Cheap Flights from Bristol to Venice
Flight information Bristol to Venice
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Average flight time, total distance 792 miles
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Venice Marco Polo and Venice Treviso
Flights from Bristol to Venice
This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from Bristol to Venice
easyJet will be offering direct flights from Bristol to Venice from Spring 2016. Airlines offering connecting flights include KLM via Amsterdam, Lufthansa via Frankfurt and Brussels Airlines via Brussels.
Terminal Information – Departing
There's only one terminal at Bristol Airport. There's a small but well-formed range of shops, restaurants and lounges. Enjoy tax-free shopping at World Duty Free, Accessorize, Dixons Travel and JD Sports. Last-minute essentials can be found in Superdrug (great for toiletries and make-up) or WHSmith (for light-reading and plane snacks).
Depending on your appetite you can enjoy a sandwich and a coffee from Starbucks, a grab 'n' go meal from Burger King, or a sit-down lunch at The Cabin or Dexter's. The Brunel Bar & Kitchen also offers a good range of pub grub.
If you fancy kicking off your holiday in style, you can check into one of the airport's two departure lounges. Prices start at £19.99* for the Aspire Lounge and £29.99* for the Aspire Plus Lounge. Both lounges offer complimentary snacks, drinks and Wi-Fi although the Plus lounge offers a more premium experience with prosecco, whisky and a hot buffet including in the price. Note that the Plus lounge is adults only.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Venice-Marco Polo Airport has one arrivals terminal. There are a few options for reaching the city. The centre of Venice has no roads, only canals, so if you want door-to-door service you will need to take a water taxi. The port is about ten minutes walk from the terminal. Prices range from €100-160* (about £70-112) for a private transfer, or you can pay a little less for a shared transfer. Buses run between the airport and Piazzale Roma, the large car park just outside the city centre. You can also take buses to Mestre Railway Station (line 15). If you're going to the beach resorts like Jesolo you can take the ATVO, while the Cortina Express exclusively serves the Alpine ski villages. Bus tickets are available from the public transport ticket office in the arrivals hall, ticket machines in the baggage reclaim, or on-board ATVO and FSBusitalia coaches. If you're planning on exploring the area around Venice by car you will find the major car hire companies in the arrivals hall.
You need a valid passport to fly from Bristol to Venice. For international flights we recommend arriving at least two hours before scheduled departure.
What to expect in Venice
Venice is one hour ahead of Bristol and the currency is the Euro (€). Venice is slightly cheaper than Bristol. Expect to pay £43* for a three-course meal for two and about £3.50* for a pint of local beer. Venice has a more extreme climate than Bristol. Expect an average temperature of 23°C in the summer, and 3°C in the winter. June is the wettest month in Venice, so pack your umbrella.
*Prices subject to change
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