Transfers from Trieste to Treviso airport
With excellent connections to all major cities of Northern Italy and Slovenia, GoOpti offers transfers from Trieste to Treviso airport at low prices with flexible times of departure, all days of the year. Our GoOpti drivers, with their experiences and professionality, can come and pick you up directly to your desired address in Trieste and bring you in all comfort and worry-free to Treviso-Sant’Angelo airport.
How to get to Treviso airport
Treviso airport is well connected with all main highways and routes of the North. It is located 3 km from Treviso, 20 km from Venice, 50 km from Padua and 130 km from Verona. Being close by the border with Slovenia, many foreign travellers take advantage of its location to reach destinations across the Italian border.
Do you want to come to Treviso airport in time for your flight? If you are leaving for a domestic flight, it is best to arrive at the airport at least one hour before your departure. For international flights it is advisable to arrive at least two hours prior to departure, so to complete all the boarding procedures. Watch out for flights to the United States, Canada and Latin America! Most airlines that leave for these destinations require you to arrive at the airport at least 3 hours before the flight’s departure.
Are you worried you will miss your flight? Buy the Absolutely No Worries package! If you lose your flight due to traffic, GoOpti offers you a new flight ticket. If your flight has been changed, cancelled or has a delay, we will organize a new GoOpti transfer, free of charge.
Nowadays, Antonio Canova Treviso-Sant’Angelo airport is considered as being a small scale international airport, as there are only 5 flight companies present all year round. Every day they execute approximately 50 flights, which amounts to 3 million passengers per year. If you compare it to the closeby airports of Trieste Ronchi dei Legionari and of Venice Marco Polo, you can safely assume Treviso is the calmer, quieter of the bunch. This is why we recommend it for all of those who fly for the first time or who is not yet a savvy traveller. The risk of getting lost or not finding your gate here is really minimal.
The airport stretches onto two floors: the ground floor holds the arrival area, with a lounge and bar area, tourist information desk and a few ticket vendors for public transportation and car rental services. The first floor hosts the departure area, with 9 check-in desks, a bookstore, a bar and an ATM, not to mention the flight companies’ ticket services. Beyond the check-in and control area, there are 10 gates available, with many duty free shops and assorted bars to fill the waiting time before your flight. As this is a small airport, the VIP lounge area does not offer the same comforts as similar lounges in bigger airports. Also lacking is the WiFi access, as it is limited to a one hour free use.
Interesting facts about Trieste
The center of everyday life, or "the living room of Trieste”, is obviously the main square, called Piazza Unità. It is also known as the square that opens on to the largest sea in Europe. Trieste boasts with the largest and most important port in Italy, measured by the flow of goods, which passes through it and makes the port of Trieste, one of the most important maritime hubs in Europe. It’s also important to mention the city’s connections with the world’s most popular drink: coffee. In its port, tons of beans are transported to wake up Europe every day. One of the most important coffee roasters and makers, Illy, is present in the territory of Trieste (the legendary factory was founded here in 1933). After trade and production, there come the city’s historic cafés, among which, the Caffè degli Specchi, founded in 1839, is one of the oldest and most beautiful cafés in the world.
For those who want to explore Trieste and its surroundings even further, we suggest visiting the Miramare castle or stroll down the Rilke path, named after one of the most important figures of the romantic movement, famous for his literary work, Duino Elegies.
GoOpti transfers to the airport
GoOpti offers you the possibility to have the convenience and speed as if you were traveling by private car, but without the stress of driving. Concerns about possible road works, traffic jams, or accidents are handled by the GoOpti operations team, who follows your journey and advises the driver on the best available route. What you need to do is just relax and enjoy the ride. The GoOpti transfer service allows you to travel at reduced costs with high safety standards.
The GoOpti online platform allows you to book your low cost transfer, whether shared or private, with professional drivers, connecting all major airports in northern Italy with 21 Italian cities (Trieste, Udine, Padua, Rovigo, Treviso, Venice, Verona, Vicenza, Brescia, Bergamo, Mantua, Milan, Bologna, Ferrara, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia, Rimini and Pesaro).
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