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Train to Florence from Venice Marco Polo Airport

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Train to Florence from Venice Marco Polo Airport

What is best way to get a train from Venice Airport to Florence?

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1. Re: Train to Florence from Venice Marco Polo Airport

Take a Bus or Taxi to Mestre Station, for a Train to Florence,

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2. Re: Train to Florence from Venice Marco Polo Airport

On www.trenitalia.com (click the UK flag first for English) it's Venezia Mestre to Firenze S. M. Novella

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3. Re: Train to Florence from Venice Marco Polo Airport

Don't forget trenitalia's private competitor: www.italotreno.it/EN/Pages/default.aspx

They leave from Venezia Mestre, too. Newer trains, no strikes and free wi-fi on every train.

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4. Re: Train to Florence from Venice Marco Polo Airport

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