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Cheap train tickets from Florence to Venice

Showing times and prices for 17 Jun

Cheapest

The best way to find a cheap train ticket from Florence to Venice is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid travelling at rush hour.

Cheapest
Regionale
15:374h30
Florence Santa Maria Novella
20:07Venice Mestre
£211One-way
2 changes
2nd Cheapest
Regionale
15:374h43
Florence Santa Maria Novella
20:20Venice Santa Lucia
£221One-way
2 changes
2nd Cheapest
Regionale
06:135h07
Florence Rifredi
11:20Venice Santa Lucia
£221One-way
2 changes
2nd Cheapest
Regionale
04:324h48
Florence Santa Maria Novella
09:20Venice Santa Lucia
£221One-way
2 changes
2nd Cheapest
Regionale
17:176h03
Florence Rifredi
23:20Venice Santa Lucia
£221One-way
2 changes

Train timetableFlorence to Venice

Showing trains for tomorrow, Monday, 17 June
Regionale
04:324h48
Florence Santa Maria Novella
09:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Regionale
05:105h10
Florence Santa Maria Novella
10:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Regionale
06:135h07
Florence Rifredi
11:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Regionale
07:374h43
Florence Santa Maria Novella
12:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Trenitalia
08:095h11
Florence Santa Maria Novella
13:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Trenitalia
08:214h59
Florence Santa Maria Novella
13:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Regionale
09:095h11
Florence Santa Maria Novella
14:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Frecciarossa
11:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
13:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Regionale
11:384h42
Florence Santa Maria Novella
16:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Frecciarossa
12:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
14:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Frecciarossa
13:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
15:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Regionale
13:374h43
Florence Santa Maria Novella
18:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Italo
13:392h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
15:42Venice Mestre
0 changes
Italo
13:392h16
Florence Santa Maria Novella
15:55Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Frecciarossa
14:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
16:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Italo
14:392h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
16:42Venice Mestre
0 changes
Italo
14:392h16
Florence Santa Maria Novella
16:55Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Frecciarossa
15:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
17:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Regionale
15:374h43
Florence Santa Maria Novella
20:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Regionale
15:374h30
Florence Santa Maria Novella
20:07Venice Mestre
2 changes
Intercity
15:374h35
Florence Santa Maria Novella
20:12Venice Mestre
2 changes
Frecciarossa
16:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
18:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Regionale
16:374h43
Florence Santa Maria Novella
21:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Italo
16:392h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
18:42Venice Mestre
0 changes
Regionale
17:176h03
Florence Rifredi
23:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Frecciarossa
17:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
19:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Italo
17:392h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
19:42Venice Mestre
0 changes
Italo
17:392h16
Florence Santa Maria Novella
19:55Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Regionale
17:405h40
Florence Santa Maria Novella
23:20Venice Santa Lucia
2 changes
Frecciarossa
18:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
20:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Italo
18:392h01
Florence Santa Maria Novella
20:40Venice Mestre
0 changes
Frecciarossa
19:202h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
21:23Venice Mestre
0 changes
Italo
19:392h16
Florence Santa Maria Novella
21:55Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Italo
19:392h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
21:42Venice Mestre
0 changes
Frecciarossa
20:412h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
22:55Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes
Frecciarossa
21:202h14
Florence Santa Maria Novella
23:34Venice Santa Lucia
0 changes

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Train times from Florence to Venice

