From Venice Airport to Venezia Santa Lucia railway station - Piazzale Roma

From Venice Airport to Venezia Santa Lucia railway station - Piazzale Roma

Ponte degli Scalzi, Venezia, Italia. This looks like it is right down from the train station. The first bridge we saw. Heading on to the left we began our trek to our overnight lodging.

Ponte degli Scalzi, Venezia, Italia. This looks like it is right down from the train station. The first bridge we saw. Heading on to the left we began our trek to our overnight lodging.

Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station

Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station

Venezia   Santa Lucia

Venezia Santa Lucia

Stazione Venezia Santa Lucia in Venezia, Veneto

Stazione Venezia Santa Lucia in Venezia, Veneto

The train station in Venice was an arrival and departure point and where we showered while the ship was without power!

The train station in Venice was an arrival and departure point and where we showered while the ship was without power!

Venice Train Station : Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia Station, Schedule Information from Rail Europe

Venice Train Station : Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia Station, Schedule Information from Rail Europe

Venezia Santa Lucia station in the city's historic center (which is 6 km or 4 miles offshore in the Venetian Lagoon).  Venice's Santa Lucia Railway Station is near the foot of the Grand Canal, just behind the Ferrovia vaporetto station.

Venezia Santa Lucia station in the city's historic center (which is 6 km or 4 miles offshore in the Venetian Lagoon). Venice's Santa Lucia Railway Station is near the foot of the Grand Canal, just behind the Ferrovia vaporetto station.

Why you should go: There’s phenomenal Renaissance art (Giotto’s Scrovegni chapel) and lively piazze lined with bars with beautiful people sipping Aperol spritzes.How to get there: Take one of the trains that run frequently along the regional Venezia–Santa Lucia line to Padua ($4.35 each way; 26 minutes).

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Why you should go: There’s phenomenal Renaissance art (Giotto’s Scrovegni chapel) and lively piazze lined with bars with beautiful people sipping Aperol spritzes.How to get there: Take one of the trains that run frequently along the regional Venezia–Santa Lucia line to Padua ($4.35 each way; 26 minutes).

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