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Trains From Paris To Venice. Not Overnight

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Anngel | 12:07 Sat 20th Apr 2013 | Travel
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Hello all. We are hoping to travel to Venice next March from London. Having previously experienced the night train from Paris(and not in a good way). I wonder if anyone can advise if there is another way to travel by train, during the day, and if so, how long it would take. Really hate flying! Many thanks indeed for your input, much appreciated.

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Eurostar dep London 05h40, change in Paris and Turin, arr Venice around 21h40 the same day. A later departure from London will involve spending the night somewhere en-route.
For European timetables (but not necessarily prices) the German railway site usually comes up best. http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en?newrequest=yes&protocol=http:&
I just did a quick dry run and a train from Gare de Lyon at 10:41 gets to Venice at 20:20, with changes required at Turin and Bologna.
You may also find info at www.seat61.com
Just looked at the seat61 site. Go to this page
http://www.seat61.com/Europe-train-tickets.htm#Paris
Scroll down to "Buying tickets starting in Paris & France" and look at the 7th big paragraph "Paris to Italy from €29"
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Thank you everyone. I think I will just have to grit my teeth and fly. 15 hours on a train (with an hour and half getting to St P in the first place) would just knacker us all. Your answers were all very helpful.
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