Day trip to Venice from Rome and Florence
St. Mark square, exterior of Doge’s Palace, Bridge of Sighs, Prisons and Basilica of St. Mark, walk off the beaten tracks, Rialto bridge
High speed trains are a common way of travelling in present-day Italy. Through the two Italian railway companies, Trenitalia and Italo, Venice can be reached from Rome in less than four hours and from Florence in just two. This means that if you have limited time in Italy, you don’t have to miss Venice, now you can reach the lagoon city, visit it, and get back within the same day. Discover our day trip to Venice.
If you prefer a half-day tour you’ll arrive before 10:30am. We’ll be delighted to greet you off your train and be ready to start your guide around Venice from the moment you step onto the platform.
Alternatively take your time to wander around on your own, have lunch and meet your guide in San Marco square in the early afternoon. Either way is fine because railway companies offer a wide selection of departure times so you can tour and enjoy Venice with no rush.
If you’d like a full day tour instead, then we can meet even later than 10:30 at the station and the guide will be with you until your departure time.
Venice has never been so ‘close’ to Rome and Florence as it is today, don’t miss your chance to enjoy and visit this beautiful city at top speed wih out day trip to Venice tour.
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WHICH VENICE WILL YOU DISCOVER?
These tours are intended for first time visitors who wish to become acquainted with Venice’s main sights and landmarks, gaining an overall picture of its history and modern-day life.
Art, in all forms has been a unique ingredient of Venice’s success. Discover the magnificence of the grand Venetian architects and painters. For the ones that live in the now the contemporary art, contemporary architecture and the truly authentic glass studios where masters are at work.
These tours are intended for visitors who wish to experience areas and sites rarely seen by tourists, in both urban locations and beyond. Take this opportunity to discover truly authentic art studios, furnaces and lagoon islands with us.