Shortest travel time:
3 h 54 m
Longest travel time:
10 h 52 m
Lowest train ticket cost:
$75
Avg. daily departures:
25
Earliest departure:
03:47
Latest departure:
17:35
Rome
Although Roma Termini is the main railway station in Rome, it's far from being the only one. Find out what are the major train stations in Italy's capital.
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Rome train stations
Termini
Piazza dei Cinquecento, 1, 00185, Rome, Italy
Tiburtina
00162 Rome, Italy, Rome, Italy
Ostiense
00154, Rome, Italy
394 km
Venice
Browse useful information about train stations in Venice and available amenities to be fully prepared for your unforgettable Italy trip!
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Venice train stations
Santa Lucia
30100, Venice, Italy
Mestre
Viale Stazione, 30171, Venice, Italy

Rome to Venice Train Information

Rome to Venice Train Route Overview

One of the most popular rail routes in entire Italy, the Rome - Venice train is a great solution for those planning to travel to these cities. Among the top advantages of taking a bullet train from Rome to Venice when compared to other modes of transportation are fast overall travel times, departure and arrival right in the city centers, as well as a large selection of daily departures, and great amenities onboard. You can learn more about the rail route and find answers to commonly asked questions about it below.
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How to get from Rome to Venice by train?

The Italian rail network is very developed, and taking a direct fast train from Rome to Venice is among the best choices when considering ways to travel between these towns. The high-speed Italo train, operated by Trenitalia, departs from the Termini Station in Rome and arrives at the Santa Lucia Station in Venice. Both have city-center locations and are easily accessible by public transport.

How long is the train from Rome to Venice?

As a rule, the train ride from Rome to Venice takes 3 hours 45 minutes. The quick train can run at a maximum speed of 190 miles per hour. Moreover, there are up to 8 daily departures of the Rome to Venice train, making it easier to plan your time and fit your schedule.

How far is Rome from Venice?

The Rome to Venice high-speed train covers the distance of about 395 km (245 miles) between these two Italian cities. Contrary to common belief, it is actually faster to take a train than an analogous plane connection as you won't need extra time for airport check-in procedures, security checks, and getting to/from the airports which are out of town. Plus, Italian trains generally run on time without any delays.

How much is a train ticket from Rome to Venice?

Depending on when you want to travel, which coach class you choose, as well as several other points (such as how much time in advance you're getting tickets, availability, the day of the week, and etc), prices differ. Generally, train tickets from Rome to Venice for fast modern bullet trains start from around 55 USD per person.

Rome to Venice Train Timetable

Train type
Fastest trip
Longest trip
Earliest
Latest
Departures
Morning trains
3 hrs 54 min
10 hrs 52 min
03:47
11:35
18
Afternoon trains
3 hrs 54 min
4 hrs 24 min
12:35
17:35
7

Trains on Rome - Venice Route

Brand name
Train type
Travel time
Price from
Departures
Rating
Trenitalia
Trenitalia
Intercity train
4 hrs 3 min
$131
2
Trenitalia
Trenitalia
Train with 2 changes
9 hrs 58 min
$75
3
High-speed train
3 hrs 54 min
$107
6
Bullet train
4 hrs 3 min
$120
9
Train with 1 change
5 hrs 22 min
$142
1
High-speed train
4 hrs 3 min
$120
2
Train with 1 change
5 hrs 13 min
$107
2
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9.1 / 10 based on 63 reviews

Rome to Venice Train Review & Rating

This was a very memorable experience. The train was fast, clean and comfortable.

Samuel Protner about traveling from Rome to Venice