Flights from Cardiff to Venice

Flight information Cardiff to Venice

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Average flight time, total distance 818 miles

3h 45min

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Venice Marco Polo and Venice Treviso

2 airports

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Several carriers offer options for visitors going from Cardiff to Venice. Air France, KLM, Iberia, Air Berlin, Alitalia, and Vueling Airlines all serve this route. However, there are no direct flights from Cardiff to Venice. The available flights make one or two stops before they land in Venice. Cheap flights from Cardiff to Venice should be booked 30 to 60 days in advance of your travel date to save around 30%. Another tip for finding cheap flights from Cardiff to Venice is to consider travelling when there are fewer events happening that attract big crowds.

Flights from Cardiff to Venice will depart from Cardiff International Airport (CWL). For fast and convenient clearance, the airport advises travellers to arrive 90 minutes before departure time.

When you travel from Cardiff to Venice, you’ll land at Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE). The airport has only one terminal that serves both arrivals and departures. On arrival at the airport, you'll be asked to produce a passport by the customs officials. Ensure you have it safely tucked away somewhere convenient before leaving Cardiff.

When you land in Venice, you can immediately grab some Italian cuisine at Bricor Bar & Pizza, Cocktail Dream, or Culto Café restaurants. Shoppers will want to visit Montblanc and Versace. For currency exchange and other financial needs, Travelex Business Centre, Banca Di Roma, and several ATMs are available. However, travellers might do better to exchange currency before arriving in Venice.

Venice Marco Polo Airport is 5 miles from the city centre. Ground and water transportation are available for arriving visitors. The boat house for water taxis is a 7-minute walk from the arrival terminal. Public buses depart the airport every half hour heading to the city centre. Taxis and cars for hire are also available at the airport. Take note that when using taxi services, it is best to discuss the costs involved with the driver before starting to your destination.

What to Expect in Venice

Venice experiences warmer summers and cooler winters than Cardiff. The hottest month in Venice is July, with average high temperatures of 23°C. The coldest months are January and February, with average temperatures around 3°C. Venice experiences its wettest month in June, compared to Cardiff's wettest month of February. For visitors who love swimming, travelling to Venice in July and August are best because the sea water is relatively warm. Travelling to Venice during the winter is ideal for cheap flights since many visitors prefer to stay home at this time of year.

Costs of essential commodities are more expensive in Venice than in Cardiff. You'll find that dining out in a restaurant in Venice will run you about 50% more than dining out in Cardiff.

There’s no worry of jet lag since Venice is only an hour ahead of Cardiff. Be sure to set your watch ahead when you arrive.

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