cheap north face How to Travel From Rome To Venice

How to Travel From Rome To Venice

When your trip to Italy includes exploring the classic ruins and stunning architecture of Rome as well as the art and music of Venice, you’re getting the best of both Italian worlds. It’s not difficult to transfer between Rome and Venice. A number of high speed trains move back and forth between the cities, or you can drive and even fly. You’ll leave the traffic and big city congestion behind on the terra firma and arrive to narrow streets, mysterious neighborhoods and, of course, the Grand Canal when you land in Venice.

Trenitalia, the Italian rail network, offers the Frecciargento high speed trains that depart from Rome’s Termini station and arrive at the Santa Lucia station in Venice. Get a window seat so you can admire the sloping hillsides of wine country in Umbria and Tuscany as well as the mountain villages and hill towns you are sure to pass. You’ll also get a glimpse of larger cities such as Florence and Bologna on your way to Venice. Emerge from the train station in Venice and the Grand Canal is right in front of you. Hop on a vaporetto, or water bus, to get to your Venetian destination.

Venice is about 335 miles from Rome, and a drive will take you about six hours. The main benefit of driving is that you can stop and see a number of other cities and towns on the way. Get on the A90 highway out of Rome and catch the A1/E35 route, which takes you northeast toward the top of the boot. Stop in Orvieto to sample some of the locally grown white wine, and then head to Siena to admire Renaissance art. Past Florence, have lunch in Bologna, where the meaty Bolognese sauce originated. Once in Venice, either park in one of the lots on the mainland and take a train to the city, or park in Piazzale Roma, where there is a large public lot. Rental cars are also returned to Piazzale Roma.

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