Travel by Train
Milan is approximately 278km from Venice and can be reached by train in 2 hours and 13 minutes.
Venice is located in the northeast of Yili. Whether you come from Milan or Rome or Florence, you will arrive at Venice before you arrive at Venice: Venezia Mestre, but this is not the city of Venice. It is the satellite city of the periphery. The railway station in the city is called Vinezia Santa Lucia (named after the female saint Lucia).
Venice is divided into two main railway stations, inland and island, Venice (Venezia) Mestre and Venice (Venezia) Santa Lucia. Venezia Mestre is the inland railway station of Venice. It is an inland transit train station. Many trains stop here if they pass through Venice. Venice (Venezia) Santa Lucia is the main island train station in Venice, on the Grand Canal, in the Italian Ferrovia station. Trains from Venice (Venezia) Mestre train station to Venice Santa Lucia train station are very frequent, so if you can't find accommodation on the main island, you can choose Mestre, which is just across the main bridge.
Located in the northeast of Italy, Venice is a world-famous water town and a historical and cultural city of Italy. There are many monuments in the city, including various churches, bell towers, male and female monasteries and palaces. St. Mark's Square is the central square of Venice, and the St. Mark's Church on the east side of the square is majestic and magnificent. The Governor's Palace is the former residence of the Governor of Venice. The halls are decorated with oil paintings, murals and marble carvings. They are very luxurious. The bridge of sighs behind the Governor's Palace is the only bridge that the convicted prisoner has to go to prison. The prisoners often sigh and sigh when crossing the bridge, hence the name "Sigh Bridge." The whole city of Venice is built in the water. The waterway is the main street. The boat is the only means of transportation in Venice. The local boat Gondola is unique. It is a good idea to come to Venice. There will be a carnival in February, during which people wear wigs and masks and wear robes to celebrate the holiday.
Milan is the second largest city in Italy, famous for its sightseeing, fashion and architectural landscape, a classic city not to be missed. At the same time, as the capital of the Lombardy region of northern Italy, Milan is the industrial base and railway hub of northern Italy and the transportation hub of southern Europe. From Milan, you can take high-speed trains to cities such as Turin, Venice and Genoa in Italy, as well as international trains to Switzerland, Austria and southern Germany.
Almost all high-speed trains and international trains depart from Milano Centrale. From the scale and the number of trains received, Milan Central Station may not be as close to Rome's Termini station, only to take second place. But its grandeur, grandeur and artistic attainment have become the representative of the entire Italian railway. The station, built in 1931, is a masterpiece of the fascist architecture of the Mussolini period, famous for the famous architect Frank Roylet's "This is the most beautiful station in the world". Milan Central Station adopts a neo-classical architectural model: the main body of the station is almost entirely made of marble, which is heavy and solemn; the tall dome and exquisite stone carving inside the station seems to directly copy the Emanuel II arcade in the center of the city; The section of the continuous arch across the canopy covers all 24 tracks, and the wide view allows the first-time passengers to feel the shock. All this is enough to make Milan Central Station a famous building in the history of European railways.