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Flights Rome - Venice

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Departure Wed, 18 12 2019 Return Fri, 20 12 2019
FCO Rome
VCE Venice
return from 101€
Departure Fri, 3 01 2020 Return Sat, 4 01 2020
FCO Rome
VCE Venice
return from 111€
Route information

Magical and mystical, Venice lures guests with its history, stunning palaces, superb art and gorgeous cuisine.

Currency and cost comparison
Local, one-way ticket

A train in Venice costs roughly the same as in Rome.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Venice is 10% cheaper than a meal in Rome.

Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 40% more expensive in Venice than in Rome.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 20% more expensive in Venice than in Rome.

( Rome airports
  • ? Fiumicino (FCO)
    How far from city centre: 23 kms
  • ? Ciampino (CIA)
    How far from city centre: 15 kms
) Venice airports
  • ? Marco Polo (VCE)
    How far from city centre: 5 kms
  • ? Treviso (TSF)
    How far from city centre: 32 kms
L Distance: 394 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Rome

More than 2.5 million people call Italy's capital and largest city home. It has two airports to serve passenger and cargo needs in the area. Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport is the primary airport with the majority of international flights taking off from there. It is equipped with useful facilities such as shops, restaurants, post office, banks and pharmacy. Fiumicino has luggage storage rooms and if you need assistance with your bags, you can use the porter services for a fee. Ciampino Airport, on the other hand, caters to low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, Easyjet and Wizzair. There are stores and refreshment areas at the airport plus changing areas for infants.

Getting to Rome airport

Getting to Fiumicino Airport is not complicated as it is well-served by public transport. You can catch public buses leaving from the centre of Rome such as from Tiburtina Railway and Cornelia Stations. Trenitalia also goes to the airport and you can choose between Leonardo Express or Regional FL1 trains. Taxis and car rental are other options to reach Fiumicino from the centre of Rome. To get to Ciampino, you can use buses operated by COTRAL, ATRAL or Schiaffini that leave from Rome Termini Railway Station. From Rome, get on the train to Ciampino and from the station, connect to the airport using a bus or taxi.

Getting to Venice

There is no denying that Venice is special with its romantic waterways, gilded palaces and prolific art. Savor the grandeur of the city with glorious Venetian structures dotting the banks of the Grand Canal. Gape at the Palazzo Ducale or the Basilica di San Marco, two of the most arresting sights you'll ever encounter. There's more to see when you explore alleys with opulent churches, priceless marble and gorgeous pieces of art displayed in museums. Not to be missed is Venetian cuisine and if you're in town for carnival, don't forget that its world-renowned Carnevale is a must-see. For night lovers, Venice has lively bars and cafes, jazz clubs and lounges for after-hours entertainment.

Getting to the city centre

The city has two airports to cater to the needs of passengers on flights from Rome to Venice. Venice Airport is closest with taxis the fastest way to connect to the city. Other ways of getting to Venice include car rental, shared rides, waterbus (Alilaguna) and motorboat. From Treviso Airport, which is roughly 25km from Venice city, you can use buses and taxis to connect to the railway station. Another option is to get a shared ride service, GoOpti, from the airport to Venice; this service can be booked online. If you are in a hurry and mind a shared ride, a VIP transfer service is your best bet.

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