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How do you get to Prosecco Italy?

Traveling to the Prosecco region in Italy, reminiscent of the areas where Bella Principessa Prosecco and Signorina Prosecco are produced, offers a journey through some of Italy’s most picturesque landscapes. To experience the beauty and the celebrated sparkling wines of this region, there are several convenient ways to reach it.

By Air

  • Treviso Airport (TSF): Located 31.6 km (about 19.6 miles) from Conegliano, Treviso Airport is a smaller airport, mainly served by Ryanair and Wizz Air, directly connecting to six countries, including the UK​​.
  • Venice Marco Polo Airport (VCE): This larger international airport, 52.5 km (approximately 32.6 miles) from Conegliano, offers direct flights from around 40 countries. It’s a prime choice for international travelers due to its broader range of airline services​​.

By Train

  • Train Stations: You can embark on your train journey to the Prosecco region from Venice Airport (Venezia Mestre), Venice Island (Venezia Santa Lucia), or Treviso (Treviso Centrale)​​.
  • Train Options: The region is accessible via various train services, including fast (Frecciargento), regional fast (Regionale Veloce), and regional slow (Regionale). Train stops for the Prosecco region include Venezia Santa Lucia, Venezia Mestre, Treviso Central, Spresiano, Susegana, and Conegliano.
  • Travel Time and Cost: The train journey can take between 33 minutes to 1 hour and 5 minutes, depending on the type of train. Costs range from €5.55 for regional services to €17 for the faster Frecciargento, with about three trains available per hour​​.

By Road

  • Car Rental: Hiring a car locally upon arrival by train is recommended for flexibility in exploring the region. However, car rental services are available at Venice Marco Polo Airport and Piazzale Roma on Venice Island if you prefer to drive from Venice. The journey to Conegliano takes about 60 minutes, depending on traffic​​.
  • Taxi or Private Transfer: Taxi from Venice to the Prosecco region can cost approximately €130 to €160. Alternatively, booking an airport transfer might offer a more cost-effective option​​.

Exploring the Prosecco Region

Once in the Prosecco region, visitors can immerse themselves in the culture of Italian winemaking, exploring the same terrains that give rise to fine sparkling wines like Bella Principessa Prosecco and Signorina Prosecco. The region offers many activities, from winery tours to cycling through the hills and enjoying local culinary delights.