You can find on this page the Venice trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Venice trains map presents the rail network and railway stations of the trains of Venice in Italy.

Venice rail map

Map of Venice trains

The Venice rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Venice trains. This railway map of Venice will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Venice in Italy. The Venice rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Venice to Rome takes just 3h45 by hourly Frecciargento or Frecciarossa high-speed rail, city centre to city centre with zero check-in and a departure every hour. Venice to Florence takes as little as 1h53, Venice to Naples 5h10 as its mentioned in Venice rail map. You can travel from Venice to Palermo, Catania or Siracuse by train in a single day, albeit with a very early start and late evening arrival. You take a Frecciarossa or Frecciargento train from Venice Santa Lucia to Rome Termini or Naples Centrale, then the afternoon InterCity train from Rome Termini or Naples Centrale to Sicily.

The only railway station on Venice main island is Venezia Santa Lucia as you can see in Venice rail map. To step out of Venice Santa Lucia rail station and see the Grand Canal makes for one of the most memorable moments of arrival in the world. Trains reach Santa Lucia over a long and rather uninspiring bridge from the mainland. Venice other rail station is called Venezia Mestre. It is on the wrong side of the bridge. Trains from major Italian cities all terminate at Venezia Santa Lucia.

Venice Santa Lucia is the starting point for many overnight and international rail services. Every evening overnight trains depart for Munich, Vienna, Paris and Rome. There are also direct daytime trains to Geneva, Munich and Vienna - all rail routes which include a good dose of Alpine scenery along the way as its shown in Venice rail map. Another innovation for 2018 was a new once-daily direct train from Zurich and Lugano to Venice.