Has a human landed on the planet Venus's?
No human has landed on Venus, because it is to hot
Human beings have only ever landed on one planet - the Earth. Humans have walked on the surface of the moon, but the moon is not considered a planet. We have also sent un-manned probes onto the surfaces of mercury, venus and mars, and we have sent orbital space craft to the other planets of our solar system.
As of yet, no astronauts have landed on Venus. It is unlikely that any human will actually land on Venus, simply because the conditions on the surface of the planet are too extreme: Venus has an average temperature of 464C, a crushing surface pressure of 92 bars, has virtually no water, and it's atmosphere is mainly composed of carbon dioxide (and no oxygen). Probes that have been sent to Venus didn't even last more than…
To date, the only planet people have landed on has been Earth. Although the Moon has been visited by astronauts it doesn't qualify as a planet in current thinking. Probes have been sent to and landed on several planets, and there are plans for manned missions to other planets but there are yet significant obstacles to overcome.