About traveling from Budapest to Venice
Both Budapest and Venice are beautiful historical cities that have something for everyone – from historical sights and stunning architecture to soothing the soul atmosphere, romantic bridges, world famous channels and endless options for shopping and entertainment.
Between Budapest and Venice are some extraordinary sights, including the relaxing town of Lendava, Maribor the second largest city in Slovenia, the wonderful capital of Slovenia, Bratislava, the stunning Postojna Cave, a masterpiece castle – Predjama Castle built within the cave, and the deal-centric Palmanova Outlet. However, the only way to experience these is to book a private car transfer with Daytrip.
How to get from Budapest to Venice
If you’re travelling from Budapest to Venice, you have several travel options. For travelers on a budget, the bus is the cheapest way to travel from Budapest to Venice. The fastest way to travel from Budapest to Venice is by car, or by bus, though a car is of course the best way to travel from Budapest to Venice since it’s so convenient. It’s also possible to take a train from Budapest to Venice, though with several changes on the way it is the slowest option how to get from Budapest to Venice.
Budapest to Venice by train
To travel from Budapest to Venice by train, you need to get to the Budapest Keleti station and first purchase a ticket to Venezia Santa Lucia or you can also arrive to Budapest Deli station and buy the ticket to Venezia Santa Lucia or you can buy your tickets in advance online. The earliest train is at 5:40 AM, and the last train is at 11:20 PM, with trains departing every 2 – 3 hours. The train from Budapest to Venice is operated by Österreichische Bundesbahnen, with train tickets from Budapest to Venice costing €59 – €114 on average for the approximately 13 hour trip (there is no direct connection between Budapest and Venice so the shortest trip with only 1 change will take 10 hours 30 minutes). The distance from Budapest to Venice is about 708 kilometers.
Trains have bathrooms on board, and usually offer a dining car.
|Budapest to Venice by train|
|Time intervals||every 2 - 3 hours|
|First/Last Departure||6:40 AM/11:20 PM|
|Avg. Price 2 persons||€118 - €228|
|Operating Companies||Österreichische Bundesbahnen|
Budapest to Venice by bus
To travel from Budapest to Venice by bus, there are several journey options. The first is to go to Budapest, Konyves Kalman korut and buy a ticket to Venezia Tronchetto. The second is to go to Budapest – Kelenföld and buy a ticket to Venice Tronchetto. While you can buy your ticket at the station, it’s best to purchase them in advance. The earliest bus is at 9:25 AM, and the last bus is at 8:30 PM, with only 4 busses leaving every day (2 in the morning and 2 in the evening). The bus from Budapest to Venice is run by Flixbus, with bus tickets from Budapest to Venice costing between €30-€89 for the 10 hour 30 minute trip. The distance from Budapest to Venice is about 710 kilometers.
All options offer direct service from Budapest to Venice.
|Departs from various stations|
|Time intervals||2 in the morning and 2 in the evening|
|First/Last Departure||9:25 AM/8:30 PM|
|Avg. Price 2 persons||€60-€178|
|Duration||~10 hr 30 min|
Budapest to Venice Private Car Transfer
For speed and convenience, a private car transfer with Daytrip is the best way to travel from Budapest to Venice. You will be picked up at your accommodation, and the driver will take care of your luggage. You’ll then be able to enjoy door-to-door service to your accommodation in Venice, and can even add sightseeing stops on the way!
Going the other direction? Check our guide on How to get from Venice to Budapest