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Paris train stations
Gare de Lyon
Place Louis-Armand, 75571, Paris, France
18 Rue de Dunkerque, 75010, Paris , France
Place du 11 Novembre 1918, Rue du 8 Mai 1945, 75010, Paris, France
17 Boulevard de Vaugirard, 75741, Paris, France
843 km
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Venice train stations
Santa Lucia
30100, Venice, Italy
Viale Stazione, 30171, Venice, Italy

Paris to Venice Train Information

If you’re planning to experience France and Italy at their best, overnight Thello train from Paris to Venice run by Trenitalia (Italian Railways) is your perfect opportunity to travel with full comfort. Departing from the Gare de Lyon station in Paris the train reaches the maximum speed of 111 miles per hour and carries you to Santa Lucia station in Venice in a little over 14 hours, covering the distance of 843 km (524 mi). Usually, there is 1 daily departure depending on the weekday, so check the detailed Paris to Venice train timetable and book your journey between the two of the most romantic cities of the world with Rail Ninja, curated route planning, expert advice & online booking platform for European trains.


Is there a direct train from Paris to Venice?

For travelers' convenience, Thello overnight trains provide a direct connection between Paris and Venice, allowing you to get some night rest on your way to the final destination.

How far is it from Paris to Venice by train?

The distance between these two European towns by train is 843 kilometers (524 miles).

Paris to Venice Train Timetable

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Afternoon trains
9 hrs 9 min
9 hrs 9 min

Trains on Paris - Venice Route

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Train with 1 change
9 hrs 9 min
9.2 / 10 based on 29 reviews

Paris to Venice Train Review & Rating

Loved the clean and air-conditioned carriages of the Thello train, the service and the overall experience

Martha Espinosa about traveling from Paris to Venice