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There are multiple transportation options available for people looking to travel from Vienna to Venice. Flying is the fastest way to travel from Vienna to Venice and passengers can expect to be in the air for just over 1 hour. High-speed train links are convenient and comfortable while those who like to sit back and enjoy the scenery may prefer to travel by bus.
Return trips from Venice to Vienna are also available.
An overnight bus service provided by Flixbus departs from the Erdberg International Bus Terminal at approximately 23.00 each evening. The station can be reached easily from the city center and is directly next to the metro (Line U3). Buses take just under 10 hours although those traveling on Sunday have the option of a slightly faster service provided by Baltour which takes just over 8 hours.
Travelers who enjoy a little comfort and elegance might choose the overnight sleeper train. The Vienna-Venice Express leaves Vienna Hauptbahnhof each evening and arrives at Venice Santa Lucia station on the banks of the famous Grand Canal approximately 11 hours later. Trains from Vienna to Venice are operated by Trenitalia and Austrian Federal Railways as part of the EuroNight brand. A daytime EuroCity service is also available and passengers leaving early in the morning will arrive in Venice about 8 hours later.
There are up to 3 direct Austrian Airways flights from Vienna to Venice each day leaving early morning, afternoon and evening. Passengers will arrive at Venice Marco Polo Airport about 1 hour after taking off from Vienna Airport. Other carriers such as Air Berlin offer flights with one stop en route.