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Verona Airport to Venice

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Greetings to the best travel advisory service out there.

Traveling in May with a family of four (including adult children) from NY to Venice and then Rome. We are looking to fly premium economy. After many hours of lost productivity searching, it appears (at least today) that I could get premium economy into Verona but not into Venice, even though both flights share the same first flight leg (the long one, which matters more). Verona looks to be about 1-1/4 hours from Venice by car.

Does anyone have a sense of how difficult it would be to get from Verona to a hotel in Venice (not sure which one yet)? It looks like I could hire a driver for about $200, which I would probably do unless the logistics don't make sense. Is there a train that would work as well?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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