Travel from Venice to Rome-Airport-FCO

Train, bus or fly from Venice to Rome Airport (FCO)?

Alitalia flies from Venice to Rome Airport (FCO) every 4 hours. Alternatively, Trenitalia Frecce operates a train from Venice to Rome Airport (FCO) once daily. Tickets cost $65 - $95 and the journey takes 4 h 27 min.

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Travel from Venice to Rome Airport (FCO)

A route commonly travelled, catching the train between Venezia Santa Lucia station and Rome’s Termini station is the most scenic, and the most convenient. A 3 hour 45 minute journey through the country, this popular route has trains leaving every hour. If you’re time poor, a direct one-hour flight to Rome’s Fiumicino airport is a faster, albeit more expensive alternative. Overnight buses are also an option, clocking in around 8-9 hours of travel time while you snooze.

How to get from Venice to Rome Airport (FCO)

From Venezia line 5 bus to Venice airport then fly to Rome airport. 2 h 28 min $76. From Venice shuttle to Trieste airport then fly to Rome airport. 3 h 38 min $224. From Venezia S.Lucia train to Verona - Stazione Verona Porta Nuova, line 199 Airport Bus to Verona airport, then fly to Rome airport. 3 h 38 min $107. From Venezia S.Lucia train to Bologna Centrale, Aerobus to Bologna airport, then fly to Rome airport. 3 h 42 min $111. From Venezia S.Lucia train to Fiumicino Aeroporto. 4 h 27 min $82. From Venezia S.Lucia train to Roma Tiburtina then train to Fiumicino Aeroporto. 4 h 33 min $92. From Venezia Santa Lucia Station train to Rome Tiburtina then bus to Rome Airport. 5 h 20 min $77. From Venice, Venice bus to Rome Tiburtina then bus to Rome Airport. 9 h $76. From Venice drive to Rome Airport (FCO). 5 h 10 min $102.