How do I get from Treviso Airport to Venice city Centre?
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.
How much is the bus from Treviso Airport to Venice?
Bus Treviso Airport to Venice
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Where is Treviso Airport?
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.
How to get from Treviso Airport to Venice?
The quickest way to reach Venice from Treviso airport is to take a Treviso Airport Taxi. The cheapest option is to take either the ATVO or the Barzi Shuttle Bus Service. Keep in mind that all motorised transport must stop at the Piazzale Roma terminal or the parking island of Tronchetto.
Why ATVO to Venice?
ATVO provides fast connection, NO STOP, from Treviso ‘Antonio Canova Airport’ to Venice and Mestre, with well-qualified, experienced staff and air-conditioned buses with plenty of baggage space. There is an immediate bus departure in connection with all flights without waiting other flights.
Why choose ATVO for your holiday in Treviso?
ATVO is the only company authorised to operate all connection from Treviso ‘Antonio Canova Airport’ to the beach resorts of Lido di Jesolo, Littoral of Cavallino-Treporti, Eraclea Mare, Duna Verde, Porto Santa Margherita, Caorle, Bibione and Lignano Sabbiadoro. ATVO has its own bus stations and ticket offices in these resorts.