Showing times and prices for 17 Jun

Fastest Journey

2 h 1 m

Average

3 h 20 m

Trains per day

36

Distance

205 km

Of the 36 trains that leave Florence for Venice every day 21 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
Italo
18:392h01
Florence Santa Maria Novella
20:40Venice Mestre
£551One-way
0 changes
2nd Fastest
Frecciarossa
19:202h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
21:23Venice Mestre
£601One-way
0 changes
2nd Fastest
Italo
13:392h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
15:42Venice Mestre
£551One-way
0 changes
2nd Fastest
Italo
14:392h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
16:42Venice Mestre
£551One-way
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Italo
16:392h03
Florence Santa Maria Novella
18:42Venice Mestre
£551One-way
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I really enjoyed the journey from Florence to Venice because I had a wonderful view during the journey and it was very relaxing. The train left on time and arrived on time. It was equipped with everything I needed, such as wifi, power sockets and comfortable seats. The staff were also friendly. But my favourite thing was the value for money, which is just perfect. I can only recommend it.
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Wifi and power sockets are available on the train, my seat was defective and had an unpleasant odour. But it was very quiet on the train. The service was very helpful and friendly. The toilets were a little unclean. The train left on time and also arrived on time. The price was ok. I had a good journey overall.
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Unfortunately, there was no wifi on the train, but there were power sockets. The seats were comfortable and I had enough legroom. The staff were very nice and helpful. You could order small snacks and drinks. The hygiene was not so good because the toilets were very dirty. The price is definitely justified.
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The train journey from Florence to Venice was a very nice trip. One reason for this was that the windows were so large, which meant you could enjoy the view even more. The seats were also very comfortable, which made the journey more pleasant. Unfortunately, the train was very crowded and the toilets were dirty. However, the price-performance ratio was excellent
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My return journey from Florence to Venice was relaxing and very cosy, as the seats were very well maintained and comfortable. I thought the price was fair. The train also arrived in Venice on time and there were few changes, which made my journey much easier. A great deal of consideration was given to hygiene. The toilets were very clean and the noise level on the train was reasonable. However, I found that the reservation options were complicated and the wifi connection was unfortunately not efficient. This made it difficult for me to make phone calls or be entertained. The staff were a little unfriendly and seemed unmotivated. But all in all, a great trip, as the positive aspects outweigh the negative.
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I found my journey from Florence to Venice very relaxing as the seats were extremely comfortable and well maintained. The price was very fair, not too expensive or cheap. Hygiene was also taken into consideration, as the toilets were very clean. The staff were very friendly, polite and respectful. However, the train did not arrive in Venice on time and the volume was unfortunately not appropriate either. The reservation options were also complicated. Overall though, it was a pretty good trip.
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In my opinion, much better than in Germany! The train was on time and I didn't have to change trains, which made everything much more relaxed. My only criticism is the seats, which could be a bit more comfortable. The price-performance ratio is very fair!
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There were only positive points to note on the journey. The train was on time to the minute. What's more, the staff were absolutely helpful at all times. Other advantages were the hygiene and cleanliness, the comfort and the always fast and stable network. The temperature on the train was reasonable. I recommend buying your ticket online to avoid complications later on. Recommendation.

Overview: Train from Florence to Venice

distanceDistance126 miles
durationAverage train duration2 h 3 min
priceAverage train ticket price£37 (€42)
frequencyTrain frequency25 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there are 22 direct trains a day
carriersTrain providersFrecciarossa, Italo, Regionale, Intercity, Intercity Notte or Frecciargento

Trains from Florence to Venice cover the 126 miles long journey taking on average 2 h 3 min with our travel partners like Frecciarossa, Italo, Regionale, Intercity, Intercity Notte or Frecciargento. Normally, there are 25 trains operating per day, including direct services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this trip for as low as £18, but the average price of train tickets is £37. Travellers depart most frequently from Florence Santa Maria Novella and arrive in Venice Santa Lucia.

Train companies: Frecciarossa, Italo and Regionale trains Florence to Venice

Buy your official Frecciarossa, Italo and Regionale train tickets between Florence and Venice from £18 with Omio. Find train times and tickets for over 1000 travel companies to compare and book the most affordable route.

Intercity Notte is an Italian train service operated by Trenitalia. It runs overnight services between major cities in Italy, making it a great option for travelers looking to save time and money. The Intercity Notte offers two types of trains: the Frecciarossa Notte and the Frecciargento Notte. The Frecciarossa Notte is the fastest train, with speeds of up to 300 km/h, while the Frecciargento Notte is slightly slower but still offers a comfortable journey. Both trains offer a range of onboard facilities, including comfortable seating, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. Trenitalia offers a range of ticket types, including Standard, Comfort, and Business. Standard tickets are the most affordable, while Comfort and Business tickets offer additional benefits such as priority boarding and access to the lounge. The most popular routes for Intercity Notte are Rome to Milan, Rome to Venice, and Milan to Venice. These routes offer travelers the chance to explore some of Italy's most iconic cities in a convenient and comfortable way.

    Venice’s new Access Fee

    If you’re traveling to Venice by between April 25 and July 14, you might need to pay an additional €5 Access Fee. Find out more about traveling to Venice.

    Train Florence Venice

    Venice is approximately 127 miles (205 km) from the home of Renaissance art masterpieces, Florence. You will spend roughly 3h 18min on the rail enjoying the scenery between the two cities. There are direct trains from Florence to Venice. You can also take a train that makes a change. Some trains make one change while others make two. Roughly 315 trains leave for Venice from Florence weekly. The fastest train to Venice from Florence takes about two hours to cover the distance while the slowest takes roughly 6h 16min. The frequency of the trains and schedule may vary during weekends and public holidays.

