How to reach Piazzale Roma from Marco Polo International Airport of Tessera
Many people arriving in Venice find themselves on Piazzale Roma. It serves as an important transport hub on the Venice map. There is a busy bus station, parking garages, and a nearby Santa Lucia railway station. The square is at the end of the Ponte della Liberta, close to the Constitution Bridge and not far from Tronchetto island. The area was a base of the Santa Croce sestiere when it emerged in the 1930s. There are many museums in the area. If you have the time to explore, try visiting the Natural History Museum, Ca Pesaro, and the Oriental Art Museum. You can also take a vaporetto (a water bus) to see the best of Venice.
There are a few ways to get to Piazzale Roma. The first and most common option is to take a bus. If you don’t have too much luggage, you can travel with Line 5, operated by ACTV. You can buy the ticket at the Arrivals Hall, from where you can exit straight to the departure point. If you do have much luggage, it’s best to use Line 35, operated by ATVO. These buses have lots of luggage space, free Wi-Fi on board, and assigned seats. If you don’t mind spending a few euros and want to travel with the utmost comfort, take a taxi or a private boat.