Verona - Venice From AU$ 14
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From AU$ 14 AU$ 14
Verona -> Venice
Main stations in Verona and Venice
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.
Travel inspiration in Verona and Venice
Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet.
Located in Northern Italy, Verona will amaze you thanks to its glorious past, its heritage and its beautiful tiny cobbled streets that will lead you in the historic centre. No worries, you will find there everything you are looking for.
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!
Reviews & ratings Verona - Venice
"Venice to Florence"Trevor s.
Loved the Italy rail system. Book at least 90 days in advance and go first class. Seats comfortable and service very good. It's the only way tor travel in Italy
"From venice to verona"Janice c. 05/11/2013
The train was clean and was punctual.
"Venice to Paris by Train"Ian j. 01/11/2013
The trip was an overnight er from Venice to Paris. Whilst the train was delayed a couple of hours, it didn't cause us any problems as we were on holidays and where else were we going to go. The best nights sleep waking for breakfast and arriving at the Paris - Gare de Lyon refreshed and relaxed ready for another 8 days of exploring and experiencing the wonderful sights and places that Paris had to offer. My wife and I enjoyed the experience.
"TRAIN FROM VENICE TO ROME"Robert j. 29/10/2013
We had an excellent trip with no complications. Luggage storage on the train was no problem as our suitcases fitted between two adjacent seat backs. Seat bookings were OK. Train left and arrived on schedule. Train was fast, quiet and comfortable.
"Train from Florence to Venice"Peter s. 27/10/2013
Very good service ,arrived on time ,had a restaurant on the train.The only negative was not enough storage for larger suitcases.
"night train to Venice"Christopher p. 27/10/2013
Really enjoyable experience, depart Munich and awake in Venice. Bunk beds were comfortable, carriage warm and given that we were on a train relatively quiet. We had a good nights sleep, a continental breakfast and a stress free trip all the way to Venice. Thank you !!!!
"Travel from Venice to Milan"Sandra b. 25/10/2013
The train journey from Venice to Milan was a pleasant experience. The trip was comfortable. No problems with the booking.
"Milano to Venezia S.Lucia"Wendy b. 21/10/2013
We actually missed our original train due to the late arrival of our previous one, but I think that was a good thing as this particular train was extremely comfortable and not very crowded. We could actually put our luggage behind us, which was most welcome for a change! Excellent trip!
"Great tripOn Italy’sFastTrain"Rebeca Rita b. 18/10/2013
I travelled from Florence to Venice by train and it was an excellent trip. Compared with a plane trip, it is a lot more convenient. You only need to get to the station shortly before departure, you can carry as many bags as you want, there is a lot of space for your legs and no risk of vascular issues with altitude. Normally train stations are closer to the turist areas than airports.Travelling by train in Italy is a win-win situation. We would recommend it to anyone. I wish we had trains like this in Australia. From Carlos and Rita, Melbourne.
"Best way to travel"Christine b. 16/10/2013
We travelled from Rome to Venice. It is the best way to travel, no hanging around like you do at airports or having to check in and cue for passport and boarding passes and no sitting around for hours as you do waiting for a flight. You can get there twenty minutes before and thats it , and they take you straight into the main citys, The train it self was very comfortable, we travelled business class (did not cost much more) and would certainly do it again
"Fast and comfortable"Ren z. 08/10/2013
We have very pleasant experience with our recent train trips in Italy; we have traveled between Venice - Florence, Florence-Bolongna, Bolongna-Rome on the high speed trains. The cabin has been very modern, clean with comfortable and large seats, and the foods from the on-board kitchen were reasonable priced. The staff including conductors were friendly, although some of them only speak limited English (but hey, this is in Italy). The train system in Italy is more friendly for passengers than in France, you are allowed to get on the train without showing tickets, which are randomly inspected by the onboard conductors. Fast, comfortable, reliable, and in-expensive way of travel in Italy!
"Milan to Venice"Michael a. 07/10/2013
Our experience on the train was very good ,the service was punctual
"Terrible"Timothy o. 07/10/2013
My train from Paris arrived 20 minutes late and so I had to purchase a new ticket to Venice. Not happy.
"Fine"Timothy o. 07/10/2013
Great train, very comfortable. Except it arrived at Milan 20 minutes late and I missed my connecting train to Venice. I had to buy a new ticket on the next train, meaning I paid for the Milan to Venice leg of my journey twice.
"Venice Mestre to VIllach HBG"Laraine u. 05/10/2013
Some confusion regarding trip from Venice Mestre to Lubjljana. We thought we were travelling by train from Venice Mestre to Villach HBV and then by bus to Ljubljana but it turned out to be bus to Villach and then train to Ljubljana. We only picked up the difference because we mentioned to the Porter that we would probably need him to move our luggage back to the train platform for the train trip to Villach. He realised we needed to catch a bus, otherwise we would have been waiting on the station for a train that would never come and missed our connection to VIllach. The Rail Europe ticket purchased in Australia had a train number printed on it so that may need adjustment. Other than that, the trip was fantastic.