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From Munich to Venice: In addition to tolls, parking fees are also due


Highlights: The fastest route from Munich to Venice is via Innsbruck, Bolzano and Verona. The use of motorways in Austria and Italy costs money. On average, parking garages cost 28 euros per day in Venice. The city is completely car-free, but you can park your car in Maestre, on the mainland, for a fraction of the cost of the city's main parking garage. The same fees apply for the return journey, even if you only travel for ten days.

The Adriatic Sea beckons with many beautiful holiday destinations. One of them is Venice. But how much does it cost to travel by car from Munich?

With its beautiful canals and gondola rides, Venice attracts millions of tourists year after year. And not only do many roads lead to Rome, the city on the Adriatic Sea can also be reached via a variety of routes. For example, by plane, cruise ship or car. The latter is definitely an option from Munich. But how much does it cost to get to Venice?

Of course, as is so often the case, this depends on the route you take. One expense that you can't avoid – at least not without losing a lot of time – is the toll. As in many European countries, the use of motorways in Austria and Italy costs money.

By car to Venice: Up to 50 euros in tolls

The fastest route from Munich to Venice is via Innsbruck, Bolzano and Verona. After about six hours, the goal is reached. However, the wallet is also clearly emptied. According to the ADAC route planner, there are 47.90 euros in toll costs.

Venice and its canals are very popular with tourists. But you won't find cars here. © Frank Bienewald/Imago

This includes the 10-day vignette for Austria, which costs 9.90 euros. However, this does not include the journey through the Brenner Tunnel. How many passes and tunnels does this one cost extra. Eleven euros are due per trip. For the trip through Italy, where there is a risk of expensive mistakes, 27 euros will still be charged. If you drive on the expressways from Aicha, you only pay 11.10 euros and thus save a lot of money. According to Google Maps, the loss of time is only 15 minutes.

Cars not allowed: parking garages cost 28 euros a day

Only slightly slower than the route via Bolzano, but also cheaper is the route via Salzburg and Udine. Here, travelers pay 42.20 euros in tolls. In addition to the vignette for Austria, travellers have to pay for the Katschberg tunnel (13.50 euros) and the route-based toll in Italy (18.80 euros). However, a further increase in tolls is due in July, which will also affect the route along Lake Garda. The same fees apply for the return journey. Minus the vignette for Austria, you should only travel for ten days or less.

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However, you can't get all the way to Venice by car. The city is completely car-free. As soon as the Ponte della Libertá embankment is crossed, it says: Cars must stay outside. If you follow the left lane, you will find numerous parking garages directly at the Pazzale Roma bus station. The right-hand lane leads to the cheaper Tronchetto car park, as well as the car park for cruise ships. On average, the parking garages cost 28 euros per day, writes the price comparison site The car can be parked a little cheaper on the mainland in Maestre. From there you can reach Venice by bus or train in about 25 minutes.

Source: merkur

All tech articles on 2023-06-08

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