The Port of Venice area dedicated to cruise ships is mainly located in the Marittima, while smaller tonnage ships make use of the area of Santa Marta and San Basilio.
The passenger port is served by the international airport, Marco Polo, the railway system and the motorways (A4, A27).
If you arrive by car
from the motorway at the Villabona exit of the A4 coming from Milan, follow the indications for Venice. It is just under ten kilometres. Go along the Laguna Bridge of Freedom and, once you reach the final ramp of the bridge, at the first traffic light, turn right and after a hundred metres you will see the entrance to the Marittima. You cannot miss it. Note that speed limit cameras are active in both directions on the bridge. The speed limit is 70 km/h.
From the A4 coming from Trieste, and from the A27, which joins the A4, take the ring road until the “Porto” exit, then follow the same directions as for the Villabona exit.
At the entrance to the Marittima there is a checkpoint which leads to the terminal area; follow the signs leading to the boarding terminal, the car park and the ship.
If you are arriving by car, we recommend that you reserve a parking space, perhaps with us at the
Triestina Car Park near the Venice Airport, or else inside the terminal there are 5 open and fenced car parks.
Consult our services and book your parking and any corresponding service.