The city of Rome and its Pantheon is one among the most eye-catching attractions of Rome. Its two thousand year history alone coupled with its architectural evolution are truly unique and worth visiting.
Venice must be visited at least once and you have to see it when you’re there with the boat. You can not go and see all over the Grand Canal to admire the palaces and buildings by merely overlooking it from the road. Venice is very safe and has so much character.
Here are the available modes of transport from Rome to Venice.
Rome To Venice By Bus
There is no direct bus service that transport daily from Rome to Venice, but you can choose the bus service from Rome to Siena and hail the cab that will take you to the city of Venice. The total travel distance between two cities is 552.2 kms. Travel duration is 10 hours and 20 minutes. The earliest bus trip leaves at 10:30 AM and the last bus leaves at 12:30 PM. The lowest fare begins at € 48. To check for more details, visit this site: https://boa.busbookingline.it/web/eurolines/application/booking/bestPrice.php?PHPSESSID=r4blv3m6u6j102b75sbge1sh97
While taking the train sis the more practical option, if you choose to travel via private vehicle or take the long drive, it is also more convenient because the travel time is at 6 hours and 30 minutes.
Rome To Venice By Train
There are two high speed direct trains that travel from Rome to Venice on a daily basis. The travel time is approximately 3 hours and 45 minutes. The railway service leaves as early as 04:00 AM and the last at 12:00 pm. The lowest train fare begins at € 39. To check out the actual rates and train schedules, visit: http://www.raileurope-asean.com/train-tickets/journey-insights/article/rome-venice?lang=en&var_mode=calcul
Rome To Venice By Plane
There is one international flight that provides air transport from Rome to Venice (Alitalia). The travel time is 1 hour and 40 minutes. The earliest flight departs at 08:25 AM and the last at 21:20 PM. The lowest fare is offered at £ 48.