(Closed) Madrid to Venice

posted 7 years ago in Travel
Post # 3
53 posts
Worker bee

Aww no one wanted to field this one? You might want to check out some of the discount airlines in Europe. Not sure if Ryanair does that route, but it looks like easy jet (www.easyjet.com) does. I think they only let you book a year or less in advance though. Not sure if this is for a honeymoon or what.

Post # 4
1115 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

I don’t know but YOU ARE SO LUCKY. Madrid is such an awesome city.

Post # 5
746 posts
Busy bee

@Straner:  Assuming you have a short amount of time, flying is definitely the easiest.  However, make sure that you check all of the hidden fees when it comes to the smaller inter-European airlines like EasyJet, RyanAir, VirginExpress, etc.  “Hidden fees” could be things like checked bag fees, weight restrictions for bags & subsequent overage fees, carry-on bag fees, pre-assigned seat fees, meals, etc.  Also, double check to make sure they fly into the airport that you would expect to fly into.  A lot of the discount carriers operate out of smaller hubs that are quite aways out from the city that you’re trying to fly from & to.  So additional ground transportation might end up being another factor to consider when weighing those options.  If you are able to figure out the true cost of everything ahead of time, you shouldn’t get hit with any surprises once you’re in Europe.

Post # 7
223 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

I was in venice about two years ago, and we stayed at a hotel on the main land and took the train (across the cosway) into the city. I bet that would be much more cost efficient.

The train station in Venice is very centrally located, and the stop by our hotel was actually around the back (I think we stayed in a best – western)

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