I’m anxious

Typical schedule from departure Annecy, France and arrival in Venice, Italy

I need to know how long it should take to go from Annecy to Venice. Will worry about scheduling later. May be able to purchase a pass or ticket early?
1 person has
this question
+1
Reply
  • Jeff (Official Rep) January 11, 2017 16:03
    Hi Alida,

    The fastest daytime connection from Annecy to Venice would take just under 7.5 hours in duration and involve 3 train changes along the way; once in Chambery, once in Turin, and then once in Bologna. The trains from Annecy to Chambery and Chambery to Turin (France-Italy TGV trains) can be booked once within 90 days of an intended departure date, while the trains from Turin to Bologna (Frecciarossa trains) and Bologna to Venice (Frecciargento, Frecciarossa, or Frecciabianca trains) can generally be booked within 120 days of a departure.

    An earlier option would take 8.5 hours and involve 2 train changes en route; once in Chambery and then once in Milan. The trains from Annecy to Chambery and Chambery to Milan (France-Italy TGV trains) can be booked once within 90 days of an intended departure date, while trains from Milan to Venice (Frecciarossa or Frecciabianca trains) can generally be booked within 120 days of a departure.

    Otherwise, an overnight connection from Annecy to Venice would take just over 16.5 hours in duration and involves 2 train changes en route; once in Lyon and then once in Dijon. The segment from Dijon to Venice would be on the actual overnight train (the Thello night train). Trains from Annecy to Lyon and Lyon to Dijon can be booked once within 90 days of an intended date of departure, while the Thello night train from Dijon to Venice can be booked within 120 days of a departure.
  • (some HTML allowed)
    How does this make you feel?
    Add Image
    I'm

    e.g. indifferent, undecided, unconcerned happy, confident, thankful, excited kidding, amused, unsure, silly sad, anxious, confused, frustrated