Cinque Terre to Venice?

traveling from Cinque Terre, guess through Pisa or somewhere close, going to Venice for a few days on Sept 23rd, Wednesday. Best train to get there ?
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  • Hi Hal.

    There are rail stations in each of the towns of the Cinque Terre, be it Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, or Riomaggiore; however, you might say that the main 'rail hubs' are either Monterosso (the northernmost town of the Cinque Terre) or La Spezia (a town just south of the Cinque Terre).

    You would check schedules and purchase tickets by clicking on 'Find Fares & Schedules' on our homepage (www.raileurope.com) and entering a route.

    Monterosso to Venice

    If you'll be in Monterosso, you would route yourself through either Florence or Milan when you do your search. The option via Florence involves another train change in Pisa between Monterosso and Florence.

    For the option via Florence, you would do one search for the part of the connection from Monterosso to Florence and another search for connecting trains from Florence to Venice. Trains from Florence to Venice are high-speed Le Frecce (Frecciargento or Frecciarossa) trains or high-speed Italo trains.

    For the option via Milan, you would do one search for trains from Monterosso to Milan and another search for connecting trains from Milan to Venice. Trains from Milan to Venice are high-speed Le Frecce (Frecciabianca) trains.

    La Spezia to Venice

    If you'll be in La Spezia, you would route yourself through either Florence or Bologna when you do your search. There are direct trains from La Spezia to Florence, but most options from La Spezia to Florence would involve changing trains in Pisa en route. The option via Bologna involves another train change in Parma in between La Spezia and Bologna.

    For the option via Florence, you would do one search for the part of the connection from La Spezia to Florence and another search for connecting trains from Florence to Venice. Once again, trains from Florence to Venice are high-speed Le Frecce (Frecciargento or Frecciarossa) trains or high-speed Italo trains.

    For the option via Bologna, you would do one search for the part of the connection from La Spezia to Bologna and then another search for connecting trains from Bologna to Venice. The trains from Bologna to Venice are high-speed Le Frecce (Frecciargento or Frecciarossa), high-speed Italo trains, or regional (Regionale Veloce) trains.
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