Italy

Fly from Nice to Venice

to discover the City of the Doges

Take off to the Queen of the Adriatic

A Nice-Venice flight takes barely more than an hour, yet it transports you to a different world, a world like no other! A city that has sat for a thousand years on the smooth waters of its lagoon, Venice is unique, fascinating and dramatic. That means your Nice-Venice flight is the key to an unforgettable holiday. A trip along the Grand Canal, an escape to the Lido, a chance to discover Burano: with all this, a weekend in Venice, flying from Nice, becomes a magical and unique trip.

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Pont des Soupirs Venise

  • Useful information for your trip to Venice

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    Looking for a Nice-Venice return flight? With Misterfly, our partner, you can find all the prices and times flying from the French Riviera. That means you can book your Nice-Venice plane ticket online, with no hassle. As for your gondola trip, that’s down to you, once you’re there!

    The formalities for travelling to Venice

    • Formalities: Italy is part of the Schengen Area, so European citizens just need a valid passport or national identity card.
    • Currencies: the Italians pay in euros.

    Your Nice-Venice direct flight

    easyJet flies direct from Nice to Venice! This airline flies to the floating city all year round. That means you’re sure to find a Nice-Venice trip at an affordable price! Remember, all easyJet flights leave from Terminal 2 of Nice Côte d’Azur Airport.

    Even if you already have your boarding pass and you are travelling with cabin baggage only, make sure you arrive at the airport at least one hour before your departure time. If you need to check in or put luggage in the hold, allow an extra quarter of an hour.

    Departure airportNice Côte d’Azur Airport
    Departure terminalTerminal 2
    Arrival airportVenice Marco Polo Airport

    Arriving at Venice airport

    You will get off your flight at Marco Polo Airport, which has just one terminal.
    Built on solid ground, near to Mestre, this airport is located around 10 km from the famous Piazza San Marco, the historical heart of the city. To get there, you can go by road or sea.

    • By road: taxis and buses (two competing companies offering the same price) will drop you at Piazzale Roma, near to Venice station.
    • By sea: the pier is a five-minute walk from the terminal. You can use the water taxis (motoscafi), recommended if you’re in a hurry, or for a cheaper option, take the famous vaporetto water bus. There are three routes to choose from, depending on your final destination. They all get to Piazza San Marco in around 1h15.

What to do in
Venise ?

To make the most of your holiday in Venice flying from Nice, combine the great classics of the “La Serenissima” (as the city is known) with a good dose of the unexpected. Book for a show at Teatro La Fenice, visit the Doge’s Palace, sip an espresso on Piazza San Marco and take a trip on a gondola. Then, let the city surprise you, by getting lost in its countless little streets, hopping aboard whichever vaporetto comes first, or stepping inside a modest bacaro. Venice has plenty of unexpected wonders up its sleeve!

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  • A weekend of culture and romance

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    Although Venice is the favourite destination for romantic breaks, you don’t need to come as a couple to enjoy its magic. The city is so beautiful, so fascinating and so surprising that you can explore it alone for a whole weekend, without ever feeling the need for company. Because the City of Masks has many faces, and whatever you’re looking for, it’s sure to have something to win your heart.

    So which Venice will you fall in love with…? The Venice of celebrations? The city of the famous Carnival, its enigmatic beauties with bewitching gazes, its colourful embroidered dresses and its masked balls. The Venice of culture? The city of the Art Biennale (held in odd-numbered years) and the Biennale of Architecture (in even-numbered years), the Museo Correr and it canvases by Bellini and Carpaccio, the Gallerie dell’Accademia with its paintings by Titien and Canaletto, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and the Palazzo Grassi, dedicated to the greatest artists of the past and present. The Venice of the botteghe? The city of the last artisan workshops, Burano lace, Murano glass, Fortuny fabrics, carnival masks and marbled paper. The Venice of monuments? With Saint Mark’s Basilica, the Bridge of Sighs, the Doge’s Palace, the Rialto Bridge and the Scuola Grande di San Rocco

  • The top 10 things to do in Venice

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    • Visit the Doge’s Palace and Saint Mark’s Basilica, dazzling with its gold ground mosaics and its marble.
    • Catch a vaporetto to Burano and discover an astonishing little island, with picturesque, colourful fishermen’s houses.
    • Work on your tan on the fine sand beaches of the Lido, and get on a bike to pedal through the quiet roads of Venice’s beach resort.
    • Head to the island of Giudecca, to enjoy a magnificent view over Venice and savour a Spritz, the city’s iconic cocktail, at the Belmond Hotel Cipriani (as seen in James Bond).
    • Get up early to wander around Rialto Market, where Venetians go to stock up their store cupboard, and just a short walk away, breathe the delicious scents of the spices at the Drogheria Mascari, an institution among foodies.
    • Take a seat around one of the tables at Caffè Florian, the oldest cafe in Venice, as well as the most famous and undoubtedly the most beautiful.
    • Be like Goethe, Wagner, George Sand, Balzac, Dickens, Zola and many others before you, by drinking tea at Danieli, a legendary palace located near to Piazza San Marco.
    • Try a glass of Soave and a few cicchetti (Venice’s answer to tapas), in a bacaro, the local wine bar. Need some recommendations? Vino Vero, Il Paradiso Perduto, Al Squero, or Do Mori, Venice’s oldest bacaro at almost 600 years old.
    • Choose your mask at Ca’ Macana, the workshop that made the enchanting masks for Stanley Kubrick’s film “Eyes Wide Shut”.
    • Visit the workshop of Alberto Valese, one of the last Venetian masters of ebru, the traditional art of paper marbling, which came from Japan via Turkey.

Regular flights Nice - Venise VCE

Nice → Venise VCE

from 59

FLIGHTS EASYJET
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Flights per week, From April to October

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  • Fri 1
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Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Venice flight take?

    The flight time from Nice to Venice is 1h10. The distance between Nice and Venice is barely more than 450 kilometres.

  • Which airline provides the Nice-Venice direct flight?

    easyJet is the only company that flies from Nice’s Bay of Angels to the Adriatic.

  • How many Nice-Venice flights are there per week?

    easyJet offers three flights a week from Nice, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The return flights are on the same days.

  • How much does a Nice-Venice flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Venice return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 59 .

  • What is the time difference between Nice and Venice?

    The two cities are separated by a thousand years, but there is no time difference.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Venice?

    The city where Vivaldi was born is best experienced… in any of the four seasons!
    Its spring is milder than elsewhere: good for walking after nightfall, in the alleyways of a past era.
    Many people avoid autumn, but this is the season to experience the true Venice, when hotel prices drop, and the waters rise with the tides (the famous Acqua Alta).
    In winter, tourists come for the Carnival: one of the most famous in the world. It takes place in February, starting ten days before Ash Wednesday and finishing on Mardi Gras.
    No, Venice’s air isn’t suffocating in summer. In fact, the city is packed in July and August. To avoid the crowds, seek refuge by heading to one of the neighbouring islands, for example Giudecca, or to the Lido.

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