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We offer more than 14 tickets to go to Venice, from 5 cities.
To get to Venice you can take the train, the bus.
Indeed, there are 6 trains, 8 buses arriving in Venice every day.
Each of these types of transport has its own advantages. That's why Kombo helps you choose. From the fastest to the cheapest, from the most ecological to the most comfortable, there is something for everyone.
The train is a fast and comfortable means of transportation that will save you precious hours to get to Venice. Indeed, in addition to offering you the possibility to stretch your legs and walk through the cars, some trains can reach 300 km/h and the railway stations, often located in the heart of the city, are therefore easy to find and very accessible.
In addition, travelling by train, you will be able to discover the picturesque landscapes of the regions you pass through to get to Venice.
Finally, if you care about our beautiful planet, you should know that today's trains, whether they are fast or slower, are the most environmentally friendly means of transportation.
The bus, like carpooling, often has the advantage of being the cheapest way to travel. In addition to that, even if the trips for Venice can be longer or of the same duration as by car, today's buses are equipped with comfortable seats and often benefit from a free wifi connection. This will allow you to do your favorite activities without worrying and thus, not to see the time passing. On the other hand if you like to chat and meet people, carpooling with blablacar will be the perfect option.
Which cities are connected to Venice?
There are also direct bus tickets from 2 different cities to Venice.
Kombo has developed a technology that combines all means of transportation. Thus, Venice is accessible from 5 cities.
City of departure by train
City of departure by bus
City of departure by plane
How to pay less for your transport ticket to Venice
For the train, we advise you to make your journey to Venice at staggered times. Therefore, leaving in the middle of the day during the week, or on the contrary very early in the morning or late in the evening is ideal to have access to lower prices. At weekends, as with air travel, train tickets are more expensive, especially on Friday and Sunday evenings. Finally, anticipating weekends and holidays will save you a few euros, in fact, the earlier you take your tickets, the less you will pay.
To pay less, you can also favour low-cost airlines such as OuiGo in France or even take out special subscriptions.
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For buses, even if they generally offer cheaper prices than trains and planes, the prices of buses or carpooling for Venice, vary over time. Indeed, the more crowded it gets, the higher the ticket prices for Venice. So the earlier you buy your tickets, the cheaper you'll be.
Find our page with the secrets to find your cheap bus tickets.
Which company to go to Venice ?
Venice is served by the following railway companies :
Trenitalia, the Italian public train company
No less than 12 bus companies can take you to Venice :
After finding a cheap ticket on Kombo, we recommend you to book it directly on our website.
As Kombo compares the prices of all buses, trains and planes, you will have the best choice and the best price on your ticket for Venice. Be careful, buses, trains and even planes can be quickly full during the weekend and holidays.
And if you don't want to leave after buying a ticket, we've got you covered with a guide to how to cancel your bus and train tickets easily.
Where do the trains arrive at Venice?
When you arrive in the city of Venice the trains stop at 2 different train stations.
In general trains stop at Venezia S. Lucia or Venezia Porto Marghera stations.
Venezia S. Lucia
Venezia Porto Marghera
Where does the bus arrive in Venice?
In Venice buses stop at 4 bus stations.
The most frequent are Stazione ferroviaria di Mestre and Tronchetto.