Train Venice → GenevaFrom AU$ 66
- Departure station : Venezia s lucia (Fondamenta Santa Lucia, 54/b 30100 Venice)
Venezia mestre (Piazzale Pietro Favretti 30171 Venice)
- Arrival station : Geneve cff (Place de Cornavin 7 1201 Geneva)
Main stations in Venice and Geneva
Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station
Address: Fondamenta Santa Lucia, 54/b 30100 VeniceOpening 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
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.
Geneva CFF Train Station
Address: Place de Cornavin 7 1201 GenevaOpening hours: Not available
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains, Intercités
Rail agents, Assistance for disabled person, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Venice and Geneva
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!
An all-in-one destination located at the heart of Europe, Geneva offers visitors a heady mix of unforgettable experiences set against a natural backdrop that is unrivalled worldwide. Here, it takes just one hour to travel from the banks of the largest lake in Western Europe to the foot of Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe! Geneva is also home to the European headquarters of the United Nations and to more than 200 international organizations.
Reviews & ratings Venice - Geneva
Chaos. Seat numbering was absurd and although we had consecutive seat numbers we were seated in separate rows in the same carriage. This seemed universal as people got on and got off there seemed to always be juggling of people not sure where they should be sitting and others with allocated seats. I booked a number of tickets with Rail Europe and on only one of them I had a window row - the rest I had a chunk of wall to look at during the journey. Also way overpriced as I booked online only to get an email a day later saying that fare was not available and they were holding tickets t the next fare - double the price. I had no choice because we had to get there.