A romantic getaway in the city on the most renowned lagoon of Italy? Why not - especially if getting to Venice from Rome is so easy by train! In fact, everyday you can find 22 direct routes with departures between 06:50am and 10:35pm (considering both high speed and regional trains). How long is the train ride from Rome to Venice? The fastest way to get to the Serenissima is a high speed train - your destination is just 3 hours 45 minutes far from the capital of Italy and your journey costs 50€ on average! There are 4 Italo trains from Rome to Venice everyday, with the first one leaving at 08:15am and the last at 04:15pm; the average price with Italo is 60€, but if you book about one month in advance you can pay as low as 39.90€. Trenitalia Rome to Venice train schedule is a bit more consistent with 17 daily connections departing from 06:50 in the morning to 7:50pm at prices between 49.90€ and 84€. One last chance is to travel from Rome to Venice on a night Intercity train, leaving at 10:25pm and arriving at 06:00am - prices start from 19.90€ in this case. Need to travel this week? Your journey will cost you an average of 65€; if you want to save on your train tickets though, you can find good deals on Rome to Venice trains by booking about one month in advance. Whatever train you choose, you can decide whether to leave from Rome Termini station or Rome Tiburtina, while both Venice train stations (Mestre and Santa Lucia) are available for you to get off. Venice Santa Lucia is certainly closer to the city’s best attractions; still, it’s advisable to take a vaporetto (that is to say the ferry) to get to the centre.