Cheap Flights from Rome to Venice (ROM - VCE)

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Flight information Rome to Venice

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Average flight time, total distance 260 miles

1h 5min

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Venice Marco Polo and Venice Treviso

2 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Venice: Venice Marco Polo and Venice Treviso.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Rome to Venice is £48. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 5min is the average flight time from Rome to Venice.
There are 5 airlines who fly direct from Rome to Venice.
As of October, there are 44 flights per week flying from Rome to Venice.

This information is correct as of January 2016

Airlines that fly from Rome to Venice

Alitalia and Alitalia CityLiner both fly to Venice-Marco Polo from Rome-Fiumicino Airport. There are currently no direct flights to Venice available from Rome-Ciampino or Rome-Urbe.

Terminal Information – Departing

Alitalia depart from Terminals 1 and 3. Check your boarding card or the airport website for up to date terminal information. Terminal 1 has a great range of designer stores including Hermes, Ralph Lauren, and Desigual. There are plenty of places to grab a bite, whether you fancy an artisan pizza or a McDonalds. You can catch up on your favourite TV shows at the Sky Lounge Bar too. Terminal 3 is split into a number of boarding areas, each with their own range of shops and restaurants. Free Wi-Fi is available in every terminal.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Venice-Marco Polo Airport has one terminal. It's easy to get into Venice, with a number of public and private transfer options available from the airport. The most convenient (and scenic) option is the water taxi: unfortunately it's also the most expensive at €100-160* (about £76-114). It's the only option which will take you right into the city centre, as Venice has no roads. The boat launch point is just a short walk from the terminal. If you don't mind walking with your case, you can take bus no. 5 to Piazzale Roma car park just outside the city walls. Buses from the airport are also available to towns along the coast, Alpine ski resorts, and the train station at Mestre. Tickets are available from the machine in baggage reclaim, from the drivers of ATVO and FSVbusitalia buses, and from the public transportation ticket office inside the terminal. If you're planning a self-drive tour around the region you can hire a car at the airport. You can compare prices with Skyscanner to find the best deals.

Practical Information

You don't need a passport for domestic flights within the Schengen zone. If you're a Brit travelling abroad we recommend keeping your passport on you at all times. You may be asked to show some form of photographic ID. Aim to get to the airport at least one hour before your flight is due to depart.

What to expect in Venice

There is no time difference between Rome and Venice, although there's a big difference in weather. During the winter you can expect average temperatures of 8°C in Rome, while Venice is a lot cooler at around 3°C. During summer the temperatures in Rome sit at around 26°C, but can easily reach 30°C+. Venice is slightly cooler at 23°C. Prices in Venice are slightly higher than Rome. Expect to pay about €10* (£7.50) more for dinner for two.

*Prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.