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Hertz at Venice Airport

There’s nowhere like Venice. Built in the middle of a marshy lagoon, this was once one of Europe’s most powerful cities, where imagination and creativity were allowed to run riot. You’ll find the evidence all around you, in the many artistic treasures and the sheer audacity of its architecture.

Our car hire desk is conveniently located by the main entrance/exit of Venice’s Marco Polo Airport, so that you can be on your way with the minimum of fuss. Just choose from our extensive collection of cars and we’ll aim to get you in your vehicle and on the road as quickly and as conveniently as possible.

As well as being close to the city of Venice, Marco Polo Airport is also very handy for taking in the many delights of beautiful Veneto. Hiring a car allows you to visit the region’s Renaissance villas, fortified towns and fascinating cities such as Padua, Vicenza, Treviso and Verona, the gateway to the stunning Italian Lakes. 

Hertz Venice Airport Locations

Venice Airport

Venezia Aeroporto - Viale Galileo Galilei 30
0039-0415-416075

A quick guide to Venice

Visitors to ‘La Serenissima’ never fail to be enthralled by its endless artistic and architectural delights, but one of the greatest pleasures is to lose yourself amid the labyrinth of narrow, winding alleyways, canals and bridges.

Explore the city of art

The heart of the city is Piazza San Marco, a good place to find your bearings. Its stand-out attractions are the gold-covered Byzantine Basilica, the lavish Palazzo Ducale, the 99m-tall Campanile, the Torre dell’Orologio and the splendid Museo Civico Correr.

Just about everywhere you turn in Venice you’ll find a treasured work of art. In the Gothic Santi Giovanni e Paolo are magnificent works by Bellini and Veronese, while the Gesuiti, a white, ornamental Baroque church, features epic paintings by Titian and Tintoretto.

The Madonna dell’Orto church, on the edge of town, is filled with the art of the young Tintoretto, whose tomb lies within, while Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, a huge Franciscan Gothic church, holds some of Venice’s most treasured art works, including Titian’s Assumption.

See the sights of Veneto

Hiring a car at Marco Polo Airport makes it easy to seek out the many extravagant riches of the Veneto region. Closest to Venice is Padua, with its historic university and Giotto’s frescoes in the Cappella degli Scrovegni.

A little further west, Vicenza is one of Italy’s richest architectural cities, boasting many of Palladio’s finest palazzi, including his masterpiece, La Rotonda, standing proudly in the surrounding countryside.

To the north, overlooked by the towering Dolomites, Treviso is a medieval, fortified and moated city with a slower pace of life, making it a great place to have lunch.

Tour the Italian Lakes

Venice Airport is also ideally positioned for exploring the stunning Italian Lakes. The largest, Lake Garda has something for everyone – historic hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants, plus water sports, beaches and theme parks.

Close by is the Roman-built city of Verona. The setting for Romeo and Juliet, it is one of the region’s most romantic cities, with elegant squares and a perfectly preserved 2,000-year-old Roman Arena, which hosts the city’s world-renowned outdoor opera season.

The other towns of the Po Valley – Brescia, Cremona and Mantua – are all well worth seeing. Brescia boasts elegant palazzi and lovely piazzas that rarely get crowded with tourists.

Not far away are the crystal clear waters of Lake Iseo, one of the least visited of the Italian lakes and most outstandingly beautiful, surrounded by lush green mountains. Drive round it on a road carved into the side of the mountains.

Cremona boasts some fine medieval architecture, especially around the Piazza del Comune, but this laid-back town is renowned as the centre of violin-making. You can learn all about the fascinating history, and hear the world-famous Stradivarius, in the Museo del Violino.

A beautiful drive east takes you to the picture-perfect town of Mantua, home to the astonishing Palazzo Ducale, the largest residence in Italy after the Vatican. This amazing labyrinth includes a castle, basilica, courtyards, sumptuous galleries, gardens and more than 500 rooms with precious tapestries and masterpieces by Raphael.

Car rental from Venice Airport allows you to make the most of your visit to this spellbinding city by exploring the glories of the wider Veneto region.

Driving in and around Venice

Venice’s Marco Polo Airport is on the mainland, just 25 minutes by car from the main island.

Not surprisingly for a city built on a series of islands, Venice is closed to cars but you can drive across to the main island from Marco Polo Airport via the SS14 and SR11. Follow signs for Venezia and centro storico until the Via della Libertà becomes a causeway over the lagoon called Ponte della Libertà.

There are public and private parking garages on Piazzale Roma, which is as far as you can go. You might be better off picking up your hire car from the airport after you’ve visited the city and taking a taxi or vaporetto (water taxi) to and from Venice when you arrive or before you depart.

Venice Airport lies just off the A4/E70 autostrada that runs east-west across Northern Italy though the Po Valley, from Turin past Milan, Brescia, Lake Garda, Verona, Vicenza, and Padua to Venice and on to Trieste, close to the Slovenian border.

The A4/E70 will take you to most of the recommended sights in the Veneto region. Padua is 40 minutes west, Vicenza a further 15 minutes away and Verona is an hour-and-a-half from Venice Airport on the same road.

Elegant Brescia, which stands between Lake Garda and Iseo, is less than an hour west of Verona, while Mantua lies 45 minutes south of Verona. Cremona is 50 minutes south from Brescia. Treviso lies 30 minutes north via the A27.

Driving in Italy is on the right-hand side of the road. Pay careful attention to speed limits on all roads, which vary from a maximum of 130km/h on motorways – autostrada – to 100km/h on non-major motorways and 90km/h on local roads.

Note that Italian motorways – autostrada – are toll roads indicated by green road signs and you’ll need to pay at the booths to use them.

HERTZ VENICE AIRPORT LOCATIONS

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Venice Airport

Address:Venezia Aeroporto - Viale Galileo Galilei 30

Phone:0039-0415-416075

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0800-2400