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Vicenza

Vicenza is an Italian city, situated in the north-east of the country. It lies around 60km to the west of Venice, and is a city rich in history and culture. It is Italy's third-largest industrial centre, and one of the country's wealthiest.

Vicenza Railway Station lies on the route between Milan and Venice, and also offers srevices to Schio and Treviso.

How to get to Vicenza from
Route 1:

Replacing the nightly Artesia sleeper service between Paris and Venice is new company Thello's offering. The service calls at destinations including Milan and Verona en route.

The journey takes a total of 12 hours, and is comfortable and relaxing, allowing you to arrive in the heart of Paris or Venice rested afor the day ahead. If you don't like the idea of a sleeper train, an alternative would be to catch a TGV between Paris and Milan, and a Eurostar City service between Milan and Venice.