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Though infrequent, there are multiple modes of transport between the two cities, including bus, train and plane services. Airline providers, among them EasyJet, Air France, and Alitalia offer the fastest service between the two cities. Only one train a day departs from Paris, to arrive in Venice some thirteen and a half hours later. Eurolines and Flixbus coaches also travel from Paris to Venice; however, this mode of transport is fairly slow.
Taking the bus is the cheapest way to travel from Paris to Venice. Coaches traveling from Paris to Venice depart from either Paris' Porte Maillot, Gare Routière Galliéni, Porte d'Orléans, or Quai de Bercy bus station and take at least 17 hours to arrive at either Venice's Tronchetto or Mestre bus station. At least 8 coaches travel from Paris to Venice every day. All coaches travel from Paris to Venice overnight. Bus companies that travel from Paris to Venice include Flixbus, Baltour, and Eurolines.
Taking a flight is the fastest way to travel from Paris to Venice. Flights depart from either Paris' Charles de Gaulle or Orly airport and arrive at Venice's Marco Polo or Treviso airport after 1:35 h of flight time. Taking a flight from Paris to Venice is significantly faster than taking the train or bus even when traveling to and from Paris and Venice's airports is taken into consideration. Airlines that travel directly from Paris to Venice include EasyJet, Air France, RyanAir, and Alitalia.
Taking a flight is by far the most popular way to travel from Paris to Venice. Taking a flight, even when traveling to and from Paris and Venice's airports is considered, is at least 10 hours faster than traveling from Paris to Venice by train and at least 12 and a half hours faster than taking the bus. At least 7 flights travel directly from Paris to Venice every day, which are usually cheaper than buying a train ticket even last minute.