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Rome to Venice overnight bus and train

by louieny

I would like to take Rome to Venice overnight bus or train so that i can save hotel costs. Please let me know if theres such bus/train availabe and how much does it cost.

Re: Rome to Venice overnight bus and train

by mccalpin

You have 2 choices:
1. The ICN 774 'Marco Polo', that leaves Roma Tiburtina at 22:50 and arrives in Venice Santa Lucia at 05:30 - this seems early, but it's light now in Venice at that hour.
2. The Express 830 that leaves Rome Tiburtina at 00:47, arrives in Bologna at 05:57, then the regional train 11474 departs Bologna at 06:11 and arrives in Venice Santa Lucia at 09:26.

Both the ICN and the Express trains have some sort of sleeping accommodation.

I can't price it because I don't know what sort of accommodations you want: seat, couchette, sleeping compartment, what?

Go to and enter 'Rome' and 'Venice' and some time after 20:00, and you'll see what I mean...


Re: Rome to Venice overnight bus and train

by azz8206

I did an overnight train from Rome to Venice and it was a horrible experience. First of all the trains are packed and people are standing in the middle of the hallways and to find and get through the throng of people on the train is near impossible. I had to stand in the smelly hallway of the train for 2 hrs before I found my sleeper room. Not a very good experience and I would never travel by train at night again.

Re: Rome to Venice overnight bus and train

by mccalpin

For this reason, it is good to figure out which carriage your compartment is on before you get on the train, so that you can board on the correct carriage and not have to wander through the train, which can be quite a chore with luggage on a crowded train.

Many stations show the locations of the various carriages (1st class, 2nd class, sleeper, etc.) on boards for select trains (night trains and long distance trains are typical) in the order in which they are assembled on the track. A few stations (I don't know if any in Italy do this) even have markers on the pavement to show where the carriages will line up.

In fact, if there is a porter at the station (not so likely nowadays, but could be), it would be worth tipping him a few euro to carry your luggage to the correct car...saving you having to figure that out.

If you are in a couchette car, things may be crowded for a while, before the seats are converted into bunks...but if you are in a sleeper car, then the aisles shouldn't be crowded, since the only people in the aisles should be people in that car, all of whom have a bed.


Re: Rome to Venice overnight bus and train

by azz8206

But the people that take the night train are locals that don't pay for the train ride and that is why it gets so overcrowded.

Re: Rome to Venice overnight bus and train

by mccalpin

That has not been my experience...did you take the ICN that leaves Rome at 22:50 or the Express that leaves at 00:47?...there have been complaints about the Express trains...


Re: Rome to Venice overnight bus and train

by azz8206

I took the ICN that left at 2250.

Travel Tips for Rome

The Best Map of Villa Borghese

by icunme

Villa Borghese is huge and a good map will help immensely. The very best map of Villa Borghese is at the Rent a Bike Shop either by Villa Medici or by the entrance on Viale Goethe. An extremely simple and detailed map of the park.

Santa Maria delle Concezione -...

by cyrus_irani

Santa Maria delle Concezione - once the church of the Capuchin monks. Located at the foot of the via Veneto, near the piazza Barberini. The story goes that when they ran out of space in the cellar to bury further monks, somebody decided they would decorate the tiny chapel with the bones of predecessors. Absolutely fascinating.

Don't miss these eerie burial chapels! Apparently the capuchin monks patented this odd type of mummification process, not unlike the egyptians. You'll see mini monks, dressed in their habits, some propped up against the wall, others still lying down. But they're all dead, so it's real neat. All crazy too. Get there.

The classic spot

by AlexDJ about Radio Londra

Radio Londra attracts since 10 years a unique crowd of people who express themselves in any number of ways, including outlandish clothing and body piercings. The music is vibrant, and the crowd is vivacious. Four nights a week, Radio Londra usually sponsors live music, and sometimes bands entertain at the pub and pizzeria located above the dance floors.
Radio Londra is found in a bunker dug out of a hill, with military style furnishings and fighting equipment hung up everywhere.

Eating before the game

by Calcio about Around the stadium

Around the stadium there are plenty of wagons where you can buy sandwiches, hamburgers, sausages, beer, water and everything else you might wanna eat before the game. Also inside you’ll be able to buy snacks and water.

Colosseo tickets

by sunchasers

Since Rome can get very crowded with tourists, it's wise to consider how you should get your tickets to the Colosseum (in order to avoid the long lines). I read in a Rick Steves blog that you can bypass the line at Colosseum if you purchase your tickets at Palatine Hill instead. This worked very well. The only catch is finding the ticket stand at Palatine. From Via dei Fori Imperiali, enter the Forum, turn left away from Campidoglio for a few hundred meters, then turn right towards a little hill. Climb up the starts and once you are at the top of the stairs, you should see a sign saying tickets. There was no line when we went in high season. Alternatively, if you are coming from the Colosseum, if you head west away from the Colosseum, going into the Forum, after going through the arch, go to your left and head up the hill to get tickets.

You can also buy tickets online if you know what time you'll be there.


If you buy the Rome Pass, you can simply use that as your ticket.


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