Showing times and prices for May 22
The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
The average ticket from Venice to Rome will cost around £ 73 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only £ 36.
|Avg. Train Duration:|
7 hours 19 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||£30|
|Trains depart from:||Venice|
|Trains arrive in:||Rome|
|Train Companies:||Intercity, Italo, Regionale Veloce, Intercity Notte, Frecciarossa|
The journey from Venice to Rome by train is simple, thanks to fast train services that regularly run between the two cities. Travellers wishing to catch trains from Venice to Rome can depart from one of Venice’s two major railway stations and reach Rome within 3.5 hours. Some services are direct, while others require a change along the way. Trains depart as early as 5.15 a.m. from Venezia Santa Lucia and run almost every hour up until the early evening. Overnight trains and evening trains can take much longer and may require a change with up to an hour of waiting time.
Trains from Venice to Rome take can take from 3 hour and 30 minutes with the high-speed train. Or up to 6 hours and 27 minutes on the regular train.
All train services are direct from Venice to Rome.
Fares stay fairly similar, however, it is worth booking in advance, as prices fluctuate the closer it gets to the date of departure.
The first direct train from Venice to Rome is at 5:37 a.m and the last direct train from Venice to Rome leaves at 19:25 p.m.
Where do trains depart from? Trains from Venice to Rome with Trenitalia depart from Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia, the only main railway station on the Venetian peninsula. On the Venetian mainland, Trenitalia also serves Stazione di Venezia-Mestre, where all Italo trains depart from.
Where do trains arrive? Trains from Venice to Rome will arrive at Roma Termini, the main train station in Italy’s capital. Roma Termini station is well connected with the rest of the city with Metro Line B and A allowing travellers to reach their destination in a timely manner. There are also numerous city buses which depart from Roma Termini and there are taxis waiting outside.
The historic city of Venice benefits from two main railway stations, the Venezia Santa Lucia, which can be found in the historic centre of the city near the western end of the Grand Canal, and Venezia Mestre, which is situated on the mainland. Travellers can easily reach Venezia Santa Lucia from the historic centre of the city either on foot or by water taxi or water bus in just a few minutes. Venezia Mestre is connected to the historic centre by regular train services that take approximately 10 to 12 minutes journey time between the stations. Public buses also regularly run between the two locations.
The main railway station in Italy’s capital city is Roma Termini, where travellers can find regular trains running to and from Italy’s major cities. This huge station is located in the heart of Rome at Via Giovanni Giolitti and is the main hub for the Metro system and bus station, making transport connections particularly convenient. Travellers can also travel to and from the station by taxi as there is a licensed taxi stand outside the entrance. Most bus lines run until midnight, but visitors needing to travel during the night can catch a night bus to and from the station between the hours of 00:30 a.m. and 5:30.a.m.