Venice to Milan by train
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Travelling from Venice to Milan by train
Fast trains from Venice to Milan take around 2 hours, covering a distance of approximately 243 kilometres. There are frequent services on the rail route between Venice and Milan.
1. Are there direct trains from Venice to Milan?
Direct trains from Venice to Milan have been found.
We usually find around 30 direct trains on the route from Venice to Milan every weekday.
Trains are typically more frequent on weekends, when we found around 31 departures.
2. How long is the train journey from Venice to Milan?
The Venice to Milan train travel time is normally about 2 hours, whatever time you make the journey.
3. What are the Venice to Milan train times and schedule?
On weekdays the earliest direct train to Milan is usually scheduled to depart Venice around 05:40 and the last train is around 20:50.
At weekends the first train of the day leaves Venice around 05:40, and the last at 20:13.
What's the Venice to Milan train price?
The earlier you book the better, and the cheapest tickets we've found for trains from Venice to Milan are $11.82.
Trains departing 30 days in advance will cost around $24, and when booking 7 days in advance the price is usually the same. Booking on the day of travel may be more expensive.
When to book Venice to Milan train tickets?
Trains in Italy usually open for booking around 6 months in advance.
If booking is not yet open for your dates then you can set a booking alert to receive an email on the day that the cheapest tickets are released for your journey from Venice to Milan by train.
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Which train companies operate between Venice and Milan?
More than one train company operates on the route from Venice to Milan, so you’ll be travelling with one or more of the following rail operators:
- Frecciarossa 1000
You can check which train you’ll be travelling on by looking for the train name in search results.
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