The stay to discover our beautiful Peninsula benefits from a exceptional ally what is the trainto move comfortably from one city to another, from station to station, and to reach town centers on foot.
taking advantage of the Rome-Venice section, covered by the high-speed train, we can design a travel itinerary that considers making stops along the whole series of intermediate stops, choosing to exploit them for an ideal vacation that touches places like Florence, Bologna, Ferrara and Padua.
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The railway line is also an interesting opportunity for those who travel for work, and must arrive at their destination in comfort, in particular respecting precise timetables. Broadband delay margins are reasonable, and can be easily checked thanks to the punctuality indicators, divided into different measurement standards.
Having longer travel times, the intermediate localities can be the ideal base to wander far away, taking advantage of the suggestion of the Umbrian and Tuscan landscapes, pushing towards Assisi, Perugia and Gubbio, Siena and Pisa, taking advantage of the many regional connections on the iron.
Six steps for a holiday dedicated to sustainable tourism
Those who choose to travel by train, relying on it at high speed, not only ensures fast journeys, and fast travel times, but can take advantage of the wide choice in terms of territorial coverage. Preferring the train to travel is a conscious and sustainable choice, respectful of the environment. The CO2 emissions produced by train travel are lower than those of other means of transport, and the train benefits from significantly reduced energy consumption.
Thanks to the high-speed train you can travel from Rome to Venice in 4 hourswith some differences depending on the date of the trip, the day of the week on which the journey is made and the train chosen, but to find out more, it is enough to consult the web pages dedicated to the timetables to better plan the trip, taking into account the possibility to make several stops and enjoy a well-deserved vacation.
move between Rome, Florence, Bologna, Ferrara, Padua and Venice we can take advantage of the stops at the central stations, which guarantee easy access to the city centers, from which to start visits and excursions.
If a Rome is easy to explore on foot, supported by the potential of the basement, stopping at Florence you get to Santa Maria Novella Station, located in the heart of the city. Florence can be easily explored on foot, by public transport or by bicycle, thanks also to the presence of several cycle paths. Also, if you want to get away from the center, you can consider a whole series of extraordinary trips out of the city, evaluating destinations such as Siena, San Gimignano, Castellina in Chianti, Pisa or Lucca.
Also bologna it’s super convenient when you arrive by train. The central station is only 10 minutes walk from Piazza Maggiore. The visit of the city is very pleasant considering the use of the bicycle. The city center has no height differences, so it can be walked easily with minimal effort.
Those who want to get out of the center can set off to discover the splendid medieval villages among which they stand out. Dozza, San Pietro di Ozzano, Malacappa, Selva Malvezzi, Brisighella, capable of leading us out of time, between narrow streets and stone houses.
Thanks to fast railway lines too Ferrara and Padua they are easily accessible and the station is in the center, to allow us to reach practically any destination, favoring absolutely slow visits, depending on the environment.
Arrive at Venice the situation does not change one iota. You get off at Santa Lucia station, and you are already immersed in the historic center. In front of the station are the piers, and it is easy to take advantage of vaporetti or water taxis to reach all corners of the city, where walking is an essential opportunity.
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