Low cost car rental at the Marco Polo airport in Venice Italy

Renting a car at the Marco Polo airport to explore the region means you have complete flexibility, and we can offer you a wide choice of low cost, convenient deals from all the major car hire companies, plus secure online booking, a choice of all inclusive offers, and not to mention our special daily deals.

Although the city has few roads on which autos can travel, hire cars can be conveniently left at the large car parks on the edge of the city which are secure and safe (for example Piazzale Roma or Mestre). From here, it is easy to reach any of the hotels by water, and to take the car and visit the beautiful and enriching surrounding areas.

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Moving around Venice airport with car

To cater for all types of client we have a wide choice of vehicles; for solo visitors or families, or for couples seeking the ultimate romantic break, choose from the following categories and we guarantee we have a vehicle for every budget:

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The Marco Polo airport

With pick-up points at Venice Marco Polo Airport VCE, a major international travel hub that is conveniently placed for the city and surrounding region and Piazzale Roma 30135 Venice, picking up your hire car could not be easier, and we promise a friendly and helpful service at all times.

The airport is situated on the mainland but is technically part of Venice, and caters for a great number of visitors from many countries each year. The city itself is easy to reach from the airport, and we have included a more detailed guide to the airport itself, as well as the city of Venice, in this website.

Venice Marco Polo Airport is one of the pick-up points for our car rental service, and as such is a convenient starting point for visitors to the city. Drivers should follow the SS14 from the airport on the mainland, and then take the bridge via the SS11 to Venice itself, where adequate parking can be found on the edge of the city. Indeed, it is said that the car park is the largest in Europe.

It should be noted that, thanks to the nature of the city, Venice is entirely pedestrian with no cars allowed. However, the convenience of being able to explore the surrounding region in a low cost hire car cannot be overlooked, and with so much to see hiring a car comes highly recommended.

Venice Marco Polo Airport also offers a connection by rail to Mestre railway station, from where a trip to the city is just a few minutes. A more picturesque method of getting to Venice from the airport is by water taxi, thanks to the airport’s location at the waterside.

For visitors looking to explore other cities in Italy Marco Polo Airport offers plenty of choice, including regular flights to the capital, Rome, as well as those to airports in Naples, Bari and on the island of Sicily. Venice may be the iconic local city, but the sheer diversity of Italy’s many cultural regions means there is plenty else to see and do.

With capacity just about reached it remains to be seen what the local authorities intend to do to cope with a growing number of visitors to this exciting region, as no mention of expansion plans has yet been forthcoming.

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Car rental Mestre train station

An alternative to the airport could be picking up your car at the Mestre train station.

At the Mestre railway station you may find the following car rental companies:

  • Europcar: Via Trento 1 - Mestre
  • Sixt: Viale stazione 10 - Mestre
  • Avis: Viale stazione 8c - Mestre
  • Hertz: Viale stazione 18f - Mestre
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The beautiful and historic city of Venice is one of the most amazing in Italy, if not the world. Famous for its network of spectacular canals, Venice is home to some of the most iconic buildings in the country, and the surrounding region is a glorious slice of unspoilt Italy.

Venice is, quite literally, unique, a superbly romantic city personified by its ornate bridges and traditional gondolas. Travelling around the city by water is an experience never to be forgotten, and the quaint streets and unspoilt piazzas are also a delight.

Consisting of a series of islands in a natural lagoon, the city has a long and illustrious history that has included some tumultuous periods, and is considered one of the most important cities in the history of the Renaissance, Italy’s golden period.

With many fine hotels near the Venice airport to choose from – we have further information on this website to help you – and a wealth of cultural and historical sites to visit, a break in Venice is not just a holiday, but a life experience, one that will enthral and educate in equal measures.

We promise the very best in customer service at all times, and like to make sure that our customers are given the chance to explore this wonderful city, and the many towns and villages in the nearby region, in comfort and at low cost.