Why to Take a Day Trip from Venice to Verona
How to Take a Day Trip from Venice to Verona
Though you can certainly drive, the fastest and least stressful option is to take a direct train from Venice to Verona. Trains from Venice to Verona run frequently and are extremely cheap. This reflects the fact that many Italians travel between the two cities. Check out TrenItalia, Italy’s public train services, to see the time tables and exact prices of the trains. The trip will run you anywhere from €8.00 to €23.00, depending on the speed, time of day, and time of year. When you book your train tickets to Verona you basically have three options. The first is the Regionale. It’s the slowest and least expensive train, clocking in at 2 hours and costing you around €9.00. The second is the Regionale Veloce, or fast regional train. It costs the same amount, but the trip is faster, getting you from Venice to Verona in about 90 minutes. The third and fastest train is the Frecciabianca. It’s the only high speed train making the trip from Venice to Verona. It takes just a little over one hour and costs about €23.00.
When booking, be sure to choose a train without any station changes or “cambi“; this way you’re sure not to miss your connections and lose time!
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