Venice

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Overview

Beauty so Intense, you’ll get a heart sinking feeling

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Getting there You can get to Venice from Florence, Munich and Vienna. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 13:24 AU$ 122
From Rome 03:19 AU$ 70
From Milan 02:10 AU$ 58
From Florence 01:51 AU$ 69
From Munich 05:57 AU$ 60
From Vienna 07:23 AU$ 75
From Geneva 06:46 AU$ 64
From Salzburg 06:39 AU$ 44
From Naples 05:05 AU$ 154
From Verona 00:54 AU$ 35
From Innsbruck 04:17 AU$ 44
From Dijon 10:54 AU$ 122
From Bologna 01:11 AU$ 29
From Turin 04:18 AU$ 86
From Lausanne 06:10 AU$ 64
From Padua 00:14 AU$ 12
From Bari 07:27 AU$ 131
From Terontola 03:48 AU$ 58
From Brig 04:44
From Orvieto 04:33 AU$ 63
From Chiusi 04:08 AU$ 58
From Pescara 04:50 AU$ 93
From Rosenheim 05:25 AU$ 60
From Montreux 05:52 AU$ 64
From Salerno 05:59 AU$ 159
From Foggia 06:25 AU$ 115
From Bruck An Der Mur 05:31 AU$ 90
From Ancona 03:39 AU$ 76
From Orte 05:01 AU$ 70
From Leoben 05:16 AU$ 90
From Worgl 04:53 AU$ 44
From Klagenfurt 03:18 AU$ 40
From Ferrara 01:00 AU$ 21
From Pordenone 00:55 AU$ 17
From Cervignano 01:06 AU$ 20
From Monfalcone 01:11 AU$ 20
From Peschiera Del Garda 01:15 AU$ 35
From Latisana 00:51 AU$ 14
From Portogruaro Caorle 00:40 AU$ 12
From Treviso 00:17 AU$ 12
From Vicenza 00:32 AU$ 24
From Rovigo 00:35 AU$ 15
From Conegliano 00:36 AU$ 14
From Desenzano G Sirmi 01:21 AU$ 43
From Trieste 01:24 AU$ 23
From Villach 02:50 AU$ 40
From Rimini It 02:48 AU$ 58
From Pesaro 03:10 AU$ 66
From Novara 03:15 AU$ 67
From Arezzo 03:23 AU$ 52
From Prato 02:26 AU$ 40
From Gorizia 02:17 AU$ 29
From Udine 01:24 AU$ 26
From Casarsa 01:27 AU$ 21
From Brescia 01:35 AU$ 50
From Codroipo 01:35 AU$ 21
From Vercelli 03:29 AU$ 73


Getting around From Venice, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Padua 00:26 AU$ 23
To Treviso 00:36 AU$ 12
To Portogruaro Caorle 00:43 AU$ 12
To Vicenza 00:43 AU$ 24
To Rovigo 00:51 AU$ 15
To Latisana 00:56 AU$ 14
To Conegliano 00:59 AU$ 14
To Verona 01:10 AU$ 35
To Ferrara 01:11 AU$ 21
To Cervignano 01:18 AU$ 20
To Peschiera Del Garda 01:26 AU$ 35
To Pordenone 01:28 AU$ 17
To Desenzano G Sirmi 01:35 AU$ 43
To Casarsa 01:39 AU$ 21
To Bologna 01:39 AU$ 29
To Codroipo 01:48 AU$ 21
To Brescia 01:52 AU$ 50
To Udine 02:04 AU$ 26
To Florence 02:05 AU$ 69
To Prato 02:37 AU$ 40
To Rimini It 02:37 AU$ 58
To Milan 02:45 AU$ 58
To Gorizia 02:50 AU$ 29
To Pesaro 02:56 AU$ 66
To Villach 03:10 AU$ 40
To Monfalcone 03:17 AU$ 20
To Novara 03:26 AU$ 67
To Ancona 03:29 AU$ 76
To Arezzo 03:31 AU$ 52
To Terontola 03:32 AU$ 58
To Trieste 03:44 AU$ 23
To Vercelli 03:44 AU$ 73
To Chiusi 04:14 AU$ 58
To Domodossola 04:23 AU$ 79
To Turin 04:30 AU$ 86
To Pescara 04:40 AU$ 93
To Naples 05:10 AU$ 154
To Orte 05:14 AU$ 70
To Leoben 05:21 AU$ 90
To Lugano 05:31 AU$ 92
To Bruck An Der Mur 05:33 AU$ 90
To Rome 05:51 AU$ 78
To Sion 05:56 AU$ 64
To Salerno 05:59 AU$ 159
To Bellinzona 05:59 AU$ 101
To Foggia 06:19 AU$ 115
To Brig 06:26 AU$ 64
To Montreux 06:34 AU$ 105
To Ljubljana 06:51 AU$ 87
To Visp 07:06 AU$ 99
To Innsbruck 07:19 AU$ 44
To Geneva 07:28 AU$ 64
To Bari 07:35 AU$ 131
To Arth Goldau 07:48 AU$ 105
To Worgl 08:04 AU$ 44
To Lausanne 08:10 AU$ 64
To Kufstein 08:15 AU$ 55
To Salzburg 08:18 AU$ 75
To Lucerne 08:22 AU$ 105
To Rosenheim 08:38 AU$ 55
To Basel 09:09 AU$ 99
To Munich 09:18 AU$ 60
To Spiez 09:45 AU$ 99
To Olten 10:52 AU$ 99
To Dijon 11:03 AU$ 122
To Vienna 11:13 AU$ 60
To Paris 13:58 AU$ 122

