Travel from rome to venice italy

Best way to travel from rome to venice


Its official name is Leonardo da Vinci International Airport but it is better known as Fiumicino. It is the largest and most important in Italy and is located southwest of the city, 34 kilometers from the historic center.

The duration of a flight from Rome to Venice is usually 01:05 hours on average, with an approximate distance of 404 km, for flights on the route (which may have 1 or more stops in other intermediate cities).

The average temperature in Rome is 33.63 degrees in summer, with rainfall around 12.0 mm, Venice reaches temperatures of 34.07 during the warm season, with 12.0 average rainfall. In winter, however, weather indicators show around -2.03 degrees in Venice, compared to -2.32 degrees recorded on average in Rome. During the winter period, Rome can record 9.0 mm of precipitation, while Venice has an average of 9.0 mm of precipitation.

Rome to Venice by plane

For the train connection from Rome to Venice, you will find train schedules and ticket prices via the booking links. Read the following route information. Saver fares and discounts (“Super Economy”) are available if you book in advance.Your travel route could look like this.

How to use the following information: we show you the best routes and where to buy tickets. On longer routes, you may need more than one ticket. Book your tickets step by step as explained. If you have questions about the Rome to Venice route, please ask in our forum. Of course, sometimes there are other possible travel routes.

Travel from Rome to Venice by direct high-speed train (Frecciargento, Frecciarossa or Italo). Travel time is four hours. The ticket price starts at 29 EUR. There are train connections at least every hour.

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Breakfast. Free day, if you wish you can book the Ancient Rome and Colosseum Excursion, where you will enjoy a complete tour of the main sights of ancient Rome and avoid the queues at the Colosseum and Palatine Hill. You will be able to admire the spectacular Arch of Constantine. Climbing the Palatine Hill, you will visit the legendary Via Sacra or “Sacred Way”.

Breakfast and at the indicated time train from Tiburtina station to Santa Lucia station in Venice with a duration of 2 hours. A combination of magic and reality will envelop you as soon as you step on St. Mark’s Square. Venice is the city of canals and bridges, and it is a city to walk around, stop to see the typical cafes, have a Spritz, visit the luxury stores and continue with its great food. Must-sees: the Grand Canal, the Jewish quarter, the Murano museum with its traditional glass, the Doge’s Palace symbol of Venetian power, the Basilica of St. Mary of Health, the Rialto Bridge, etc..

Distance from rome to venice by train

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