Getting to the Noventa Outlet from Venice:
The Castel Romano Designer Outlet is one that we regularly visit whenever we are in Rome, but on our latest visit to Venice, we took time to also check out McArthurGlen’s Noventa Di Piave Designer Outlet on the outskirt of Venice.
The Noventa Outlet is about a 45-minute drive from Venice, but getting to the outlet is really easy as McArthurGlen has a shuttle bus that takes shoppers to the outlet.
How to Get to the Noventa Outlet from Venice?
McArthurGlen’s shuttle bus picks up shoppers up from Piazzale Roma, the main Venice bus terminal, and on the way to the outlet, it also calls in at the Mestre train station to pick up passengers.
- The shuttle departs from Piazzale Roma to the Noventa outlet at 10:00 am and 3:00 pm every day
- The return trip from the Noventa outlet to Piazzale Roma is at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Where to Find the Shuttle?
There is no dedicated stand for the Noventa outlet shuttle at Piazzale Roma, but you’ll find the black McArthurGlen branded bus parked at the stand for the Marco Polo and Treviso airport shuttles. If you get to Piazzale Roma 10 to 15 minutes before the departure time, you’ll easily spot the black shuttle bus rolling into the bus terminal.
For the return trip to Venice, the shuttle picks up from the same spot where you are set down and takes you back to Piazzale Roma, from where it’s easy to hop on the vaporetto to wherever your hotel is or to catch the train at Santa Lucia Railway Station.
When we travelled to the Noventa outlet, the shuttle was free, but the normal cost is Euro 10, as indicated on their website.
What Was It Like at the Noventa Outlet?
If you’re familiar with Castel Romano, you will most certainly enjoy the Noventa outlet as it has more stores and brand names like Armani, Prada, Paul Smith, Blumarine, Valentino, Ferragamo, Bottega Veneta etc. can be found here. We spent three hours at the outlet, which really wasn’t enough time to thoroughly check out the shops, but the second shuttle back at 7:00 pm was a bit late for us. However, in that three hours we managed to buy some shoes and clothing from our favourite labels.
We enjoyed shopping at this outlet, especially when getting there and back to Venice was so easy.