Venezia Santa Lucia railway station (Italian: Stazione di Venezia Santa Lucia) is a terminal railway station serving the city of Venice, Italy. It is also the only (heavy rail) railway station in the historic city of Venice (Italian: Centro storico), although there are also three light rail stations on the Venice People Mover network.
The station is one of Venice's two most important railway stations, the other one being Venezia Mestre, a junction station in Venice's mainland frazione of Mestre. Both stations are managed by Grandi Stazioni and they are linked with each other by the Ponte della Libertà (English: Liberty Bridge) between the mainland and the historic city.
Venezia Santa Lucia is located in Cannaregio, the northernmost of the six historic sestieri (districts) of the historic city, near the western end of the Grand Canal. It lies at the 267 kilometres (166 mi) mark of the Milan–Venice railway. A bridge over the Grand Canal, the Ponte degli Scalzi (or Ponte dei Scalzi) (English: Bridge of the Barefoot [Monks]), links the concourse in front of the station with the sestiere of Santa Croce.
Since 2008, the concourse has also been linked with Piazzale Roma, the car terminal in the historic city and main terminus for all bus routes in and out of Venice, and by another Grand Canal bridge, the controversial Ponte della Costituzione (English: Constitution Bridge).