Venice can be easily reached by plane. The international airport Marco Polo
is located on the mainland approximately 20 minutes away and is connected perfectly to the archipelago of Venice by public transport. Regular busses are scheduled from the railway station of Venice-Santa Lucia and Mestre-Venice to the airport. For detailed information about the transport check the airport’s webpage.
Venice is well connected to other cities by train. Regional and national trains arrive at the St. Lucia station
or at the Mestre station
on the mainland. Rome, Florence, Munich, Vienna as well as several other cities are connected to Venice by train.
Venice can be reached by car. However, keep in mind that Venice is a car-free zone. There are parking facilities in Tronchetto island and in Piazzale Roma. The Lido and Pellestrina islands are the only areas where traffic is allowed.
There are various ways to get to Venice. The most important ones are here.