There are high speed trains that connect Rome, Florence and Venice. Each trip takes about 4 hours. They are comfortable and easy to navigate. Trenitalia.com27 Check out the Hop On Hop Off Bus (Rome and Florence) and Hop On Hop... (More)
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By train it is more than five hours from Venice to Cinque Terre, with at least one change of trains in Bologna. Rome2rio.com7 Definately an overnight trip.
Try Trainline.com14 There is no easy way , but here is a sample:
6h 32m 2 changes
Cost : $32.69
09:05 Ancona 1h 57m RV 4153
11:02 Foligno 6m transfer time
11:08 Foligno 2h 43m RV... (More)
Trapani Imbarco Aliscafo Liberty Lines to Porto Empedocle Bus Station
2h 40m US$10 - US$16 Use Rome2rio.com15
It depends on what kind of train you are going to take. If a sleeper or high speed train where a compartment or seat reservation is required then, yes absolutely as the sleepers sell out well in advance and the... (More)
August is the top of High Season in Italy, so it is good you have booked things in advance. More than likely you will have breakfast with your hotel so a mid day meal and dinner is what you need... (More)
Rome is centrally located in Italy and has the best rail connections. From Rome it is a 4 hour high speed train ride to Venice each way. That's a lot of travel for a day visit. I would suggest... (More)
A great hotel I have stayed at several times in the Hotel Olimpia in Venice. https://www.hotel-olimpia.com/20 It is within walking distance to the train station and they have a great breakfast buffet.
A transportation app and website I use all the time for questions like yours is Rome2rio.com25 You put the cities in you are traveling to and from and the date and it will give you transport options for auto, train,... (More)
Look at your ticket, it should tell you what platform the train from Florence arrives at in Milano and what platform the train to Zurich is departing from. You may have to change platforms, but generally 15 minutes should be... (More)
I just got home from two weeks in Sicily last night and I used the trains throughout my trip. The Italian authorities were spot checking documents to make sure people were vacinated and were wearing N95 type masks. The... (More)
It is always a good idea to book your rail and air tickets in advance, especially the airlines as the closer to the date of travel is much more expensive and may be sold out for the services you... (More)
A great day trip from Venice is Verona. It's about 1:15 hours from Venice and is the home of Romeo and Julliet. The city is very easy to walk and has so much history. The Collosseum there is fully functional... (More)
After multiple trips to FCO, I have learned to purchase my Leonardo Express tickets at the machines that are located in the Baggage Claim area. There is always a crowd at the platform and it can take some time... (More)
As Danielle says, Holy Week at the Vatican is very crowded and busy. I have taken the "Skip the Line Vatican Tour" twice. There are several types - Vatican Museum only or including St Peters. I went to Tripadvisor... (More)
You can go to the ItaliaRail site and put the cities of Rome and Venice in and the dates you intend to travel along with the number of people in your party. You can also go to the Trenitalia site... (More)