Train Travel

Trains on the main routes from Venice stop almost hourly in Verona, Vicenza, and Padua.

To the west of Venice, the main line running across the north of Italy stops at Padua (30 minutes from Venice), Vicenza (1 hour), and Verona (1½ hours); to the east is Trieste (2 hours).

Be sure to take express trains whenever possible—a local "milk run" that stops in every village along the way can take considerably longer. The fastest trains are the Eurostars, but reservations are obligatory and fares are much higher than on regular express trains.

Train Information

Trenitalia. 892021; www.trenitalia.com.

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