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Venice at a glance:
St. Mark's Basilica
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With its criss-crossing canals, Gothic landmarks and clear blue ocean, Venice really is the Queen of the Adriatic. Visiting for romantic gondola rides or to mingle with business clients? Journey there in a plush lie-back seat and dine on delicious gourmet cuisine thanks to our unmissable deals on Business and First Class flights to Venice.
Our travel pros can help find you a fantastic price on Venice Business Class flights, whether you’re traveling last-minute for work or planning a once-in-a-lifetime vacation.
Spotlight on Venice Airports
Jet off to Venice from over 100 destinations worldwide. The closest airport to the city – Venice Marco Polo – offers up several seasonal routes to destinations in Canada and the USA. Get ready to travel Business Class for less from Toronto, Montreal, New York, Philadelphia or Atlanta.
Venice is easily one of the most popular destinations in Italy. And it’s no surprise given the city’s sheer number of extraordinary cultural and historic attractions! Over 20 million people flock there every year to discover its islands, canals and grand piazzas.
St Mark’s Square is a great place to begin any tour of Venice. Gaze up at the mosaiced ceiling of the iconic St Mark’s Basilica before strolling around the marble halls of the Doge’s Palace. Don’t skip exploring its secret passageways or strolling across the infamous Bridge of Sighs - just like hundreds of prisoners did in centuries gone by.
Beyond the bustling San Marco district, you’ll uncover dozens of exquisite museums and galleries, including the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and the Gallerie dell’Accademia. There’s also the option of taking a boat across to San Giorgio Maggiore to marvel at its impressive cathedral. Or, why not venture a little further to Murano to learn about its ancient glassmaking heritage?
Venice is dripping in cozy cafés where you can watch the world go by while tucking into tasty regional cuisine. Want to do a bit of shopping? Artisan boutiques selling handmade lace, book shops piled high with rare tombs and stores serving tantalizing Venetian pastries are scattered across the city.
Depending on your trip dates, you might have the chance to experience one of the city’s vibrant cultural festivals. The Carnival of Venice takes place just before Mardi Grass and sees thousands of people dress up in vibrantly decorated masks. There’s also the Venice Biennale: a celebration of Italian art and creativity that takes place at locations across the city every other year.
Once one of the world’s biggest trade hubs, Venice continues to attract corporate travelers with its long-standing businesses and innovative new start-ups. Visiting for a specific event or simply to soak up its wondrous sights? Make your journey there as stress-free as possible with our amazingly discounted Business Class flight tickets to Venice.
Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE)
Despite its name, Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) is located on the mainland, approximately 8 kilometers north of the city. It’s easily accessible by train via Venice Mestre station, by bus or by water taxi.
You can fly direct to Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE) from North America on several different seasonal routes. United, Air Canada, Air Transat, Delta and American Airlines all fly direct to Venice from cities across Canada and the USA. If you choose to snap up cheap Business Class tickets, your return journey will see you enjoying fast-track check-in, priority boarding and complimentary lounge access.
Depending on your airline, you may have access to the exclusive Venice Marco Polo Club lounge. It’s the airport’s main premium lounge and it has heaps of comfy reclining seats, a large business center (complete with conference facilities) and free hot showers. You can also tuck into an array of tasty Italian cuisine – including plenty of decadent desserts – and a selection of wine, beers and spirits.
One of the best features of the Marco Polo Club is its outdoor balcony where you can soak up a bit of sunshine and watch aircraft take off with uninterrupted views. And if you get a little warm? Retreat back inside to the air-conditioned lounge for a refreshing class of crisp local wine.
Treviso Airport (TSF)
Also known as Venice-Treviso Airport (TSE), this airport is located a little further away from the city and is not as easily accessible. It’s mainly used by low-cost airlines flying to other European destinations. There are no direct routes to North America, although you may find connecting flights via the UK.
Tips for Cheap Business & First Class Tickets to Venice
Venturing to Venice for work or pleasure? Forget paying full price for your premium tickets with our following expert tips.
Avoid the weekends. Venice is a popular destination for weekend getaways. Because of this, the airport can be busier and tickets typically more expensive. You’re more likely to secure a good deal on Business Class flights to Venice if you travel between Tuesday and Thursday.
Buy flights well in advance. It’s not impossible to find some great last-minute deals to Venice. Nevertheless, you’re always better off beginning your search a few months in advance. Look out for airline ticket sales too.
Travel off-season. Venice’s peak season tends to last from June to August. If you can, try visiting outside these months for better deals. Most North American flight routes run between May and October, giving you a few weeks on either side of peak season to find cheaper tickets.