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The total driving distance from Milan, Italy to Venice, Italy is 167 miles or 269 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Milan, Italy. It ends in Venice, Italy.
If you are planning a road trip, you might also want to calculate the total driving time from Milan, Italy to Venice, Italy so you can see when you'll arrive at your destination.
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If you're meeting a friend, you might be interested in finding the city that is halfway between Milan, Italy and Venice, Italy.
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If you plan to drive from Milan to Venice, you would need to leave your car at one of the parking lots before venturing into the car-less city of Venice. There are many parking garages but here are 3 in Venice to help you in your research:
Garage San Marco at Piazzale Roma - This 24/7, year round parking garage has 900 parking spaces and you can pre-book before leaving for Italy. They take all major credit cards and PayPal too. Learn more at garagesanmarco.it
Venezia Tronchetto Parking – It has 3,957 parking spaces, 33 for disabled, and 60 for motorcycles. And if you reserve the VIP spaces, your car will be parked in an enclosed area close to the pedestrian exit and to the water taxis. Find out more at VeniceParking.it.
Venice Park Service is located in Tessera Venezia, 10 minutes from Piazzale Roma, 10 minutes from Port of Venice and 3 minutes from Marco Polo Airport. It offers parking services for cars, motorcycles, motorhomes and boats. Free shuttle services are available for customers to Venice historic center, Marco Polo Airport, Port of Venice and Piazzale Roma. Learn more at VeniceParkingService.it.
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