This is the main railway station in the Treviso area. It offers daily trains every 15 minutes to Venice which is 30 kilometers and same with trains to Udino or Milan. There is a gift shop, food, ticket offices and ticket machines where you can buy without waiting in queues. Parking is free but limited.
The St. Lucia station is located in the west of Venice and well linked to the rest of the country and especially the nearby towns because few can afford to live or stay in this particular city, therefore station is important.
Verona Porta Nuova is the city's main railway station. It took us just over an hour to travel from Milan. It's a fairly large station with plenty of shops and fast food outlets. To go downtown, you can walk or catch a bus right outside the station. On foot it takes about 20-25 minutes to the historical centre, passing the monument of Porta Nuova.
Padua doesn't have an airport of its own, so if you travel by plane, you'll need to go to one of the cities in the surrounding area, like Milan, Verona, Venice, or Bologna. Italy has an extensive rail network, so it's easy to get between the cities. Besides the tourist information office in the station, there are a couple of other points of information in Piazza del Santo and in Vicolo Pedrocchi. You can get to the city centre by a short walk.