Trains from Rome to Venice are a great way to travel north from the capital to the famous canal city when you are visiting Italy.

Rail services on this route run regularly throughout the day and night from Rome Termini train station to both Venice Santa Lucia and Mestre train stations. Trenitalia operates high-speed Frecciargento trains and slower InterCity trains on this route.

Trains from Rome to Venice depart up to twice an hour during the day. There is also an overnight train on this route, which runs once daily.

The journey time between these cities ranges from 3 hours and 40 minutes on Frecciargento trains to 6 hours and 3 minutes on InterCity trains. The overnight train takes 6 hours and 45 minutes.

If you book online well in advance, the cost of a one-way train ticket from Rome to Venice can be as low as 48 euros for second class and 66 euros for first class on InterCity trains, and 80 euros for second class and 109 euros for first class on Frecciargento trains. Fares are more expensive if you buy train tickets on or close to the day of travel. Overnight trains cost from 43.00 euros.