204 km
Departure station:
30100, Venice, Italy
Viale Stazione, 30171, Venice, Italy
Arrival station:
Piazza Santa Maria Novella, 50123 , Florence, Italy
Via Mannelli, 10-16, Firenze, Italy
Via Renato Fantoni, 50127, Firenze, Italy
Brand name
Train type
Travel time
Price from
Bullet train
2 hrs 15 min
Italo Treno
High-speed train
2 hrs 15 min
High-speed train
2 hrs 13 min

To enjoy the incomparable charm of Italy, consider hopping on a high-speed train from Venice to Florence. Several outstanding trains are operating on the route, including Frecciargento, Frecciarossa, and Italo. Regardless of the chosen type of train, using local rail service, you are welcome to take advantage of the modern onboard amenities and appreciate the superb Italian landscapes on your way to the final destination. On Rail Ninja, you can take a look at the detailed Venice to Florence train timetable and book your tickets according to your preferences and travel plans.


Is there a high-speed train from Venice to Florence?

Yes, it's possible to travel from one of the most romantic cities in the world, spectacular Venice, to awe-inspiring Florence by high-speed train. Your options include Frecciargento and InterCity-Express high-speed trains as well as Frecciarossa and Italo Treno bullet trains.

Is a train ride from Venice to Florence scenic?

Italy is breathtaking, and exploring its wonders onboard a comfortable train is among the best ways to enjoy what it has to offer in terms of beautiful views. The Venice - Florence railway is surely a spectacular way to travel as it passes dozens of authentic Italian villages, scenic dales, seemingly endless vineyards, and goes through the charming city of Padua, the oldest city in northern Italy!

Timetable & Train information

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Shortest travel time:
2 hrs 13 min
Longest travel time:
2 hrs 15 min
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Venice to Florence Train Review & Rating

Really clean and comfortable trains, central arrival and departure locations are indeed a perk

Dorothy S. traveling from Venice to Florence