Venice
Venice Marco Polo Airport

Everything you need to know before departing from or arriving to Venice Airport

Services at Venice Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 21. 2. 2024

Find out what services and facilities are available at Venice Marco Polo Airport. Where is the best place to eat and shop?

Internet and wi-fi

Connect to the wifi network for free and without restrictions via the "Venezia Airport Free WiFi" hotspot.

If you use an EU sim card, you can call and use data in Italy at the same prices as in your home country.

Otherwise, get a data e-sim quickly and easily at airalo.com.

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Luggage storage

Luggage storage is available outside on the left about 100 metres from the arrivals exit of the terminal from 6:00 to 21:00. A full day's storage costs 12 eur, then for 6 hours you pay 7 eur.

Restaurants and shops

Restaurants and cafes are more widely available after security check. These tend to be smaller local businesses and you won't find any fast-food chains at Venice Airport.

One of the most popular and largest eateries is Bricco on the 2nd floor of the transit area.

In the public area, Kitchen Pizza Bar is a popular restaurant.

The transit zone is richly equipped with shops of luxury brands with clothing and fashion accessories. You can also shop at the duty free shop.

There is no traditional grocery store at the airport. However, you can use the services of a pharmacy, which is available in the airside.

ATMs

ATMs at the airport are operated only by Euronet, with a withdrawal fee of around 5 eur and a disadvantageous exchange rate when withdrawing with a card with an account in a currency other than Euro.

Ideally pay for transport by card or online and withdraw money from a regular bank ATM in town if necessary.

Drinking water

Fountains with free cold drinking water, from which you can fill your own bottle, can be found in the transit area at departure gates 8 and 43.

Smoking area

A smoking room is also available behind security on the 1st floor next to the Bricco Café restaurant.

Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

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