". If you go to the airport, the stop is located opposite the airport building - across Via Noalese street.
The public bus stop near the railway station in Treviso is located to the left of the exit from the railway station building and is called "Fs De Gasperi".
The current schedule of buses, lines, stops, fares, etc., we recommend checking on the official website: mobilitadimarca.it .
From the center of Treviso to Venice can be reached by train or buses.
Trains depart from Treviso Train Station. In Venice, they stop at Mestre station and the terminus of the Venice Santa Lucia railway station (Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia), located in the island part of Venice.
The travel time from Treviso to Santa Lucia is from 39 minutes, the fare starts at 3.70 euros.
Tickets can be purchased at railway stations in vending machines or ticket offices, as well as online.
Bus 8E direction Treviso - Preganziol - Mogliano - Mestre - Venezia.
The bus passes the mainland area of Venice - Mestre. In island Venice, stops at Rome Square.
The travel time is approximately 55 minutes. The one-way fare is 4 euros if you buy tickets at the points of sale and 7 euros if the driver.
Double validation devices are installed on the bus, MOM city tickets need to be validated only on validators marked MOM.
You can also get to Lido di Jesolo by bus from the center of Treviso.
We recommend checking all information about buses on the website: mobilitadimarca.it .
The buses are large and comfortable, with air conditioning, free Wi-Fi and sockets.
Buses also run from/to Treviso and/or Venice to Verona, Bologna, Florence, Rimini, Rome, Naples, Milan, Turin, Bergamo and other cities in Italy, as well as to Switzerland, France, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Hungary, Croatia, etc.
Bus tickets in all directions are available view and purchase here→
Vaporetto (traveling around the island of Venice)
Public land transport and cars do not run on the island part of Venice.
From Rome Square, Tronchetto and from Santa Lucia Train station, further along the historical island part of Venice, you can move on foot or by Vaporetto (Vaporetto) - water public transport, that is, a river tram, a motor ship, a water bus - the meaning does not change from the name change.
You can also get there by gondola - a kind of walking "taxi" and one of the symbols of Venice. There is also a traghetto, a large gondola that transports across the Grand Canal.
If you need to go to the more distant islands of Venice, for example Burano, Murano, Lido di Venezia, Torcello, etc. (that is, the islands of the lagoon, which cannot be reached on foot), then you need to travel by vaporetto.
Vaporettos also run to Marco Polo Airport; as well as to Punta Sabbioni and Treporti, which are located on the same spit of the Venetian Riviera as Lido di Jesolo.
There are various types of tickets on the vaporetto (from 1 trip to a few days' travel) and there are many routes, including circular ones. There are many berths in the city, including near Santa Lucia Station, Rome Square and Tronchetto. We recommend that you decide in advance and if you continue to use the vaporetto, and not only get to the point you need (the hotel), then it may make sense to immediately purchase a ticket for a day or several days. There are also tickets for buses in Venice + vaporetto.
All accommodation facilities in Treviso, including near the airport, in the city center and more remotely from those, can be view and book here
All accommodation facilities in Venice, including in the island part and the Mestre area, can be view and book here
All accommodation facilities in Lido di Jesolo, including near the beaches, in the center and more remotely from those, can be view and book here