Venezia Santa Lucia

Venezia Santa Lucia is the main railway station in Venice, offering direct access to the historic city center and its iconic canals. Read more about Venezia Santa Lucia station and find information on train travel in Italy.
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Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station Information

Located where a church once stood, the Venezia Santa Lucia station was opened in 1860 and received its predecessor's name. Being one of the two rail hubs in Venice, it is accessed by thousands of visitors every day and provides connections to the rest of the picture-perfect country, for instance, the cities of Trieste, Milan, and Verona. Venezia Santa Lucia train station is located in the historic city center of Venice, in a picturesque location on the waterfront of the Grand Canal. This prime position allows travelers to step directly from their train into the heart of Venice, surrounded by its iconic canals and historic architecture.

Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station Location

Venezia Santa Lucia is situated at the edge of Venice's historic center, right on the Grand Canal. This prime location allows travelers to step out of the station and immediately immerse themselves in the charm and beauty of Venice. The station is the terminus for many major train routes, providing seamless connections to cities like Rome, Milan, and Florence. Its proximity to key attractions such as St. Mark's Square, the Rialto Bridge, and the Doge's Palace makes it an ideal starting point for exploring the city. Additionally, the station is well-served by Vaporetto (water bus) lines, offering easy access to various parts of Venice and the surrounding islands.

Address: 30100 Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy​

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