Venice airport to train station

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This is all you need to know about how to get from Venice Marco Polo airport to Mestre station. Many people increasingly choose to stay in Mestre rather than Venice city itself during their holiday, as there are plenty of services there and a wide range of accommodation to suit every pocket.
The best option is to take the bus from the airport. There is only one direct shuttle bus to Mestre from Venice airport. Our recommended option is to use is the ATVO Airport Express Bus which is the only direct shuttle between Venice airport and Mestre train station. In less than 20 minutes you will arrive in the center of Mestre or the train station, without intermediate stops.

Finding the bus platform is easy: exit the arrivals hall and go straight ahead! It is only a short walk. The first lane is the taxi rank, and the second one, 20 meters away is for buses. From here the buses leave for the whole of Veneto. Make sure you take the right bus to Mestre (line 10a / 10 A or express airport service – Mestre train station)! Check the timetable before travelling!

 

Advantages of the express shuttle from Venice airport to Mestre

 

The journey from Venice Marco Polo airport to Mestre has never been so cheap, easy and comfortable. The coaches are all equipped with air conditioning and free unlimited Wi – Fi. A one-way trip costs € 8 and a return ticket € 15 which includes the transport of one suitcase.
The bus is fast and direct: without intermediate stops, and in just 25 minutes you will reach Mestre!
Good news is that most of the hotels and apartments in Mestre can be reached on foot from the ATVO bus stops
The bus always stops in Corso del Popolo (stop Teatro Corso / BNL bank) and at Venezia Mestre train station (also valid for those who need to reach Marghera); at the moment.
The bus has plenty of storage so the suitcases go in the luggage space underneath the bus.

 

Venice airport to train station – save time and buy tickets online at no extra cost

Time is precious, and even more precious when you are on holiday! In order not to waste a single second, the first time saving strategy when you arrive at the airport is to buy your bus ticket online. The online shop is open 24 hours a day and you can buy your travel ticket in advance either from home before you come or when you arrive.  Buying tickets online saves time and there is no additional cost. At the airport there are often long queues at the ticket office and the ticket machines so you easily avoid this by buying in advance online through the Vivovenetia website. You can buy tickets for the whole family or a large group with a single click! And we are always open online  … (in the office we rest every now and then!), so you can make the purchase at any time of the day, even last minute, when you are in the arrivals hall or at baggage reclaim!

To estimate your arrival time, have a look to the timeline of the bus from the Venice airport to the railway station.

 

Online we will ask you to select the travel date, but not the actual departure time as you cannot book seats in advance for particular buses. You don’t have to spend hours inserting all the personal data of all travelers: with just one click you can buy tickets for the whole family!

Online purchase has no additional costs. After the purchase you will immediately receive  a confirmation email with the QR code attached which you need to show. Each code corresponds to a ticket: if you can not print it, just show your QR Code from your smartphone or tablet and go straight on the bus!

 

Is your destination Venice? Why not try the following articles:
How to buy your bus ticket from the airport to Venice online

top tips on the taxi from Venice airport 

 

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