A little expensive for budget flying
The flight attendants were fabulous on this flight, wed fly Lufthansa again
Nice service but I didn't get a coffee
my husband on crutches and we had assistance. The staff were excellent could not have wished for more. Thank You again for your help .Great Service .
Business class is only an Economy class with middle seat blocked. Not sure about that....
Good seats for a big man
You have to pay for check in luggage even if it says you have a 23kg limit on international flights on there web page. €32 per piece.
Turkish Airlines were great. Shame about the Italian customs process. 1.5hours to be passed through in 30 seconds. Massive line, 3 officers, questioning people.
Paid extra for baggage
Baggage cost extra
The centre of Italian beauty and romance, Venice is sure to please all of your aesthetic senses. A marvel of both ancient and modern engineering, this city is filled with winding canals, gorgeous marble churches, and stunning palazzos. If gazing at the surrounding architecture is not enough, Venice is also home to fine art and dining, dazzling festivals and endearing, laid-back locals. Because of its numerous charms, this destination has become a tourist favourite so cheap flights to Venice can be tricky to find on short notice.
From June through September the city is flooded with tourists. This is largely due to the fact that during this period the city is abuzz with festivals and celebrations. Additionally, the weather is warm and delightful, making this an excellent time to mingle with the locals.
While many tourists think that the rainy climate of Venice from November to March is dreary, others find it romantic. This is a fantastic time to visit the city of you like the cool, moist ambiance of an Italian autumn as crowds thin out and flights become inexpensive. Additionally, you will be able to enjoy the Carnevale celebrations in the company of the natives.
The best times to find reasonably-priced flights to Venice are from April to May, then again in October. Another perk of visiting during the off season is the climate, which is generally warm and breezy, making it a great time to take a relaxing gondola ride, visit some of the museums, or simply people watch in one of the cafes.
Distance: 8km north from Venice
One of the most economical and convenient methods of ground transport is the local bus, which can get you nearly anywhere you need to be in Venice, with most trips taking about 20 minutes. Alternatively you can use the local train, or take advantage of the airport's car sharing service. If you would prefer more flexibility or excitement, you can rent a car, or hire a ground or water taxi.
Online resources for your travel to Venice
The Venice Marco Polo Airport's official website offers information on flights, web and airport services, transport options and tourist information.The Smartraveller website provides details on current security issues, local laws, entry and exit requirements, and important nearby contacts.
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