Venezia Santa Lucia

79,000 Daily visitors
41 Commercial units
10,500 sqm GLA
118 Media assets
History

It was architect Angiolo Mazzoni who created the first design proposals for Venezia Santa Lucia, since 1924.
In 1934 a tender for the construction of the railway station was launched and won by Virgilio Vallot, whose project, however, was left on stand-by until 1936, when the realization of the front body of the passenger building was finally assigned to architects Mazzoni and Vallot, who collaborated at it until 1943, and the reconstruction of the railway building to Mazzoni alone.
The station’s final design was completed after WW2, based on a project by Paolo Perilli.

Access to transports
  • 4 water bus lines (1, 2, 3, N)
  • Constitution Bridge: pedestrian connection with Piazzale Roma
    (buses, trams, taxis and car parking lot) and Passengers Terminal

Points of interest

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Venezia Santa Lucia is much more than a station. It is a place where to experience great shopping, discover a quick and efficient catering offer and benefit from the wide range of services available The station is open to visitors all week long from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m..