    Florence to Venice Train Times: Daily Departures

    Typically, there are 45 daily trains from Florence to Venice. At least one train departs from Florence every hour. The first train Florence - Venice starts its journey at around 2:03 a.m.and takes roughly 3h 31 min on the route. It is a direct train and arrives in Venice at about 5:34 a.m. The last train departs Florence at about 11:18 p.m. The train makes a change at Florence Campo di Marte, which lasts for about 2h 40min and arrives in Venice at about 5:34 a.m. Passengers can access the train schedule Florence to Venice by searching for it on the Omio website.

    Boarding your train Florence Venice

    The terminal station Florence Santa Maria Novella Station is easy to navigate as all the platforms are at street level. The platform your train will depart from will be confirmed about 10 minutes before departure. An orange light beside your train on the screen means your train is about to depart. Red screens along the platform will show you where to wait for easy boarding to your coach. You should be at the station at least 30min before departure to allow time to collect any bags. Florence Rifredi Station has five platforms connected by a pedestrian underpass. Florence Campo di Marte Station has nine platforms, all covered by a station roof. You need a valid ticket to get through the gates to your train.

    Florence: Santa Maria del Fiore - Duomo.

    Florence: Santa Maria del Fiore - Duomo. Source: Shutterstock

    Where does the train departure in Florence and arrive in Venice?

    Trains from Florence to Venice can depart from about three stations. The main station is the Florence Santa Maria Novella Station. The station is roughly 3 miles (4.8 km) from Florence city centre. You will take about 15 minutes by car or roughly 20 minutes on foot to cover the distance. Your train can also depart from Florence Campo di Marte. It is the biggest station in south Florence. The station is roughly 1.8 miles (3 km) from downtown Florence, a 15-minute drive or about 30min by foot. Another option is departing from Florence Rifredi station. It is roughly 4.6 miles (7.4 km) from central Florence. A car will get you to the station in about 25 minutes, or you can walk for about 50 minutes.

    Upon arrival in Venice, your train may stop at two different stations. Venice Santa Lucia is the main station in Venice. It will take about ten minutes on foot or about eight minutes by car to Venice city centre from the station. Alternatively, your train may stop at Venice Mestre station. The station is a junction station in Venice. It is roughly 5.8 miles (9 km) from downtown Venice. A car covers the distance in about 15 min while taking the metro will get you to the city centre in about 20min.

    When is the best time to book your train ticket Florence Venice?

    You have a chance to save your Florence to Venice train cost when you book your ticket between 6:15 a.m. and 7:09 a.m.They are usually off-peak hours for most train providers on the route. Alternatively, you can book between 8:09 a.m. and 10:20 a.m. You may also consider some selected night trains as they offer cheap train tickets from Florence to Venice.

    What to see between Florence and Venice?

    You can be sure that your journey in train Florence - Venice will be adventurous. A few minutes after starting your journey, you will see the stretch of Giardino della Fortezza. Piazza Della Constituzione is also on your way to Venice. Your train to Venice from Florence will pass on a bridge giving you a spectacular view of Lago di Bilancino. You will also come across Triton's Park. Other sites that you may encounter on your train from Florence to Venice are:

    • Torrente Savena
    • Riserva Naturale Contrafforte Pliocenico
    • Parco di Monte Paderno
    • Giardini Margherita
    • Veneto Emilia-Romagna

    Information on Venice Santa Lucia

    Venice Santa Lucia is the main station in Venice and is right on the Grand Canal. The platforms and ticket windows are on the main floor of the station. The left luggage offices are on the main level near platform one. Passengers with a Gold or Platinum CARTAFRECCIA card or an Executive or AV Salottino ticket will enjoy the Sala Freccia Club. The Sala Blu is available for people with disabilities. A Vaporetto which is a water bus stop, is outside the station. Other useful facilities in the station include:

    • Shops and restaurants
    • Tourist information office
    • Toilets and accessible toilets
    • ATMs
    • Wi-Fi

    Information on Venice Mestre

    Venice Mestre is the second largest station in Venice. Outside the station is a major bus terminal, so it is easy to take a bus from the station to other destinations in Venice. The platforms in the station are accessed through a tunnel. Take advantage of the restaurants and shopping outlets open while at the station. Other facilities at the station include:

    • Toilets and accessible toilets
    • Transport information
    • ATMs
    • Luggage storage
    • Sala Blu

    Night trains Florence Venice

    Night trains from Florence to Venice account for about six daily departures. The first night train to Venice departs from Florence around 7:39 p.m. and covers the distance in roughly 2h 03min. It is a direct train to Venice from Florence. The last night train starts its journey at 11.18 p.m. and takes 6h 16min to the destination. The train makes a transfer at Florence Campo di Marte which lasts for about 2h 40min. Every hour there is at least one train from Florence to Venice at night.

