European Transfer Guarantee Faster Travel Time from Marco Polo Airport to Selected Venice Hotels
October 27, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsOne of the major hurdles experienced by tourists in Venice is traveling from the Marco Polo Airport to their chosen hotel. This is practically because the airport is always crowded, and its difficult for visitors to find a taxi quickly. Tourists also tend to get lost on their way to the hotel because they don't know exactly where it is located.
In the effort to promote safe and happy vacations in Venice, European Transfer has launched its airport transfers in Venice which take passengers to partnered hotels, railway stations, local ports and city centres with the goal to help make it easier for tourists to get to their destination easily.
All Major hotels in Venice are serviced by European Transfer's airport transfers in Venice, including the Mestre Hotel, Mestre Venezia Hotel,Venice Hotel, and the Jesolo Hotel. All reservations may be booked online and tourists who have already planned to stay at one of these hotels can quickly secure their transfer service so that they have a pre-arranged car waiting for them when they arrive at the airport.
Customers may also book round-trip shuttle or airport transfers in Venice so that tourists are able to get back to Marco Polo Airport. This offers great convenience as tourists no longer have to wait for a taxi to arrive, as the transfer car is already present on their scheduled date.
Those traveling in large groups meanwhile can book a shuttle transfer in Venice that would take them to their chosen hotels and transfer them back to the airport during their last day of stay. With this option, they are not given the hassle of traveling in different vehicles-and they get to arrive in their specific destinations right on time.
European Transfer, a Interservices Srl company specializes in door-to-door transfer shuttles services from the major airports in northern Italy to ski resorts in the Aosta Valley and Piedmont, as well as transfers in Rome, Venice, Naples and Olbia.