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What train companies operate the route from Milan to Venice?

The train route between the two cities is operated by Trenitalia on the following services: Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca, Frecciargento, Regional and Intercity Notte.

What is the schedule for the train route from Milan to Venice?

The first departure is at 6:05am, with the final train leaving Milan at 10:50pm. Multiple services connect the two cities with trains departing on a regular basis for Venice.

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Milan to Venice?

The departure stations in Milan are either Milano Centrale or Milano Rogoredo. The arrival stations in Venice are Venice Mestre or Venice Santa Lucia.

What distance is the train route from Milan to Venice?

The Venetian capital is 168 miles from Milan.

How long does it take to travel from Milan to Venice by train?

The trip can last from between 2h30 and 3h if you opt to travel on the direct, high speed service. Regional services offer travel times of up to 7h with a higher number of stops along the way contributing to a longer journey time.

What are the stops on the train route from Milan to Venice?

When traveling by train from Milan to Venice, there is the option to either travel directly with the high speed service, or with the slower regional train service. When traveling on the regional service, stops along the way can include Padua, Bologna and Parma.

Why should you travel by train from Milan to Venice?

Traveling to the City of Water by train from Milan is a travel option which allows you to reach the center of the city without the need for an extra commute to and from the airport in either city. There's no need to wear yourself out by driving for hours (not to mention that it's impossible to drive in Venice!): instead, relax on board a comfortable train as you're transported straight to your destination, with the stunning scenery of the Italian countryside just outside your window.

What is there to see and do in Venice?

Venice needs no introduction: its romantic streets, numerous canals and stunning architectural delights are known around the world! Beautiful, romantic, charming, rich in culture and history...Venice is a destination which needs to be seen to be believed! Get lost wandering through the narrow streets in the center of the city; take a gondola ride for a truly Venetian experience; visit the Piazza San Marco, the Rialto Bridge, the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, and La Ca 'd'Oro (the Bridge of Sighs).