    Frecciarossa trains Florence to Venice

    Frecciarossa trains provide about five trains from Florence to Venice daily, translating to about 35 trains every week. The first Frecciarossa train from Florence to Venice starts its journey at about 7:20 a.m. and takes roughly 2h 14min to cover the distance. The last train leaves Florence at about 9:20 p.m. and arrives in Venice at around 11:34 p.m. A Frecciarossa fast train from Florence to Venice travels at about 186 mph (300 km/h). All the Frecciarossa trains from Florence to Venice Santa Lucia are direct and take about 2h 14min on the route.

    Intercity trains Florence to Venice

    Intercity trains from Florence to Venice account for five daily departures, translating to about 35 trains weekly. Two of the daily departures are direct trains. The first Intercity train starts its journey at about 8:21 a.m. and takes about 3h 59min on the route. The train makes one change at Bologna Centrale, which lasts about 30min. The last Intercity train leaves for Venice at about 7:41 p.m. and arrives in Florence at around 11:20 p.m. The train makes a transfer at Bologna Centrale for about 30 min. The Intercity Florence to Venice train speed is about 186 mph (300 km/h).

    Intercity Notte trains Florence to Venice

    Roughly three Intercity Notte trains leave for Venice from Florence daily, translating to about 21 trains weekly. The first Intercity Notte train departs Florence Campo di Marte at around 2:03 a.m. and takes 3h 31min to cover the distance between the two cities. It is a direct train convenient for all passengers. The last Intercity Notte train starts its journey at about 11:18 p.m., arriving in Venice at 5:34 a.m. The train makes a change at Florence Campo di Marte, which takes about 2h 40min. The Intercity Notte trains travel up to 125 mph (200 km/h).

    Italo trains Florence to Venice

    Approximately 14 Italo trains depart from Florence to Venice daily, translating to about 98 trains every week. All the Italo trains from Florence to Venice are direct. The first Italo train starts its journey at about 7:39 a.m. and is on the rail for about two hours, getting to Venice at around 9:42 a.m. The last train leaves at 7:39 p.m. and covers the distance between the two cities in about 2h 16min. The Italo train from Florence to Venice speed is about 155 mph (250 km/h).

    Regionale trains Florence to Venice

    Regionale trains from Florence to Venice account for about 17 daily departures. The first departure is at around 4:32 a.m. The train takes roughly 4h 48min on the route and makes a change at Bologna Centrale. It is also one of the trains that offer the cheapest train fare from Florence to Venice. The last train starts its journey at about 6:32 p.m. The train has two transfers, the first being at Prato Centrale for about 13min. The second transfer is in Bologna Centrale for about 50min. All the Regionale trains make a change with several trains making two. Regionale trains travel at about 62 mph (100 km/h).

    Trains Florence to Venice: Sustainable Travel

    Taking a train from Florence to Venice is the most environmentally friendly mode of transit. As compared to travelling by car or plane, trains emit lower greenhouse gases. Trains emit up to five times fewer emissions than a car per passenger kilometre. They are also more fuel efficient than other transit means and have less noise pollution. Economically, taking a train is sustainable as the ticket fares are lower than flights or buses. Florence to Venice trains is committed to keeping the environment clean by providing a dustbin on board.

    Train Florence to Venice: Services on Board

    Frecciarossa trains offer four classes. Passengers in Business, Executive and Premium cabins enjoy the extra leg room and wide seats. Complimentary food and drinks are also provided to passengers. Italo trains have three classes; Prima and Club executive cabins offer extra leg room and priority boarding perks. Regional and Intercity trains offer only Standard cabins from Florence to Venice. The Standard cabins in all the trains have comfortable seats. All passengers can take advantage of the complimentary Wi-Fi and charge their devices on the power sockets near the window seats on all trains from Florence to Venice. Other onboard facilities are:

    • Baggage: Passengers can carry their luggage with no weight limit, provided you can carry it on all trains from Florence to Venice. However, you should store it properly to avoid blocking the train entryways and isles.
    • Pets: You can board your train with your pet on any train Florence - Venice. The pet has to be put in a pet carrier, and dogs should always be on a leash. Every passenger is limited to one pet on the train.
    • Bikes: You can bring your folded bike on your train from Florence to Venice at no extra charge. Non-foldable bikes must be disassembled and stored in travel cases.
    • Accessibility: Staff members on trains from Florence to Venice are available to offer special assistance when required. For a hassle-free journey, it would be best to contact your train provider in advance and communicate your needs.
    • Seat reservation: Seats are always available on trains to Venice from Florence. However, you should reserve your seat and get the chance to choose your preferred seat and cabin.

