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Venice -> Rome
Main stations in Venice and Rome
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.
Rome Termini Train Station
Address: Via Giovanni Giolitti, 4-6 185 RomeOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 1:30am
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 1:30am
Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Regional trains
Ticket machine, Disabled Facilities, Wheelchairs Accessible, Newsstand, Business lounge, Waiting room, Lost and found, Railway Police, Tourist Information Office, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, Currency Exchange, ATM and Public Phone cabins.
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Your travel by train from Venice to Rome
Trenitalia’s high speed Frecce (Arrow) trains take travellers between Venice and Rome in around four hours. The super-fast Italian domestic trains offer a comfortable way to travel across Italy with spacious carriages. There are two classes on board and First class passengers get a welcome drink served in seat. There is a buffet car too and on some services there is a restaurant serving three course meals.
Venice has two stations both serving Italian domestic trains and international connections, Venezia Mestre and Santa Lucia. Rome station is in the centre of the city at Piazza dei Cinquecento and is the capital’s main hub for buses, trains, trams and the city’s two metro lines. There’s an express train running frequently to the airport and with 600 trains using the station each day there are plenty of connections to some of the most popular destinations in Italy and abroad.
Point to point tickets are great for passengers travelling between the two cities but if the plan is to explore more of Italy, then travellers can jump on and off Trenitalia’s network of trains with a Eurail Italy Pass. Several regional and international rail passes are also available.
Visit Rome and discover other popular train journeys
The City of Light offers one of the richest cultural experiences in Europe. From the incredible architecture to the museums packed with art and history, the busy streets are buzzing with life. Main sights include the mesmerising Sistine Chapel, the Coliseum, the Vatican Museums and the impressive Pantheon. The Trevi Fountain is also a major tourist attraction.
Trenitalia’s network includes destinations on the Frecciargento (Silver Arrow) and Frecciabianca (White Arrow), which link hundreds of towns and cities across Italy. Popular journeys include Rome-Naples, Milan-Bologna, Milan-Turin and Florence-Rome.
Reviews & ratings Venice - Rome
"Excellent trip"Eileen c.
Very relaxing journey between Florence and Rome. The staff on the train were very helpful and polite and the train was on time at every point. Station facilities were excellent and booking the trip online was very straightforward.
"Rome to Venice"Thomas m. 21/11/2013
The train was right on time in both leaving Rome and arriving in Venice.
"Excellent Service"Tausif k. 18/11/2013
Me and my family travelled to on Train from paris to London and Rome to Venice. Bought the tickets on line from Pakistan, every thing was very convenient and excellent service.
"An experience"Tausif k. 13/11/2013
The staff was great. The linens were fresh. The supplies were convenient. My suggestion would include an updated train car. Toilets were smelly. Berth was well designed but had seen better days. We paid for a first class berth, but felt more like a very used hotel room. Air conditioning was nonexistent. It was a good way to travel from Pome to Paris while viewing some of the countryside, but just had to keep focused on that rather than the accommodations.
"A wonderful experience"Wilfredo s. 01/11/2013
my family travelled in comfort and style from Firenze to Roma in a business class, and I paid for the tickets from special offers months ago, and these are worth it !
"Train Journey"Md Tajuddin m. 26/10/2013
The train journey was smooth and comfortable and one of the best way to enjoy the views of the country side. This is my second trip within 5 months from Rome to Florence by train and would do this again if ever I will be visiting Florence again
"Relaxed "Aby t. 26/10/2013
We (myself and wife) traveled from Luzern to Rome and the trip was in two legs. First one was from Luzern to Milan and then from Milan to Rome. We chose the train as we were interested in the landscape of Switzerland and Italy on the way. It was a comfortable trip, nice and clean coaches, good seats and comfortable cabins with very less noise. Also the view was great - through the hillsides and valleys of Switzerland and the farms and houses of Italy. Overall - very good experience.
"Rail trip from Firenze to Roma"Roy Beng Leong c. 24/10/2013
Getting to the train station in Firenze was a breeze as we were well connected by the bus services driving by directly outside the train station. The trains arrived a little behind time but since we were on holiday, that wasn't much bother. The journey on the train over all was smooth and without drama. The ride was comfortable and the view was quite nice. I will recommend the trains for a short distance as such. Its really quite a pleasure riding these high speed trains.
"2nd class trip"Avishai t. 18/10/2013
I traveled to Pisa from Rome in a second class coach so you I had to share a cabin with other five passengers. . The train stops in every station on the line. If you can, take the fastest train and not this one. Considering the price I would said it was o.k though.
"Train Trip - Rome to Venice"Edwin w. 17/10/2013
The ride was very smooth, and the train personnel were very courteous. It was a great adventure!
"A relaxing journey"Helen p. 16/10/2013
I am very glad I chose to go from Lecce to Rome by train instead of flying. The train was on time, and I had a comfortable seat from which to see the view. There were some complimentary refreshments, as well as a reasonable range of food in the dining carriage, with good coffee. It was a very pleasant trip.
"Season Traveller"Thainai d. 14/10/2013
This was my first time traveling on raileurope and will certInly not be the last. I travelled from London to Paris to Milan and to my final destination Rome. The journey was as good as the vacation. Comfortable and convenient. You certainly travel in style. Thumbs up to a fantastic company.
"Nice way to travel"Susan k. 10/10/2013
we were travelling from Rome to Venice. The experience was very good, especially for non-Italian speakers like ourselves.
"train from romw to venice"Tal k. 10/10/2013
the overall trip was very good. The train was on time. The ride was comfortable. Great view on the way.
"Fast train from Venice to Rome"Mark c. 08/10/2013
Only way to travel between these 2 cities in my opinion.