Comparing and booking your cheap rental car for Venice
Italy is a favorite travel destination all year round. Venice is one of the most popular destinations in Italy and above. If you are planning your trip to Venice and the Veneto region it is easy and convenient to book your rental car in advance. Discover Venice and its surroundings flexible and easy. The earlier you make your online booking for the rental car, the cheaper the price will be. Plus, you will have a better choice of rental cars at any car rental company in Venice available. We work together with all rental car companies in Venice.
Pick-up stations on the third floor, P1 parking garage
Where to pick up my rental car on the Airport Venice? To pick up your rental car at the car rental agency, go to the offices of the car rental agencies at Venice Airport on the 3rd floor ("Terrace") of the parking lot P1. This is important because you have to go to the offices of the car rental company at the airport before you pick up the rental car, even if you have already booked it. Leave the airport arrivals area and look for the covered walkway on the left hand side and follow the signs to the P1 parking garage. To return the rental car at the end of your trip, follow the signs to the P1 parking garage, buy the standard parking ticket and drive to the 3rd floor.
|Gas station||Distance from the Airport Venice VCE|
|Eni / Agip||3,3 kmph|
Gas stations are nearby the Airport Venice
There are two more gas stations in the immediate vicinity of Venice Airport. The prices here are significantly higher than at gas stations a little further away from the airport. Therefore, if you have the time, it is recommended to drive a little longer distance to the gas station to refuel the rental car there. We always recommend you to choose the best fuel option (full/full).
The Airport Venice: easy and convenient arrival
Venice Airport mainly serves Italian and European city destinations, including London and Madrid. Despite its proximity to Treviso Airport, it is also used by budget airlines such as easyJet. In German-speaking countries, Lufthansa and TUIfly fly from Frankfurt am Main and both Lufthansa from Munich to Venice. You also have the possibility to travel from Austria or Switzerland to the popular lagoon city in Italy.
The airport is connected to the city by buses, cabs, motorboats or water buses. Bus connections between Piazzale Roma in Venice and Marco Polo Venice Airport are provided by bus line ACTV n. 5 or ATVO, which is a blue private bus. Cabs are available at the airport. It is also possible to take the water bus from the airport to Fondamenta Nuove, Piazza San Marco or the Venezia Santa Lucia railroad station. The boat port of the airport is located immediately southwest of the passenger terminal.
The Marco Polo Airport in Venice is conveniently located. Ideal to reach all important destinations in the northeast of Italy, both for work and for leisure. How far ist the airport Venice from Venice? The beautiful city of Venice is 5 km away, as are the destinations on the Adriatic coast: Jesolo, Caorle, Bibione, Venice Lido, Chioggia, the Po Delta National Park and all the other seaside resorts in the Veneto region are within easy reach. With a rental car from Venice airport, you can travel independently and freely choose which attractions and cities you want to visit. Not only the sea, there are also the beautiful mountains of the Dolomites. The Italian Alps are a first class destination with its extensive leisure facilities both in winter and in summer. Would you like a suggestion? Start from the Queen of the Dolomites - Cortina, in the province of Belluno - just over 100 km from the airport. Are you travelling on business? Venice airport is centrally located in relation to the major industrial centers of the northeast of Italy such as Mestre, Padua, Vicenza, Treviso and Verona.
The Veneto region has interesting cities and towns outside Venice. Discover popular cities and excursion destinations around Venice:
|Destination||Distance from Airport VCE||Travel time|
|Venedig||13 kmph||20 minutes|
|Treviso||32 kmph||30 minutes|
|Padua||44 kmph||35 minutes|
|Chioggia||59 kmph||55 minutes|
|Vicenza||75 kmph||55 minutes|
|Bassano del Grappa||101 kmph||1 hour 15 minutes|
|Verona||127 kmph||1 hour 25 minutes|
Most highways in Italy need a toll
Do I have to pay a toll in Italy? Most Italian highways are toll roads. Milan, Bologna and Palermo charge a city toll. Freeways do not cost a toll. Not all routes are subject to tolls. Tolls are collected at toll stations in a closed or open system, especially in the area around Milan. At most toll stations, tolls are collected in a so-called closed system.