Round trip to Venice by high-speed train (with gondola)

from 210,00

Discover the monuments, squares and streets on the banks of the romantic canals of Venice with this full-day city tour of the canals, which also includes a must-see gondola ride through the city.

Discover the monuments, squares and streets on the banks of the romantic canals of Venice with this full day tour through the city of the canals.

The tour starts with pick-up at your hotel between 7:30 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. in the morning, for the transfer to the Rome train station, where our assistant will give you the tickets and all the information you need.

At 8:15, departure to Venice, arriving at Santa Lucia station at 12:00 hours.

All day free to visit this unique and fascinating city. With a supplement of € 35 you can book the gondola ride, a classic must-see in the city.

At 19:05, return to Rome from Santa Lucia station (we recommend being at the station 20 minutes before departure).

Arrival at the Rome station at 22:45. End of our services.

What is included in this tour?
  • Assistance at the Roma station
  • Round-trip ticket by high-speed train
  • Gondola ride
  • Free pick-up service (downtown hotels)
Whats not included in this tour.
  • Transfer back to the hotel
  1. Rome Start of the tour

    The tour starts with pick-up at your hotel between 7:30 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. in the morning, for the transfer to the Rome train station, where our assistant will give you the tickets and all the information you need.

  2. Venice The city of the canals

    Discover the monuments, squares and streets on the banks of the romantic canals of Venice, the city of canals.

    All day free to visit this unique and fascinating city.

    You will have booked and included in this tour the gondola ride, a classic must-see in the city.

  3. Rome End of our services

    At 19:05, return to Rome from Santa Lucia station (we recommend being at the station 20 minutes before departure).

    Arrival at the Rome station at 22:45. End of our services.

Grand Canal of Venice

The Grand Canal is almost 4 km long; it slides from the northwest tip of Venice, where the accesses to the mainland are, to the San Marcos dock, on the Adriatic Sea. The channel divides the city into two parts. It is said that the shore where the Plaza de San Marcos is located is more patrician and the opposite shore is more popular.

St Mark's Square

St. Mark's Square is the only square in Venice, and its main tourist destination. It is attributed to Napoleón Bonaparte, although some think that it was Alfred de Musset, who nicknamed it "le plus élégant salon d'Europe" (the most beautiful salon in Europe).