While you're there

Venice is a unique experience for every traveller and certainly a must for lovers. Few people know that Venice is actually an island-city with a train bridge connecting it to mainland Italy. This romantic city actually has no roads at all! To move around there are 150 canals and over 400 bridges! Venice has also beautiful churches, squares and museums. The southern part of the Venice has a certain village feel. Perfect to wander around in the little alleys, get lost and finally reach the Santa Margherita square. Ideal place for its lively bars!


Have a look at the St Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace. But what makes the city of Venice so special are the labyrinth of medieval alleyways and canals. Wander around freely and get lost even, it is the best way to reach a small square here or discover another beautiful bridge there, all set in a romantic atmosphere. Wander in the Cannaregio area, which is more about atmosphere than major sights. In the Ghetto, one of Venice’s most evocative areas, have a rest in a cafe and watch the kids play outside.

Have a look at fascinating areas of Venice where time seems to have stood still. You can have a tourist guide of the area between Piazza San Marco and the Rialto Bridge, through a labyrinth of little canals, and sites of historic and artistic interest, passing by some special places: Teatro la Fenice, (The Phoenix), one of the most famous opera house in Europe; Scala del Bovolo, an unique spiral staircase with a plethora of arches; Rialto Bridge and its typical shops, one of the architectural icons of Venice.

In Venice, fish is a speciality. Try the delicious minced salmon and lightly seared tuna with finely chopped cucumber. Don’t miss the Baccalà Mantecato which is cooked in olive oil, garlic, and parsley and then creamed in a blender.

Have a look at the Venetian ateliers to discover how and where the most famous traditional products are created. You will discover Venice’s top handcraft tradition: velvets, marbleized paper, books and leather bindings, Carnival masks, gold and silver jewellery, and other wonders.


Venice Tourist Office
Railway station Santa Lucia. 30121, Venezia
Tel: +39 041 529 87 11

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Venice can be found.


Venice railway station(s)

Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station

Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station

Address: Fondamenta Santa Lucia, 54/b 30100 Venice

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 6am to 12am
Saturday and Sunday: 6am to 12am

Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains operated by Trenitalia, City Night Line
Services:
Tourist Information Point, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Waiting rooms, Lost and found, Toilets, Luggage storage, Currency exchange, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.

Learn more

Venezia Mestre

Address: Piazzale Pietro Favretti 30171 Venice

 



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Customer reviews

  • "Better than flying!"    
    Comfortable, fast and relaxing. No complaints at all.  
  • "Ok"    
    It was a good trip. Seats are a bit small. The seats should be arranged side by side, not opposite to each other.  
  • "Smooth Travelling"    
    No problems at all....would recommend RailEurope always.  
  • "Night train to Paris"    
    Hi, We recently travelled overnight by train from Venice to Paris. The booking process was horrendous and we ended up paying nearly $500AU for each person. I asked for a price for 4 people, accepted the price I was given and when I paid, only 1 ticket for 2 people came. I was then told it was that much again for another 2 people! The room on the train was clean and ready and we were given free drinks on arriving. At 2am we were woken by border patrol banging on the door for room check and search which we did not expect and was quite invasive. The breakfast was ok, but not great, and staff were all very pleasant.l  
  • "Trip from Rome to Venice"    
    The seats were comfortable and the journey pleasant and fast.  
  • "Journey"    
    Journey was alright - reasonably clean carriage and toilets. Service was alright.  
  • "Italian Journey"    
    Took train to Venice instead of flying so we could see more of the countryside. The trip was more relaxing and absorbing then flying although it was a little longer.  
  • "Quick and easy!"    
    We found the access to the trains easy from both our departure and destination. The 3.5 hours went quickly, and liked the ease of walking straight off the train with our luggage, instead of waiting for luggage when flying. The seats were comfortable, but was very close to the person in front of you. All up it was a great trip!  
  • "convenient and easy"    
    the train was so easy, with baggage racks, power points for phone charging and comfortable seats  
  • "Great Journey"    
    We enjoyed our journey from Bologna to Venice,the airconditioning on this train worked better than the Salerno Bologna train.  
  • "Relax and enjoy!"    
    There were 4 of us travelling together and we had seating with a table between us which was very convenient. There was food and drinks available to buy in the carriage behind us so that was very handy as being an early start we were all in need of something. The seats were comfortable and the passing countryside interesting. A great way to travel and we would certainly do it again!  
  • "Good service, pushy passengers"    
    Getting on the coach was difficult with suit cases due to pushy passengers only thinking of themselves. But train and staff were excellent  
  • "Good service"    
    Nice trip, we liked it better than hiring a car. staff very friendly  
  • "Italian Travel"    
    We loved traveling on the fast trains between Venice, Verona, Florence and Rome. Very roomy!.  
  • "leisure travel"    
    comfortable seats, well set out with tables between seats to allow laptop/tablet usage et. Enjoyable trip with ability to view sights as you pass. Great value  
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