    When to book your train tickets from Florence to Venice?

    You can reduce your Florence to Venice ticket cost if you purchase it in advance. Sometimes there are sale tickets, and you can book your ticket months in advance. You can also get a better deal when you buy the ticket a week in advance. If you have a flexible schedule, consider the slower trains. You will spend more time on the road but save on ticket costs. Taking night trains is another money-saving method. Alternatively, purchase flexible tickets. The ticket allows you to change your travel date without adding Florence to Venice train cost.

    To Venice by train: Travel Tips

    Venice is famously known as the City of Canals or the floating city. It consists of 118 islands and 177 canals that separate the island and bridges that link them. Your to-do list will be full during your visit. You may start by taking a Gondola ride to navigate the canals in the city. Take a 360 panorama photo or go people-watching at St. Mark's Square, the heart of Venice. Take the elevator up the Campanile di San Marco bell tower and experience the city's best view. Watch the sunset or sunrise at the Ponte di Rialto bridge. The view of gondolas, ferries and vaporettos travelling up and down the Grand Canal from the bridge is mesmerising. You can also stroll across the Bridge of Sighs. Other places that you may visit while in Venice are:

    • St. Mark's Basilica
    • Gallerie dell'Accademia
    • Venice Lido
    • Doges Palace
    • San Giorgio Maggiore
    • Murano
    • Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta
    • Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute

    Venice: Basilica Santa Maria della Salute.

    Venice: Basilica Santa Maria della Salute. Source: Shutterstock

    What are the other cities you can go from Venice

    After alighting your train from Florence to Venice, your travels do not have to end there. There are several nearby cities worth visiting. Roughly 45 min away is the city of Padova. The historic city is full of piazzas and churches and is home to the oldest university in Italy. You can also see the city famous as the setting of the Romeo and Juliet love story. Verona is roughly 1hr 30min from Venice. Enjoy the traditional cuisine like tagliatelle al ragù and lasagne alla Bolognese in the city of Bologna. The city is less than two hours away from Venice, about 98 miles (154.2 km).

    FAQs: Florence to Venice train

    FAQs: Travel by train from Florence to Venice easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from Florence to Venice.
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    Cheap train tickets from Florence to Venice can start from as little as £19 when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for Florence to Venice is £37; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
    The average journey time by train from Florence to Venice is 2 h 3 min   to travel the 126 mile long journey, with around there are 25 trains per day. Journey times can vary on weekends and holidays.
    The first train from Florence to Venice leaves at 07: 47. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
    The last train from Florence to Venice leaves at 20: 20.
    Yes, there are 22 direct trains a day from Florence to Venice with Frecciarossa, Italo or Intercity. Schedules can vary on holidays or weekends with fewer direct trains.
    Yes, you can take a high-speed train from Florence to Venice with Frecciarossa, Italo or Frecciargento. Overall you can travel with the following companies: Frecciarossa, Italo, Regionale, Intercity, Intercity Notte or Frecciargento.
    When taking a train from Florence to Venice, you can count on Frecciarossa, Italo, Regionale, Intercity, Intercity Notte or Frecciargento for the best way to get you to Venice. You can also check all possible train companies who offer a service between Florence and Venice and compare the amenities they offer before buying a train ticket.
    Yes, you can take a night train from Florence to Venice with Intercity Notte. Find all the info regarding night trains in Europe.  

    When departing from Florence, you have various train station options to start your trip from including Florence Santa Maria Novella, Florence Campo di Marte and Florence Rifredi. When arriving in Venice, you can end your route in train stations like Venice Santa Lucia, Venice Mestre and Venice.

    Passengers board the train most frequently from Florence Santa Maria Novella, which is located around 1.2 miles (2 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Venice Santa Lucia, located 0 miles (0 m) away from the city centre.

    A trip to Venice from Florence is worth doing but not as a day trip with a journey time of 2 h 3 min each way. Check with Omio app   the best way to travel.
    The cheapest month for a train from Florence to Venice is January.
    It's helpful to compare your options as there are 2 ways to travel between Florence and Venice including taking a coach or train.

    Important Stations and Airports in Florence and Venice

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