How to get from Treviso Airport to Venice
When travelling from Treviso (TSF) airport to Venice you have two transfer options, a taxi or the bus. Keeping in mind that all motorised transport must stop at the Piazzale Roma terminal or the parking island of Tronchetto. From here, you will need to take an alternate form of transportation or walk to your accommodation. The quickest way to reach Venice from Treviso airport is to take a taxi. Treviso airport taxis don't give a flat rate fee, instead, they charge using a distance-based meter. The journey shouldn't take longer than 40 minutes and cost approximately 80€ in normal traffic. The cheapest option is to take either the ATVO or the Barzi Bus Service. The ATVO takes around 70 minutes to reach Piazzale Roma and costs 12€ one-way. The Barzi Bus Service takes only 40 minutes to reach Tronchetto island and also costs 12€ one-way.
Comparison of the options
| OPTION|| PRICE|| DURATION|| AVAILABILITY|
| Bus|| €24|| 40-70min|| 08:10–21:55|
| Taxi|| €80|| 40min|| 24/7|
How to get from Treviso airport to Venice by bus
You have two different bus companies to choose from when travelling from Treviso airport to Venice. The first is ATVO which takes 70 minutes to reach Piazzale Roma in Venice. The second is the Barzi Bus Service which takes 40 minutes to reach Tronchetto island. From Tronchetto you will have to take a water taxi to your hotel whereas from Piazzale Roma you can choose to walk. Both buses cost 12€ one-way.
How much does the bus from Treviso airport to Venice cost?
Both the ATVO and Barzi Bus Service cost 12€ for a one-way ticket from Treviso (TSF) airport to Venice.
You can purchase your ATVO tickets from one of the automatic ticket machines in the arrivals hall or at the ATVO ticket counter. Your Barzi Bus service tickets are available at the transport station on the ground floor of the arrivals hall or as you board the bus.
40 - 70 Min.
There can be up to 50 minutes wait for the bus.
The ATVO bus is available from 8:10 to 21:55 daily. The Barzi Bus Service runs from 8:40 to 21:30.
Where do I get it from?
Both buses leave from the Via Noalese bus terminal which you can find by turning right as you exit Treviso airport. Please note that ATVO buses at Treviso airport can also be labelled as "Brusutti", as this company often operates this service.
Although buses at Treviso airport don't leave 24/7, their departure times do often line up with the major airlines' arrival times, so you will usually find a bus ready to take you to Venice. If you are travelling on a budget and don't mind the longer journey time, then taking a bus could be a good option.
Although the Barzi Bus Service is quicker than the ATVO, it takes you to Tronchetto island rather than Piazzale Roma, so depending on your final destination, this could add a lot of extra travel time to your journey.
If you're in a rush for the bus, you can purchase your tickets from the driver as you board rather than in the arrivals hall.
Be sure to keep an eye on your belongings at all times while on the buses as they do make a few stops along the way.
Stamp your ATVO ticket in the yellow validation machines either at the bus stop or on board the bus to validate them.
How to get from Treviso Airport to Venice by taxi
The official taxis at Treviso (TSF) airport are available 24/7 and can easily be found outside the arrivals hall. Taxis at Treviso airport don't use a flat rate, they charge based on distance travelled. The approximate cost of your journey should be 80€ and take no longer than 40 minutes in normal traffic.
Taxi fare from Treviso Airport to Venice
Official taxis at Treviso airport charge using a distance-based meter rather than a flat rate fee. This means that the further away your destination or the longer the journey takes the more it costs. The approximate fare from Treviso airport to Venice is 80€.
Not only is taking a taxi from Treviso airport the quickest way to travel to Venice, but it's also the most relaxing. You can pop your luggage safely in the back and then enjoy some private quality time with your family while you travel in comfort.
Although taxis are available 24/7, you may have to wait in line for one during peak times. To avoid this, we recommend booking a private taxi online before landing.
Although there will be many companies advertising themselves as "airport taxis" in the arrivals hall, the official ones will all be waiting in a line outside.
It's recommended to carry cash in the local currency when taking a taxi as most drivers don't accept card payments.
Although not mandatory, if you have had an excellent experience with your taxi transfer, you can tip your diver 10%.