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Venice Day Trip--Leave on 7:30 pm or midnight train back to Bologna?

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We will be spending 2 weeks in Italy (our 4th visit) in early June. For the first week, we will be based in Bologna (apartment rental). We would like to go to Venice on a day trip (we've been there before but my son hasn't) and will be traveling by train. We have a choice of returning to Bologna on either the 7:30 p.m. train or the 12:30 a.m. train. I would prefer the later train so that we can enjoy a nice dinner somewhere, but my husband is worried that we will end up having to wait around the train station for a few hours because nothing will be open that late.
Looking for opinions from anyone who might be able to help us decide.

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