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Cheap Flights to Venice Italy

This page focuses on cheap flights to Venice Italy from Holland, Ireland and Germany.


For cheap flights from the UK click here.

For options from the USA and Australia click here.

Getting to Venice from just about anywhere in Europe gets easier, and cheaper, with each and every passing year.

Out of most of the major centres in Europe low cost airlines have made getting to Venice the simplest and cheapest part of any Venetian holiday.

From the following countries these are some of the options available to you:

Flights to Venice Italy from Germany/ Flüge nach Venedig

From Germany, EasyJet offers a good service and great rates out of Berlin.

TUIFly also offers flights out of Berlin and they are much on a par with EasyJet.

TUIFly have flights from more cities in Germany to Venice than EasyJet do, and like EasyJet, but unlike RyanAir, their flights fly directly to Venice, whereas Ryanair flies into Treviso.

The other cities with TUIFly flights departing to Venice are Cologne, Hamburg, Hannover, Munster and Stuttgart.

Ryanair flies into Treviso from Bremen, Dusseldorf and Frankfurt

Flights to Venice Italy from Holland/ Vluchten naar Venetië

There is not much of a choice from Holland really. The only reasonable option is Transavia which flies from Amsterdam. Transavia has flights to Verona and Treviso.

Flights to Venice Italy from Ireland

Ryanair has flights from Dublin and Shannon into Treviso.

Our Treviso Tip

If you fly into Treviso with Ryan Air then the direct shuttle service from Treviso to Venice is expensive and the best way to get to Venice is with the ATVO Eurobus (tickets available at the airport). A return ticket costs 10 Euros and the journey time is an hour and fifteen minutes.


Need a good hotel in Venice  -that won't require a bank loan? I recommend these.


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