Venice to Rome Train

High-speed trains from Venice to Rome are one of the most comfortable travel options. Furthermore, this route boasts breathtaking views, which will astonish you from first sight. Check out the timetable, rail map, train classes, and book train tickets online!
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Venice to Rome Route Information

Make your way from the Floating City to the Eternal one and continue the unforgettable Italian adventure while comfortably seated on a train. The Venice - Rome route takes only four hours and ensures not only scenic views but comfortable seating and all the necessary amenities for a pleasant train travel experience. If you want to get even better acquainted with Italy train travel, don't miss the chance to read more about it on Rail Ninja.

​Venice is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Venice has always been a place where people from around the world come to explore, and this is because there are few places like it left on earth. Explore the canals on your gondola ride and indulge in some delicious pizza before falling asleep to the sound of water lapping against rocks — all while surrounded by Italian culture, delightful cuisine, and historic buildings. Enjoy the gems of Italy — Visit Venice today!

Venice to Rome Train Tickets and Schedule

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Venice to Rome Train Providers

Italo Train
Operator of high-speed trains is the Italian company NTV, Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori. Thanks to the modern equipment on board, the trains of the Italian Railway are very comfortable. Passengers are moved quickly by Italian AGVs 575 and EVO. These vehicles have a top speed of 250 km/h and 150 mph, respectively, at 186 mph and 300 km/h. The following classes are available: Smart, Comfort, Prima, and Club Executive. The Italo trains are equipped with free WiFi, power outlets, footrests, reclining leather seats, snack machines, and Italo Live (free entertainment with movies and games). Train fares in Italy are classified as Low Cost, Economy, and Flex.

Train Classes Onboard Venice to Rome Train

  • Economy Class Seat

    Due to their reclining seats, footrests, and individual power outlets, Italotreno cars are undoubtedly the most convenient choice when it comes to comfort. In addition, the cars also offer complimentary WiFi, seats for those with special needs are available, and food can be found in vending machines located in the Snack Area of the cars.

  • Business Class Seat

    There are three rows of seats on the Italotreno coach, and passengers can choose any seat from the three rows. Power outlets, individual tables, and free Wi-Fi are available as well. The train has leather reclining seats with plenty of space between them. The train is accessible to people with disabilities, who may be assisted with special needs. In addition, vending machines offer passengers snacks.

  • Premium Class Seat

    Italotreno coaches are equipped with refreshments and treats. Furthermore, reclining leather seats provide extra legroom, footrests, as well as a separate table. Additionally, power outlets and free Wi-Fi are available on all trains, and each seat is equipped with a reading light and a glove compartment.

Venice & Rome Train Station Information

30100, Venice, Italy

*the train also arrives at Venezia Mestre

Piazza dei Cinquecento, 1, 00185, Rome, Italy

*the train also leaves from Roma Ostiense & Roma Tiburtina

Venice to Rome Train Map

Rome to Venice railway route

Venice to Rome Train Map

Booking a train ticket from Venice to Rome will give you a memorable trip to the Italian capital. There are no stops along the way, and the journey takes about four hours.

​Tips to Buy Train Tickets

  • Book in Advance

    Prior to departure, train operators usually release cheap tickets. The majority of timetables are issued three months in advance, since individuals typically decide on their schedules 12 weeks in advance
  • Be Flexible

    Train tickets can be cheaper if you check different times and dates. If you are flexible with your dates and times, you might still find more discounted tickets

FAQ: Venice - Rome by Train

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