International flights are available to Venice including major airlines like Lufthansa, Emirates, Etihad and Air India.
Visa regulations include applying at the Italian embassy that is the closest to your home. You must have overseas medical insurance in order to qualify for a tourist visa. You also need to show a tour itinerary including a date of return. Italy is also part of the Schengen Area and therefore a Schengen visa would allow you to travel between the 26 countries where Schengen visas are valid.
Venice's main airport is Marco Polo airport which has the third largest traffic in Eurpoe and is well connected to international and Italian cities.
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One can drive to Venice but it is tedious and parking rates are high in the city. Best way is to take water buses there.
The main railway station is Santa Lucia and there are ample trains going to Venice. Veniceês Santa Lucia Station is linked by rail to Bologna, Florence, Milan, Rome, Padua and Verona. It is also a popular point of departure into other countries like neighbouring Germany and Austria.
While in Venice the cheapest way to travel would be by Vaporetto or water bus or by foot in which case of course one can choose to move at one's own pace. One might also avail oneself of water taxis which are much more expensive but very convenient. Then of course, there is the famous gondola and traghetto which is a beautiful romantic way to travel around the city.¾
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