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3 h 26 m
4 h 31 m
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Of the 70 trains that leave Venice for Rome every day 55 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.
|Distance||244 miles (394 km)|
|Average train duration||6 h 1 min|
|Average train ticket price||£37 (€41)|
|Train frequency||15 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 15 direct trains a day|
|Train providers||Frecciarossa, Regionale Veloce, Frecciargento, Trenitalia, Intercity Notte, Italo, Regionale or Intercity|
Trains from Venice to Rome cover the 244 miles (394 km) long route taking on average 6 h 1 min with our travel partners like Frecciarossa, Regionale Veloce, Frecciargento, Trenitalia, Intercity Notte, Italo, Regionale or Intercity. Normally, there are 15 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this route costs around £37, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £31. Travellers depart most frequently from Venezia Mestre and arrive in Roma Termini.
For as little as £31 you can travel by train from Venice to Rome with Frecciarossa, Trenitalia and Italo. Omio will show you the best deals, timetables and tickets available for this journey.
Trenitalia is Italy’s national railway company providing services across the whole country, giving you ample opportunity to discover the beauty and culture of Italy. Trenitalia’s fleet of trains include its high-speed trains Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca as well as intercity, regional and sleeper trains. Toilets and WiFi access are standard services on long-distance routes, and, in most cases, there is barrier-free access on Trenitalia trains.
Taking a train with Trenitalia is a great way to travel from Venice to Rome, and Omio can show you the best times and tickets available for the 244 miles (394 km) long train journey. Trenitalia offers different fares for the Venice to Rome journey with ticket options like Base, Economy, Super Economy and Ordinaria. You can even apply Trenitalia discount cards on Omio at the time of purchasing tickets. Simply check the current Trenitalia train timetable, compare the cheapest, fastest, or earliest routes from Venice to Rome, and buy your cheap Trenitalia train ticket on Omio easily and securely today.
Looking for a smooth and easy way to travel from Venice to Rome? Book your Trenitalia Frecciarossa train from Venice to Rome with Omio today! Trenitalia is Italy’s national train company that offers a wide variety of connections throughout the country, including the Venice to Rome route. Omio shows you current Frecciarossa timetables and tickets to cover the 244 miles (394 km) distance. You can choose from fares like Super Economy, Economy, and Base for the best deals on this route. Trenitalia discount cards can also be applied when purchasing your Frecciarossa ticket on Omio.
All Frecciarossa classes provide free WiFi access, power outlets, air conditioning, toilets, luggage storage, onboard entertainment, and restaurant and bar services to passengers. Frecciarossa covers long distances and connects major cities in Italy in just a few hours thanks to its high speed. These trains are renowned for their comfort, speed and reduced environmental impact and can reach speeds up to 186 mph (300 kmh). Frecciarossa offers all travellers ultimate comfort, flexibility and convenience, and you can book Frecciarossa tickets with us in a few steps!
Venice to Rome train information with Frecciarossa:
Italo is a brand of high-speed trains operated by the Italian train company Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV). Its fleet of trains includes the Italo AGV 575, the premier high-speed service reaching speeds up to 186 mph (300 km/h), and the Italo EVO, an eco-friendly train that can reach a maximum speed of 150 mph (250 km/h). Italo offers four different class options, but each train carriage is modernly equipped with a high level of comfort. You can choose between the Smart, Comfort, Prima and Club Executive classes. Standard services in all Italo trains include toilets, free WiFi, power outlets, reclining leather seats, footrests, snack machines and Italo Live (free onboard entertainment featuring a selection of movies, music and games). Italo offers three types of fares with different prices and flexibility: Low Cost, Economy, and Flex.
Train information from Venice to Rome with Italo:
You'll be glad to know that train travel between Venice and Rome is a popular route for many visitors and locals and there are a variety of trains operating this route every day. Trains start as early as 05:25 a.m. each morning and run numerous times every hour between then and the last night train. There are two train operating companies providing services for this route with a combination of high_speed trains, regional trains, intercity trains, and night trains. You'll have the choice of a couple of departure stations and arrival stations, though the more frequent trains travel between Venice Santa Lucia and Rome Termini, the main train stations for each city.
Travelling from Venice to Rome via train is popular with many visitors, as well as locals in the area. You'll find a variety of options available every day operated by two different train companies. The more frequent options are provided by Trenitalia and start around 05:25 a.m. each morning and run a couple of times an hour until the last train leaves around 11:20 p.m. each evening. There are about 34 Trenitalia trains travelling these routes every day. Italo is the other company that provides less frequent routes, though there are still at least eight Italo trains travelling these routes daily. The first Italo train is usually around 07:05 a.m. each morning and the last train departs around 05:05 p.m.
Travel time between these two destinations largely depends on which train service you use. The majority of the journeys travel between the same stations, so the speed of the train is important. If you're jumping on one of the Italo high_speed trains from Santa Lucia to Rome Termini, expect a travel time of around 4h. The Trenitalia high_speed train between the same stations will take around the same time. If you're jumping on one of the regional trains between these two with two changeovers en route, expect a travel time closer to 7h 15min. High_speed trains from Mestre to Termini tend to take closer to 3h 30min with no changeovers.
Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstock="View of the Tiber river and St. Peter Basilica in Rome.">
Departure train station: If you're taking a train from Rome to Venice, your departure station will be one of two local stations. The first, and most frequently used, is Venice Santa Lucia. The other option is Venice Mestre. Venice Mestre is a small station serving mainly as a through_station with minimal amenities. It's also located on the mainland rather than in Venice itself. Santa Lucia is the main station serving the city of Venice, located a short walk away from places like the Piazza San Marco and Ri
Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstocko Bridge. You'll v=find a variety of amenities at the station, including luggage storage, ATMs, an open_plan food court serving different cuisine, and a first_class lounge.
Arrival train station: Your trains from Venice to Rome will arrive at one of two stations in the city. The least frequent of the two is Rome Tiburtina, which is situated further northeast of Downtown Rome and is harder to get to using public transport. The second, more frequently used and more popular is Rome Termini. Termini is the primary train station serving the city, located a short distance away from the city centre. You'll find a variety of services and amenities available, including numerous restaurants and eateries, luggage storage, a minimarket around the corner, accessible restrooms, free WiFi, ATMs, and ticketing offices.
When travelling via train between these two destinations, there are only two train companies that could be operating your trip. The first is Italo. Italo is the least frequent option available for these routes but offers one of the fastest options. All Italo trains are direct trains between Venice Santa Lucia and Rome Termini. Trenitalia is the other option and the more frequent of the two. You'll find several services available including high_speed trains, Intercity trains, regional trains, and night trains operating these routes. Each has varying travel times.
Italo offers less frequent train services between these destinations but they are some of the fastest. All Italo trains are high_speed trains offering routes without changeovers along the way. You'll find at least eight routes daily.
Trenitalia is the primary train operator in Italy and is owned by the Italian government. They provide close to 34 daily train services between Venice and Rome that include high_speed trains that'll get you between the cities in under 4h without a changeover. You'll also find intercity trains with a couple of stops along the way, as well as night trains with a stopover in Bologna en route.
If you're travelling with Trenitalia between these destinations, you'll be able to choose between a first_class ticket and a second_class. You will still only be limited to one large piece of luggage for stowaway and additional hand luggage, but you'll get access to a larger, more comfortable seat with a folding table. You'll have charging points, free WiFi, and access to a food and beverage cart. If you want to take a bicycle with you, please call ahead and confirm a space if the bike is non_foldable, otherwise, you should be able to take the bike if it fits in the luggage compartment. Bear in mind that you can take two small pets with you but they'll need to be placed in a suitable carrier for the whole trip. If you need help with a disability, you can visit Sala Blu at one of the stations or contact the train company a day or two in advance and arrange the help you need.
There are two night trains available when ravelling along this route. Both trains are Trenitalia InterCityNotte trains which offer extra comfort for the trip. The first train departs from Santa Lucia around 11:05 p.m. and will arrive at Rome Termini around 06:35 a.m. the next morning. The last night train leaves Venice Mestre station around 11:17 p.m. and will arrive at Rome Termini around 06:35 a.m.
Taking a train between destinations is the most eco_friendly way to travel besides biking or walking. Of all of the transport_related carbon emissions globally, trains are only responsible for about 3%. You'll also find they emit less carbon than both cars and planes on any given trip, and their use of space is more efficient and they offer less noise pollution.
Make use of the Omio Magazine to pick up useful tips on travelling efficiently. You'll want to use the Omio platform to search to get all of the consolidated information given to you on a single page where you can filter according to price. Try searching with flexible dates in case there are different deals on different days, and avoid travelling over a weekend as these are usually the more expensive dates. Lastly, try to book your tickets as far in advance as you can. they usually go on sale a few months in advance and gradually get more expensive as you get closer to the departure date.
Abbaye d'Abbeville. Source: Shutterstock="View of the Colosseum in Rome at night.">
Rome currently stands as the capital city of Italy and is also one of the most ancient and finely kept cities in the country. The history of Rome dates back more than 2500 years, and it's been at the epicentre of political, cultural, and economical development throughout the ages. You'll find historical buildings, a plethora of activities, and endless shopping opportunities during your stay in Rome. Make sure you don't miss out on things like:
Some of the Venice train stations to Rome you can start your journey from include Venezia Mestre, Venezia Santa Lucia and Venice. Similarly, some of the arrival train stations in Rome include Roma Termini, Roma Tiburtina and Roma Ostiense.
When travelling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from Venezia Mestre and arriving in Roma Termini.
Passengers booking this journey most frequently board their trains from Venezia Mestre and need to travel around 5.6 miles (9.1 km) from the city centre to get to this train station.
Passengers arriving in Rome most often arrive at Roma Termini and need to travel around 1.6 miles (2.6 km) from this train station to the city centre.
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