How to get to Venice

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Talk about the beauty of Venice and attractions can be endless. It is a famous city on the water, located on 118 islands, united with each other by 400 bridges.

Ancient buildings, gondoliers, carved bridges.

For one tourist visit all the sights of Venice are not inspected.

You will need

  • - international passport-
  • - medical insurance-
  • - confirmation of solvency-
  • - confirmation of intentions to return to Russia.



To enjoy the beauty of the city, enoughIssue a tourist visa and travel from Moscow to Venice. The visa issue is solved quite simply. The set of documents is standard, the procedures are eased as much as possible taking into account the fact that the visa is issued to a European country. You can apply for a visa at any of the offices of the Italian embassy.


The easiest way to Venice isAir travel. There are both direct flights from Moscow, and flights with transfers in other cities. The duration of the flight (the distance between Moscow and Venice is 2,097 km) will depend on the chosen airline, for example, a direct flight from Alitalia or "Aviaflot" takes about three and a half hours. Flights are made from Domodedovo to Marco Polo airport regularly. From Vnukovo flies the same route "Transaero".


If you want to save and see Europe,You should fly with a transfer, for example, in Bologna, Rome or Florence. The most convenient connections for AirBerlin airlines and Lufthansa, however, they ship the boards only in the most tourist season. From October to February, you can fly with changes by Czech Airlines or Aeroflot, but then it is most convenient to get the final part from the airport to Venice by train.


You can use the train "Moscow-Nice". He makes a stop in Verona, where from literally an hour you can get to Venice by express train. An hour before the city of lovers can be reached by train from Bologna and Rimini, but the journey from Pisa or Milan takes almost three hours.


From the "Belarusian Railway Station" you can take the train toMilan, and from the station "Milan Rogoredo" on a suburban electric train to get to Venice. Electric train runs every half hour, there is, however, a daily break of 1.5 hours (from 15-00 to 16-30). Such a trip will cost less than $ 120 each.

How to get to Venice Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Ruehuotb
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