Arriving in Venice by car
24 October 2010 Leave a comment
It is easy to reach Venice by car with the following motorway and road connections: A4 from Trieste and from Turin, A27 from Belluno, A13 from Bologna, and the state roads SS.309 Romea from the Adriatic Coast, SS.14 from Trieste, SS.13 from Treviso, SS.11 from Padua.
Venice is always clearly sign posted.
Once you have arrived near the lagoon, get on to the Ponte della Libertà – a long straight line with two lanes linking Venice to the mainland -follow the signs for Venice and you will arrive at Piazzale Roma.
Three are the parking areas at Piazzle Roma: the Autorimessa Comunale, the Garage San Marco and the small open air car park Sant’ Andrea.
One alternative is the large car park on the Tronchetto island and it is very easy to arrive at Venice.
Another possibility is leaving your car in Mestre – parking it in the small car parks before you reach the Ponte della Libertà or in those opposite to the railway station of Mestre and reach Venice by bus (Line 2) or by train (five minutes ride).
1. Venezia Tronchetto Parking