|Trains arrive in||Venice|
|Trains depart from||Milan|
Trenitalia operates trains from Milan to Venice seven days a week. Frecciabianca high-speed trains make the direct journey in around 2.5 hours, with the first departure at just after 7:00 a.m. and the last train leaving just after 8:30 p.m. There are two trains an hour during peak periods, then departures are every hour to two hourly.
An average meal in a restaurant in Venice costs 0.2% more than in Milan.
Prices in Venice are on average 5.1% higher than in Milan.
Public transport in Venice costs around 6.7% less than in Milan.
A night in a hotel in Venice is about 9.4% more expensive than in Milan.
Trains from Milan to Venice depart from Milano Centrale Station, which is located in the business and government district of the city. It is on lines MM2 and MM3 of the Metro system. ATM buses run to both Malpensa and Orio airports, across the city and out to the suburbs and surrounding areas. Night buses operate until 2:00 a.m. and taxis are located outside Centrale Station.
Venice is an atmospheric and romantic city is full of water, small stone bridges, marble palaces and attractions such as St Mark's Basilica, while narrow cobbled streets radiate out from the grandeur of St Mark's Square. Trains from Milan to Venice arrive into Venice Santa Lucia Station, to the West of the historic city centre. The station is linked to the airport, hotels and attractions by water buses and water taxis, but the most traditional way to view the city is from a gondola. Water taxis can be taken to Venice Mestre Station on the mainland if local buses and land taxis are needed.