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The route between London and Venice is flown by various airlines. Flights can be both direct or need transfers. A direct flight normally takes around two hours, and is served by Ryanair, EasyJet and British Airways. Flights which include a transfer are operated by other airlines: Germanwings (flying through Cologne), Air Berlin (Dusseldorf), Vueling (Barcelona) and Brussels Airlines (Brussels) are just a few of these. A transfer flight takes between 3 and 11 hours, and often costs more than a direct one. Ryanair flies from London Stansted, British Airways from Gatwick and EasyJet from Southend and Gatwick. Other airlines leave from all London airports. All flights arrive at Marco Polo Airport, with the exception of Ryanair services, which land at Treviso Sant'Angelo. Departure airports can all be reached by taxi, bus and train. In addition to this, Heathrow is also connected to the city centre via the London Underground. Marco Polo Airport is connected to the city centre by taxis, buses and, quite uniquely, ferries. It's possible to get to the Mestre-Venice rail station from Treviso Sant'Angelo airport, although it must be remembered that this terminal is located much further away from Venice than Marco Polo.

Best Prices for a Flight ticket London - Venice: Selection by airline companies

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Mon 26 Sep - Thu 29 Sep

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Tue 20 Sep - Tue 11 Oct

  • Easyjet

    London Venice

    Thu 10 Nov - Sun 20 Nov

  • British Airways

    London Venice

    Mon 15 May - Thu 08 Jun

Looking for a cheap London - Venice flight?

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Mon 26 Sep - Thu 29 Sep

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Sun 25 Sep - Mon 03 Oct

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Tue 04 Oct - Wed 05 Oct

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Wed 31 Aug - Wed 07 Sep

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Mon 17 Oct - Thu 03 Nov

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Tue 05 Jul - Wed 20 Jul

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Tue 20 Sep - Tue 11 Oct

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Thu 08 Sep - Mon 12 Dec

  • Easyjet

    London Venice

    Sun 01 Jan - Sun 22 Jan

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Tue 27 Sep - Thu 29 Sep

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Wed 06 Jul - Wed 12 Oct

  • Easyjet

    London Venice

    Thu 10 Nov - Sun 20 Nov

  • Easyjet

    London Venice

    Fri 09 Dec - Mon 19 Dec

  • Easyjet

    London Venice

    Mon 28 Nov - Thu 01 Dec

  • Easyjet

    London Venice

    Sat 10 Dec - Fri 06 Jan

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Wed 06 Jul - Wed 20 Jul

  • Easyjet

    London Venice

    Wed 29 Jun - Wed 27 Jul

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Wed 24 Aug - Mon 03 Oct

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Tue 30 Aug - Tue 13 Sep

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Wed 06 Jul - Tue 14 Feb

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Wed 10 Aug - Thu 25 Aug

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Tue 05 Jul - Wed 03 Aug

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Fri 30 Sep - Fri 04 Nov

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Wed 10 Aug - Wed 24 Aug

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Wed 09 Nov - Wed 23 Nov

  • Easyjet

    London Venice

    Sun 18 Dec - Sun 12 Feb

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Wed 18 Jan - Sun 22 Jan

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Mon 18 Jul - Tue 01 Nov

  • Wizz Air

    London Venice

    Mon 18 Jul - Thu 22 Sep

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Venice

    Tue 28 Jun - Thu 25 Aug

Cheap London - Venice Flights

To travel between London and Venice at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Venice flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Venice flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Venice 1 Saint Mark's Basilica

Arguably the most famous church in Venice, this cathedral is one of the finest examples of Byzantine architecture. Originally built in the 9th century and subsequently rebuilt, it is a splendid monument of the opulence the Doges enjoyed whilst ruling this city. Its bell tower is one of the most iconic Venetian landmarks.

2 Rialto Bridge

This 16th century bridge spanning the Grand Canal is the city's most famous bridge, a symbol of great elegance in urban design and architecture.

3 Italian cuisine

Italian food needs little introduction, and it can be tried in different varieties in this great city. National institutions such as pizza, pasta and fine wine can be found anywhere; traditional Venetian dishes include cuttlefish, in pasta, risotto or polenta.

4 Gondola ride

Although often expensive, since there is a limit of 450 gondola rowers in the city, taking a ride on Venice's traditional rowing boats is sure to be an unforgettable experience, where the gondolier takes tourists through the city on the Grand Canal.

5 Murano glass

Murano, an island off Venice, is famous for its glass-making techniques, where glass-makers have been renowned for their trade for almost a millennium. Try to check out glass-making demonstrations, but check availability on the day (these are usually unavailable during winter).

Required travel documents for Italy

When travelling to Italy from London various things should be remembered. First of all, the fact that Italy is one hour ahead of the UK. There are no visa requirements to travel between the two countries: a valid passport or an ID card from countries in the European Economic Area is sufficient to pass border checks.