Final Destination: Venezia S. Lucia
The Regionale Veloce (RV) trains are around 20 mins faster than the Regionale (R) trains, but tickets cost the same price.
up to 2 x trains per hour
Book early and save: No (not on these trains)
Tickets will cost the same price if purchased at the station immediately before departure.
These Regionale Veloce trains are always cheaper than the faster Frecce trains; you can save a minimum of €5.
They'll be more than €10 cheaper, if you'll be booking last minute at the station just before your journey; hence our suggestion that it's not worth taking those Frecce trains for this journey.
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If you want to make a substantial saving when making a day trip from Verona to Vicenza by train, then target these Regionale (R/RV) services and ignore the express (Frecce, EC and Italo) trains.
In particular the RV services are just as frequent and only around 10 mins slower.
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