What Is The Distance In Km Between Venice And Sicily?


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Depending on which of the two routes taken, the driving distance between Venice and Sicily is roughly 1,350 km or 1,399 km. The flying distance however, is 905 km (462 miles) from Venice Airport landing at Sicily Airport.

If you are driving between the two cities, there will be a ferry involved as well as occasional tolls. Despite this, driving between these two beautiful cities gives a great opportunity to stop off and see some other fantastic locations including the capital, Rome.

Other more famous stops on the route include:
  • Napoli
  • Catania
  • Bologna
  • Ferrara
The route options for driving vary driving time slightly. The longest time this will take is 14hours and 55 mins which includes the ferry. The shortest time is 14 hours and 22 mins which includes a ferry as well as tolls. This route does allow driving along the east coast and past locations including:
  • Catania
  • Bari
  • Foggia
  • Pescara
  • Ancona
  • Bologna
Of course, there are public transport options. The most common of these is the train. This way, you can book interrail tickets with either unlimited or selected stops in locations throughout Italy including these two destinations. Traveling by train is a fab way of taking in the areas you would not necessarily get to view by traveling on road. Again, depending on your route, times will vary. As the train allows the various stops option, you can hop onto trains according to your own plans and destination choices.

Venice stretches approximately 6 km through route of the major canals whereas Sicily is much smaller in size. They both have cheap and efficient public transport of their own.

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