You should definitely visit Venice at least once in a lifetime, especially if there are so many affordable ways to get to the Serenissima from Rome. On the most fascinating lagoons on the Adriatic coast, Venice has always benefited from its location and grew as a maritime power, becoming then the romanticism capital and a Mecca for all architecture lovers. If you want to go from Rome to Venice you can choose from several means of transport. A train is probably the best value for money solution, even though flights and buses have competitive prices too.
Compare ﬂights, trains, buses and transfers to get from Rome to Venice
The most used means of transport for travelling from the Capital and the Italian Carnival city is a train. You can be at Venice Santa Lucia station in about 3 hours 40 minutes and start your trip in the lagoon city. Rome to Venice trains are generally direct; both Trenitalia and Italo operate on this route and the average price for a one-way ticket is 45€, even though deals starting from 39€ are also available.
Rome to Venice buses are generally very cheap, with prices starting from 17€; coaches leave from Rome Tiburtina bus terminal and arrive at Venice Tronchetto. A day-time journey from Rome to Venice by bus takes about 8 hours and you must change bus, while night coaches are direct and, although they take longer, they also let you sleep during the journey.