Train Venice → RomeFrom AU$ 44
- Departure station : Venezia s lucia (Fondamenta Santa Lucia, 54/b 30100 Venice)
Venezia mestre (Piazzale Pietro Favretti 30171 Venice)
- Arrival station : Roma termini (Via Giovanni Giolitti, 4-6 185 Rome)
travellers in 2015
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| From AU$ 44 AU$ 59 |
Venice -> Rome
Main stations in Venice and Rome
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.
Rome Termini Train Station
Address: Via Giovanni Giolitti, 4-6 185 RomeOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 1:30am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains
Ticket machine, Disabled Facilities, Wheelchairs Accessible, Newsstand, Business lounge, Waiting room, Lost and found, Railway Police, Tourist Information Office, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, Currency Exchange, ATM and Public Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Venice and Rome
Travelling by train from Venice to Rome
The trains operated by Trenitalia are ideal to travel between Venice and Rome. The journey between the cities takes about 4 hours with the high speed Frecciarossa train. The high speed trains operated by Trenitalia have spacious carriages, two classes of service, a buffet car as well as a restaurant where travellers can taste a three course meal.
The two main train stations in Venice are Venezia Mestre and Santa Lucia. Both domestic and international trains call at the train stations in Venice. The train station in Rome is located in the city centre itself and is called Rome Termini railway station. It is found near the Piazza dei Cinquecento. Buses, metro lines and trams have connections with the Rome Termini train station. There is even a train running between Rome Termini and the airport.
Travelling from Venice to Rome is ideal with a point to point ticket, but if for more than 2 trips a Eurail Italy Pass is the best solution. The Eurail Italy Pass is in fact ideal to travel extensively in Italy by trains operated by Trenitalia.
Discover Rome and visit other cities by train
Rome is one of the most majestic cities of the world. Its rich and glorious past makes it an interesting place to discover. Visitors can discover incredible architecture, museums and many local landmarks. Right next to Rome is found the Vatican city, a well-known destination for people of Christian faith.
Other trains operated by Trenitalia are the Frecciargento (Silver Arrow) and the Frecciabianca (White Arrow). The trains link all major towns and cities in Italy. Some of most popular journeys are Rome to Naples, Milan to Bologna, Milan to Turin and Florence to Rome.
Reviews & ratings Venice - Rome
Comfortable, fast and relaxing. No complaints at all.
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
The seats were comfortable and the journey pleasant and fast.
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.
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!
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!
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
Excellent way to travel between Rome and Venice avoiding the wait at airports and the associated commute into and out of the respoective city. The trip itself was pleasant with the cabins clean of a high standard.
being from Australia , we are not used to train travel, having travelled from Rome to Milan , and Milan to Venice was excellent, we booked it on the internet and we dint have to convert it to tickets at the station, the trains are fast and clean and on time I will thoroughly recommend to friends
I'd certainly recommened Italo as an alternative to flying. I found the trip comfortable, quick and enjoyable. Access to the train was very straight forward in Venice, the onboard service was pleasant. I'd have no hesitation using Italo in future.
Not a lot of room for suitcases or luggage at your seat. One passenger was travelling with a Beagle dog - things are different in Europe! We somehow managed to leave our $600 camera on the train in our rush to get off with luggage for a month in Europe. Realised it was left within half hour of leaving, though water taxi driver wouldn't go back saying it would be gone. Went back to train station in Venice within 2 hours and went to Italiarail office, hoping it may have been placed in lost and found. Unfortunately no such thing exists in Italy - more like finders keepers. Man in office wasn't very helpful either. People beware of your belongings on the train. We've since heard stories of people taking your luggage from the train at different stops along the way.
Enjoyed sitting in open car than being in a compartment. Think next time we will go first class or get our own compartment.
Great ecperience, service was outstanding, will definately be using Frecciaross again!
When we arrived on the platform (11 people travelling together) we were greeted by ? Staff who went about helping us get our luggage on board and assisting us to our seats. They then demanded 5 euro per suitcase for the assistance, which was not asked for by any of us. We felt we needed to pay as they were very insistent on us paying. If they are not working for you then this practice needs to be stopped immediately as it is day light robbery. We had 4 capable strong men in our group more than able to lift suitcases, however as first time travellers by train in Europe we had no idea that we needed to be suspicious of this type of behaviour, especially as they were on board the train. Other passengers around were very angry also.