It is a safe destination where people can stroll around the city without risks
It is a medium sized city: 221.000 residents, 93 sq/km surface, which means a short distance from one point to another. The city has an efficient public transport service
It is well connected under all points of view. Venice International Airport is only 40 km away, with a public bus service which allows an efficient and cheap transfer. It is a crossroad for high speed trains on the east-west route (Milano to Venice) and north-south route (Rome to Venice), with trains each half hour (two hours to Milan, three hours to Rome)
It is affordable to each pocket: hotel rates are reasonable, student dormitories may be available at the Congress time; a dinner at a restaurant may start from € 25, a pizza with beer from € 15
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Venice Marco Polo Airport (IATA: VCE, ICAO: LIPZ) is the international airport of Venice, Italy. It is located on the mainland near the village of Tessera, a Frazione of the comune of Venice located about 4.1 nautical miles (7.6 kilometres; 4.7 miles) east of Mestre (on the mainland) and around the same distance north of Venice proper. Due to the importance of Venice as a leisure destination, it features flights to many European metropolitan areas as well as some partly seasonal long-haul routes to the United States, Canada, South Korea and the Middle East. The airport handled 11,184,608 passengers in 2018, making it the fourth-busiest airport in Italy.
The airport is named after Marco Polo and serves as a base for Volotea, Ryanair, Wizz Air and EasyJet.
Another airport located in the Venice area, Treviso Airport, is sometimes unofficially labelled as Venice – Treviso and mostly serves low-cost airlines, mainly Ryanair and Wizz Air.