All that’s good to know about taking the direct train from Venice to Genoa with easy access to ticket, train and station info.
Final Destination: Genova Brignole
The train also calls at: Milano and Genova Piazza Principe
Trenitalia has fairly recently introduced a direct train service from Venice to Genoa - it is usually scheduled to depart from Santa Lucia station daily at 15:48 and arrive in Genoa at 19:55.
1 x train per day
Book early and save: Yes
**Online bookings usually open:**up to 6 months ahead of the travel date
This one daily direct train from Venice to Genoa is usually scheduled to depart daily from Venezia Santa Lucia station at 15:48, so hone in at that time if you want to take this direct train
Though when looking up this journey you will see more than a dozen other daily journey options, which all involve changing trains in Milano Centrale.
|Ticket Provider||Approximate Cost|
|Italia Rail||from €24.90|
|Trenitalia||from €24.90 approx|
This train makes two station calls in Genova/Genoa - it will call at Piazza Principe station before continuing on to terminate at Genova Brignole.
So choose your station with care - though if you are heading to the city centre, the quickest option will be to take this train to Piazza Principe station and transfer to the metro there.
The train will reverse direction on departure from Milano Centrale.
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