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How much time to leave after plane's scheduled to get to Venice train station?

by GloriaP

We will be traveling to Italy in September. We will fly to Venice and take a train to Rome immediately, and then return to tour Venice at the end of our trip. Our plane is scheduled to land at Marco Polo airport at 9 AM. I would like to book a train ticket. How much time should I allow to land, go through customs, get luggage, and travel to the train station? In other words, how early of a train ticket can I get without worrying about missing the train?

Thank you!

Re: How much time to leave after plane's scheduled to get to Venice train station?

by footstool

THere is no need to buy a ticket ahead of time. Buy your ticket at the window whenever you arrive at the train station.

Re: How much time to leave after plane's scheduled to get to Venice train station?

by craic

There is the odd occasion when you can't get the train you want.
I tried to book seats for a latish train back to Rome for Easter Sunday on the day before. And all tickets on the later train were gone.

We had to leave at midday.

This would be a rare occurrence for sure.

Re: How much time to leave after plane's scheduled to get to Venice train station?

by kathymof

If it were me I would allow about two hours. http://www.trenitalia.com/ shows trains at 10:43, 11:43, 12:43; 13:09; 14:43 on an arbitrarily chosen day in September so you have a number of trains to choose from.

Re: How much time to leave after plane's scheduled to get to Venice train station?

by hawkhead

IMHO there is no need to book the train beforehand, wait until you arrive at the station. There are plenty of trains and if you just miss one, then take the time just to admire the view from the train station!

Re: How much time to leave after plane's scheduled to get to Venice train station?

by Mozumbus

In my opinion, odds are not in favour of booking in advance. There are number of trains a day between these cities and the only risk is to miss the first available train when you arrive at Venice Mestre, and this risk is negligible, as you will find another train anyway. On the other hand, the risk is greater if you book in advance along with the burden you will carry.
Wish you an easy travel!

Travel Tips for Venice

The most important thing: take time!

by abstract_diva

Some Tourist-Guides claim that Venice can be seen in a day, well yes, you can obviously run through it in a day but that would be a sacrilege.

Venice is seriously the most magical & beautieful city in the world (we cried when we had to leave!) and you can discover many many details within this magical beauty so - TAKE TIME & look twice!

Sit down somewhere, relax & look at the many details that puzzle together to this miracle of a city! The Sundowns & dawn! The light is magical! (Picture shows sundown over Piazza de Marco)

The Campanile

by Goner

Good news, there is an elevator to the top of the Campanile. The views of Venice from there are awesome and on a clear day you can see the Alps. The first tower was completed in 1173 and was built as a lighthouse. In the Middle Ages it was used as a prison and some prisoners were left to die hanging in a cage from the Tower.
In 1902 it's foundations gave way and the tower collapsed. The new tower was built from donations and was opened on April 25, 1912 on the Feast of St. Mark's day.

Palazzo Ducale, Palace of the Doges

by Goner

The Ducal Palace was built in the 9th century and was the residence of the Doge (chief magistrates) until the fall of the Venetian Republic in I797. It was a public palace and the seat of the administration of justice - the highest and richest symbol of Venetian civilization. The 15th century staircase of this pink Veronese marble palace is crowned with statues of Mars and Neptune, symbols of Venice's power. I thought the most impressive work of art was the vast meeting hall with Tintoretto's huge Paradise that fills the end wall. The ceiling is also a work of art.

You should visit the torture chamber that is open to the public and connects to the Bridge of Sighs.

Try the Traghetto

by pugwashman

The Traghetto is a gondola ferry, on which tradition dictates you must stand.
There are 8 places along the Grand Canal where the traghetto can be caught, and it costs next to nothing to use them.
The only worry is whether or not you can balance.

Inside the Basilica di San Marco

by sim1


The main altar has the remains of the evangelist Mark. Above the altar is the masterpiece, the Golden Altar Screen. This was commissioned by Doge Pietro Orseolo in 978. Later it was restructured in 1105 by Doge Ordelaffo Faliero. It was again embellished in 1209. The Golden Altar Screen measures 11 by 4 1/2 feet. It has eighty enamel plaques surrounded by diamonds, emeralds, rubies, and topazes. It is one beautiful piece of artwork.

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