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Venice - Rome - Milan

Does anyone know an airline where I can book a flight originating in Venice to Rome but going back go Milan and not being expensive?

Posted by
2207 posts

Here's a great site I use in Europe to find who flies to where - only looks for low-cost carriers:

Another good Euro search engine is:

Ryanair flies from Venice (Treviso) to Rome (Ciampino).

AirOne flies from Venice (Marco Polo) to Rome (Fiumicino)

AirOne flies from Rome (Fiumicino)to Milan (Linate)

Ryanair flies from Rome (Ciampino) to Milan (Orio al Serio).

Meridiana flies from Rome (Fiumicino) to Milan (Linate).

Have you considered the train? From Venice to Rome is only 4.5 hours by Eurostar? Good luck on your search!


Posted by
6898 posts

Fernando, Ron has the big hint. Take the train. By the time you get from Venice out to the airport, check-in and wait for your plane, your train is already in Florence. From Florence to Rome is 1hr.43min. You would be in Rome faster than coming in from Fiumicino. Same from Rome to Milan. You'll be there by high-speed Eurostar a bit faster than trips to and from the airports, time to go through security and time for the flight itself.

Posted by
102 posts

Thanks I was under the impression that the trip in train would take 6+ hours..but since it's 4.5 I would probably want to take the train.

How long from Rome to Milan in train?
Should I buy a pass since I would be using the train from England to Paries earlier on my trip?

thanks a lot for your tips.

Posted by
6898 posts

The trip from Rome to Milan takes 4.5hrs. No train changes but the train stops in Florence and Bologna. The fare is 56Euro. You really don't need a pass for Italy. If you have a railpass for Italy, you will pay a seat reservation fee of 18Euro per trip. P2P is less expensive for the trips that you have identified.