The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid traveling at rush hour.
The average ticket from Turin to Venice will cost around $ 79 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only $ 77.
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It's difficult to get from Turin to Venice without transferring at least once.
|Distance||226 miles (365 km)|
|Average train duration||5 h 56 min|
|Average train ticket price||$38 (€31)|
|Train frequency||2 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 2 direct trains a day|
|Train providers||Frecciarossa, Italo, Trenitalia, Regionale Veloce or Regionale|
Trains from Turin to Venice cover the 226 miles (365 km) long journey taking on average 5 h 56 min with our travel partners like Frecciarossa, Italo, Trenitalia, Regionale Veloce or Regionale. Normally, there are 2 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this route costs around $38 (€31), you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as $38 (€31). Travelers depart most frequently from Torino Porta Nuova and arrive in Venezia Mestre.
Italo / NTV and Trenitalia trains will get you between Turin and Venice from $38 (€31). With over 1000 travel companies on Omio, you can find the best train times and tickets for your trip.
Enjoy the train ride from Turin to Venice with Trenitalia, Italy’s main provider of train services throughout the country with an impressive fleet of trains offering different levels of comfort, amenities and speed. The company's flagship trains are the high-speed Frecciarossa, Frecciargento and Frecciabianca that can travel at speeds up to 186 mph (300 kmh). Trenitalia also operates intercity, regional and night trains. Bathrooms and WiFi access are standard on long-distance train routes. In many cases, Trenitalia trains also provide barrier-free access.
Trenitalia tickets from Turin to Venice are available on Omio, and you can find the best deals for them in just a few steps. Trenitalia offers three different ticket types to fit anyone’s budget, such as the Base, Economy, Super Economy and Ordinaria tickets. Trenitalia also has discount and loyalty cards for qualified travelers, which you can use on Omio. When traveling on a Trenitalia train between Turin and Venice, you can expect to travel 226 miles (365 km). Check Trenitalia’s train times and tickets for the Turin to Venice journey and buy your cheap ticket on Omio today!
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Traveling from Turin to Venice by train will take you from Italy’s far West to the East coast, creating a lengthy journey of 225 miles (over 360 km) and will route through major cities like Milan and Verona. There will be approximately 15 to 20 trains each day of the week, spread evenly throughout the day. Many high speed trains are available and can make the journey as quickly as under 4h. If you want to save a few bucks to find a deal on the train to Venice, you may be looking at an itinerary with multiple transfers and a total travel time of up to 7h.
Any day of the week you will find trains departing Turin for Venice from morning to night. There may be a limited number of routes in each price range, duration and departure time because the journey is long, but if you plan ahead and book early, you should be able to find a train that meets your schedule. The earliest trains will depart in the early morning, around 5:00 a.m. with a few more options offered in the popular mid to late morning. The last trains will be in the early evening hours, around 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., but plan ahead if you are leaving this late, as you will arrive closer to midnight in Venice.
There are multiple routes from high speed train operators that can make the journey in as quickly as 3h 40min. Of all the different route options you may find on Omio, the average train will be around 4h 30min to 5h. . Many of the itineraries will still make the journey in around 4h with one transfer. The Regionale trains won’t travel as fast as the high speed lines, and will make more stops along the route. These itineraries will require a total travel time of over 5h, and as much as 7h.
Departure train station: Trains will depart Turin from the Porta Nuova station. Porta Nuova is located at the city center, within walking distance to many attractions, hotels, restaurants and bars. You can access the Turin Metro, the M1 line has three stations in the area, including one at Porta Nuova. There is also a stop for the surface tram line number nine and six bus lines that all stop at "Fermata 40," right outside the train station. There are also rental car companies and parking lots if you are turning in a car before getting on the train.
Arrival train stations: Almost all trains will terminate at the Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia. There are many ferries and buses that serve the area, including popular destinations such as San Lazzaro degli Armeni or the beach at Venezia Spiaggia Blue Moon. If you need to get to the airport from this station (also the location of the Venice Port) you may get there by taxi or by ferry. There are a small number of shops in the station for tourists to exchange money, grab a quick bite, reserve a water taxi or get in some retail therapy, with much more available right outside the station. There will be at least one train per day that stops at Mestre station on mainland Venice, where you may access transportation to the airport.
When searching for tickets, you’ll find that Trenitalia operates two of its train lines from Turin to Venice, the high-speed Frecciarossa and the traditional regional (Regionale) service. There will only be a couple direct routes available on any given day, as most itineraries, even the high speed lines, will require transferring at least once, some in Bologna, some in Milan. The scheduling of the transfers is relatively efficient, however, so you shouldn’t add too much time even if you decide to transfer
Trenitalia runs both high-speed and local trains on most of their routes. The Frecciarossa line will be the fastest (and most expensive) route, and runs many times per day. There are multiple departures per day, with most during the popular travel times in late morning and afternoon. The Trentialia Regionale trains don’t run as fast as the high speed lines and have more stops, but are priced a lot less. The Regionale trains run all day, including the early and late trains.
The Trenitalia Frecciarossa service offers four ticket classes, all offering free Wi-Fi, luggage storage, a full armchair seat and access to the train's bistro service. Premium class gives you a leather seat, Business class comes with a free drink and snack, newspaper and access to a private car, while Executive class adds complimentary drinks and bistro service. There are two fare classes, where you can pay extra to be able to exchange your ticket for free or get a refund should you cancel, less a fee. Trenitalia Regionale tickets offer second class seating which includes a full armchair seat, luggage storage and bistro service. Both lines will have plenty of storage for your luggage, with areas for suitcases and larger items, as well as overhead and under seat storage for your smaller bags and personal items. Trenitalia offers services for the disabled through their Blue of RFI service. Assistance should be scheduled prior to your train departure to ensure services are available at your station(s).
The most expensive trains will be the high speed lines that depart at the most popular hours, that being in the middle of the morning. So if you’re looking to find the cheapest ticket from Turin to Venice, try searching for an early morning Regionale train. You will still arrive with plenty of time in your day when you reach Venice, and hopefully can catch some sleep on the way. Trains that require transferring will be discounted when compared to the direct lines. Although this adds time to the journey, these itineraries are not going to be significantly longer than the other routes, with most of them still making the journey in under 6h, so it may be worth saving a few bucks. Book as far in advance as possible to get the best price, and be flexible with your dates, if possible, to avoid the more popular days and times.
Some of the Turin train stations to Venice you can start your journey from include Torino Porta Nuova, Torino Porta Susa and Torino Dora. Similarly, some of the arrival train stations in Venice include Venezia Mestre, Venezia Santa Lucia and Venice.
When traveling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from Torino Porta Nuova and arriving in Venezia Mestre.
Passengers board their train most frequently from Torino Porta Nuova and travel around 1 mile (s) / 1 km from the city center to this train station.
Passengers traveling this route most often arrive at Venezia Mestre and need to travel approximately 5 mile (s) / 8 km from the train station to the city center in Venice.
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