Transfers from Venice Marco Polo airport to Trieste
Venice Marco Polo airport is one of the most important international airports in Italy with excellent GoOpti connections to all major cities of northern Italy. Above all, the most well-connected is the city of Trieste, where GoOpti offers affordable , comfortable and flexible transfers every day of the year, suitable for every type of traveler. After a long trip or a pleasant holiday abroad, our GoOpti drivers take you from the airport to your desired address in Trieste or its surroundings in complete tranquility and comfort.
How to get from Venice Marco Polo airport to the city of Trieste?
Venice Marco Polo airport, named after the famous Venetian merchant and traveler, is located 145 km from the city of Trieste, one of the most important historical centers of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, very close to the border with Slovenia and Croatia.
The city of Trieste
A cosmopolitan city of thousands years, Trieste is one of the many Mediterranean cradles of commerce, languages, cultures, art and history. Also called “the small Vienna by the sea” in the Austro-Hungarian period, Trieste remains one of the main ports of the Mediterranean and one of the most beautiful cities in Italy.
Known for its coffee, Trieste is the cradle of the Illy coffee, one of the world’s most important producers of the Italians’ drink of choice. For all the lovers of the unmistakable aroma, it is absolutely worth visiting the Caffè degli Specchi, one the oldest cafés in Europe founded in 1839, or visit the university of coffee, located next to Illy's main roasting facility.
Furthermore, the nature that surrounds the maritime city is breathtaking. Very close to the castle of Miramare with its famous white walls, you will be able to see the karst region with its red earth, olive trees, vineyards and mysterious caves. For those who like to combine nature, art and literature, we recommend visiting the Rilke’s trail in Duino, named after one of the most lyrically intense German-language poets. Alongside Rilke there were many important names of the arts and literature that have crossed the gates of this ancient city: James Joyce, Richard Francis Burton, Vladimir Bartol, Fulvio Tomizza, Stendhal, Italo Svevo, Umberto Saba and many others.
GoOpti airport transfers
GoOpti offers you the possibility to have the convenience and speed of a 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. Just relax and enjoy the ride.
The GoOpti online platform allows you to book your own low cost transfer, whether shared or private, with professional drivers, connecting all major airports in northern Italy with as many as 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).
Moreover, by booking in advance, you can find budget rates thanks to a specific algorithm, developed by our internal IT intelligence. Discover 4 tips on how to book a convenient GoOpti transfer. The GoOpti transfer service allows you to travel at reduced costs with high safety standards.
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Interesting facts about Venice Marco Polo airport
The airport as we know it today was renovated and inaugurated in 2002. The arrivals are located on the ground floor, the departures can be found on the first floor. 50 different airlines offer its passengers a fleet of 117 different destinations to Europe, North Africa, Middle East, Arabian Peninsula, North America and Asia. The Marco Polo airport in Venice has only one terminal. The Venice Airport System, which includes the airports of Venice and Treviso, recorded more than 13 million passengers in the year 2017, confirming its importance in the world of air transport.
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