|Departure||Train #||Arrival||Travel Time|
|Rome Termini11:50AM||Trenitalia 9422||Venice S. Lucia3:35PM||3hr 45min|
|Rome Termini12:50PM||Trenitalia 9426||Venice S. Lucia4:35PM||3hr 45min|
|Rome Termini1:50PM||Trenitalia 9430||Venice S. Lucia5:35PM||3hr 45min|
|Rome Termini2:50PM||Trenitalia 9434||Venice S. Lucia6:35PM||3hr 45min|
|Rome Termini3:40PM||Trenitalia 592||Venice Mestre9:18PM||5hr 38min|
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Le Frecce is a great way to be whisked to Rome, Florence, Venice, Milan, Bologna or Naples while enjoying the stunning scenery in stress-free comfort. Rail Europe offers the same Le Frecce train tickets and fares in North American as are sold in Italy, including access to a vast schedule selection. For your convenience, e-ticketing options are also available. For the best deal, book now for advance purchase discounts and enjoy the vineyards without the usual whine.
Rome Train Stations
The Rome Termini train station was named after the ancient Baths of Diocletian, which can be found across the street from the main entrance of the station. When the Roma Termini station was built in 1931 and completed in 1950, it was a great success both in capability and design. After the completion of the station many stations strived to live up to the standards set forth by the Termini station. It was an inspiration to many architects attempting their own masterpieces. More importantly, it is a great station to spend some time in while waiting for your inspiring train journey.
Venice Train Stations
The Venice Santa Lucia Train Station is the main station train travelers arrive and depart from in Venice. It is a modern building in the main city and is connected to the Grand Canal. The station is a great entrance to the antique city of Venice. This city of canals has attracted international tourists and high profile events throughout the years and should be a city you add to your travel itinerary.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long are train tickets valid for?
It depends if you have a ticket with a reservation or an open ticket.
Open tickets are valid for one month from the date of issue. The validity dates will be printed on the tickets. You can travel with an open ticket on any date within the validity period (however, remember: separate reservations may be necessary, depending on the route).
Tickets with reservations are only valid for the train for which the reservation was issued, on that specific travel date and time of travel.
Are train tickets exchangeable and refundable?
It depends. Exchange and refund rules are governed by the kind of fare you purchased. You’ll see that on our website, we’ve categorized train tickets in three flexibility categories. Non Flexible fares, which offer the best value but are generally not exchangeable or refundable Semi Flexible Fares, which may be exchanged or refunded prior to departure but may involve a change fee and penalty. Flexible Fares, which can be exchanged prior to departure and are generally fully refundable with no penalty. When browsing fares on our website, you can read a brief description of each fare flexibility level, and then see the full exchange and refund conditions for each fare by clicking the "read more" link.
Once you have purchased a train ticket from us, its exchange and refund rules will be indicated in your Rail Europe email confirmation, as well as printed with your train ticket and or on the ticket jacket in the case of paper tickets.
Train tickets must be received for exchange or refund within the allowed time frame mentioned in the exchange and refund conditions.
Refunds, when applicable, can only be applied to unused and unvalidated train tickets.
If you’ve purchased the Rail Protection Plan to cover your train ticket, you can exchange it for either the same thing or a new product. To start an exchange under the Rail Protection Plan, please contact us at CustomerRelations@raileurope.com or call 1-800-438-RAIL.