Venezia Mestre railway station is located in the city of Mestre, in the municipality of Venice (no, the name of the station is not by pure coincidence).
With almost 500 trains and 85,000 passengers, this station is an important point for all rail traffic in northern Italy. Also, it is the station from which the four-lane train departs to the Venezia Santa Lucia railway station in the historic centre of Venice.
It is precisely for this reason that Venezia Mestre railway station is always packed with tourists, travellers, parents (and their children), dogs, cats, romantic travelling couples, students on end-of-year trips, etc.
You have to keep in mind that leaving the car in Mestre is a real low-cost option, compared to the prices you could find once you cross the Ponte della Libertà bridge to get to Venice itself.
With Parclick, not only can you give your wallet a break, but you can also guarantee a secure parking spot with just a few clicks. To give you an idea, you can book a parking space next to the Venezia Mestre railway station, such as the SABA Venezia Mestre Stazione, Delfino Autorimessa or the Garage Europa Venezia Mestre.
Below we will explain how to get to the station, and above all, how to get to the symbolic centre of Venice after having parked your car in Venice Mestre, but first, we think you should know that there are many other possibilities regarding our parking offer.
For example, you can book your place in a Park&Ride car park and arrive at Venezia Mestre railway station with a free shuttle. If you are interested, we advise you to book at the Alipark MarcoPolo.
You also have the option to park in Piazzale Roma, near the Venezia Santa Lucia railway station, in Venice itself, as this is the last area where you will be able to drive your car. Watch out! Naturally, parking here is much less affordable.
No matter what you have in mind (incuding the budget), Parclick will always have the best deals for you to park in Venice!
Getting to Mestre by car is very, very simple, as the city is connected by the A57 motorway.
To get to Venice Mestre Station, just take the Mestre exit and take the Via della Libertà (SR11) road. It's easy even if it's your first time here, as you won't have to worry about the ZTL (Limited Traffic Zone) in Venice having parked near the Mestre Station.
Once you have your car parked at Venezia Mestre railway station, you can use public transport to reach the historic centre of Venice.
From the station there are many trains that cross the Ponte della Libertà bridge in ten minutes and arrive at the Santa Lucia Venice Station.
Another alternative is to take a public bus from Venice, which runs from Venice Mestre to Piazzale Roma. Take a look at lines 2 and 6.
Obviously, if you are from Venice and are looking for a car park near the station for a train ride, you can always take advantage of our car park offer. We don't say no to anyone ;)
Venezia Mestre station is one of the most important stations in the Veneto region and northern Italy. From here there are absolutely all the direct trains to Venezia Santa Lucia railway station, not to mention the number of cities you can go to from here, especially in northern Italy.
Milan, Rome, Florence, Naples, Trieste, Udine and Trento. All these cities are directly connected to Venice Mestre by several high-speed trains.
However, the main connection that Venice Mestre Station has is the one with Venice Santa Lucia Station, in the historic centre of Venice, due to the number and frequency of trains, which take many passengers from one side of the lagoon to the other every day.
The Italian Railway Group (Gruppo Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane) is responsible for the management of the Venice Mestre Station, which has the GOLD category in terms of services offered to its passengers.
These services are:
Parking at Venice Mestre Station is certainly the cheapest alternative if you come by car to visit the city of Venice, and we know all about it at Parclick! I'm sure you've already taken a look at our map, so you know what we're talking about ;)