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Rome to Venice Train Information

Trains arrive inVenice
Trains depart fromRome
Distance394 km

Quick Guide: Trains from Rome to Venice

Average Price: $57
Trains per day: ~30
Transfers: Direct
Average Time: 3:45
Fastest Route: 3:23
Slowest Route: 6:45


Trains from Rome to Venice: Journey Details

Trains in Italy are an effective way to travel between cities, with a number of companies offering both domestic and international routes. There are direct high-speed trains from Rome to Venice, operated by Trenitalia, seven days a week. Rome to Venice trains take approximately 3.5 hours to arrive in Venice with the first departure leaving Rome just before 7:00 a.m. For most of the day, there are 2 departures an hour, with more frequent trains during the morning and afternoon peak times. The last train is at around 8:00 p.m. Rome to Venice trains do run later and through the night, but take considerably longer.

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Rome to Venice Train Cost

Average prices for Trains from Rome to Venice when you book in advance

Booking Period

Average Price

Same Day

$92.30

1 Day in Advance

$93.17

1 Week in Advance

$60.20

2 Weeks in Advance

$50.31

1 Month in Advance

$46.12

3 Months in Advance

$36.97

Rome to Venice Trains: General Information


Travelers can find the cheapest Rome to Venice train tickets by planning ahead and booking tickets as far in advance as possible.


  • autobus All Rome to Venice trains are run by either Trenitalia or Italo.

  • autobus All Rome to Venice trains are direct, depart from either Rome's Tiburtina or Termini train stations and arrive at either Venice's Santa Lucia or Mestre train stations.

  • autobus Journey Time: The Rome to Venice train journey takes as little as 3 hours and 23 minutes to arrive in Venice.

  • autobus Most travelers book their Rome to Venice train tickets 1-2 months in advance of the travel date.





Based on GoEuro's travel data, as the table above clearly illustrates, ticket prices for Rome to Venice trains decrease the further they are booked in advance:

  • It is 35% cheaper to book a Rome to Venice train ticket 1 week in advanced as opposed to the day you intend to travel.
  • Rome to Venice train tickets are 50% cheaper when booked 1 month in advance compared to when they are purchased the day of.
Venice

Demographics

Local Time 07:19
Euro
Population 270,800
Region Veneto
Languages Italian

How expensive is Venice?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Venice costs 8.9% more than in Rome.

Shopping

Prices in Venice are on average 7.2% higher than in Rome.

Public Transport

Public transport in Venice costs around 6.7% less than in Rome.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Venice is about 38.1% more expensive than in Rome.

Taking the Train from Rome

Roma Termini Train Station is on Piazza di Cinquecento in central Rome, very close to the city's historic attractions. The station is served by Metro Line B and the Leonardo Express Train to Leonardo da Vinci airport. Buses operated by ATAC Azienda Tramvie serve the city and surrounding villages and towns. Rome has over 20-night bus routes and taxis are located outside Roma Termini Station.

Getting into Venice by Train

Venice is a romantic city built on a reclaimed lagoon and full of marble palaces lining the banks of canals. Leading out from St Mark's Square are narrow streets and alleys and picturesque bridges crossing the waterways. No visit to Venice is complete without taking a gondola ride and visiting the magnificent Basilica di San Marco. Venice's main station is the Santa Lucia, located to the west of the historic city and with good transport links by water buses and water taxis to both the airport and hotels. Venice Mestre Station is the stop before Santa Lucia and serves the mainland. Local buses and taxis are also available here.