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  • November 26, 2018 19:59
    Jeff
    Change in reply by Jeff to For time spent in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow">Florence</a>, you can shop various city passes and tours offered by clicking here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-519" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-519">http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-519</a> <br /><br />City passes and tours for <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sienna" rel="nofollow">Siena</a> can be found here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-944" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-944">http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-944</a>.
  • November 26, 2018 19:55
    Jeff
    Change in reply by Jeff to You're welcome, Gary.<br /><br />If that is all the travel you'll be doing, then regular tickets will be your most economical option.<br /><br />Except for the Circumvesuviana, you would purchase tickets just by searching a route under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS' on the homepage of our website, <a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.raileurope.com</a>.<br /><br /><b><u>Rome FCO Airport to Naples and the Amalfi Coast</u></b><br /><br />When booking tickets for trains right out of the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Rome FCO Airport</a>, you would just type 'Rome Airport' in the field for the departure city. By doing one search from 'Rome Airport' to 'Naples' on <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/">our website</a>, the schedules that display will reflect the transportation from the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">airport</a> into the city of <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a> and the connecting trains down to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Naples</a>. Therefore, the tickets we issue would cover both segments.<br /><br />At the airport itself, the time it takes to get from the gate to the trains can depend on several factors. I would just recommend allowing a time that is comparable to the amount of time it would take for you to walk through a typical major North American airport and retrieve luggage. It is also recommended that you allow an additional hour to get through customs if your flight is arriving from overseas.<br /><br />As I've explained above, tickets for the Circumvesuviana trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Naples</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Sorrento</a> can only be purchased locally when you're in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/italy" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/italy">Italy</a>. That also applies to the SITA buses and ferries that go to the actual villages on the Amalfi Coast from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/city/sorrento">Sorrento</a>.<br /><br /><b><u>Amalfi Coast to Florence</u></b><br /><br />To get from the Amalfi Coast to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence">Florence</a>, you would again have to take the privately owned Circumvesuviana to get from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow">Sorrento</a> back up to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a>. Once again, tickets for the Circumvesuviana can only be purchased locally. If you need to, you would take a SITA bus or ferry to get back to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow">Sorrento</a> from the Amalfi Coast itself.<br /><br />From <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a>, you would take a direct high-speed train to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence">Florence</a>. Tickets from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/naples-florence" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/naples-florence">Naples to Florence</a> are purchased right on <a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link http//wwwraileuropecom">www.raileurope.com</a> under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS'. The trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/naples-florence" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/naples-florence">Naples to Florence</a> are high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow">Frecciarossa</a> or high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-italo-7544" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-italo-7544">Italo</a> trains.<br /><br /><b><u>Florence-Siena</u></b><br /><br />Tickets between <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-sienna" rel="nofollow">Florence and Siena</a> are also purchased right on our website. The trains running between <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence">Florence</a> and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sienna" rel="nofollow">Siena</a> are regional trains and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-intercity-7586" rel="nofollow">InterCity</a> (<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-intercity-7586" rel="nofollow">IC</a>) trains.<br /><br /><b><u>Florence to Rome</u></b><br /><br />To get from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow">Florence</a> back to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome">Rome</a>, you would take a direct <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590">Frecciarossa</a>, <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587">Frecciargento</a>, or <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-italo-7544" rel="nofollow">Italo</a> train. Tickets for the trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-rome" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-rome">Florence to Rome</a> are purchased right on <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/">our website</a> under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS'.<br /><br />If you plan to go straight to the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759">airport</a>, you would just have to specify so in your search by doing one search from 'Florence' to 'Rome Airport'. Otherwise, you would do a separate search for each segment (i.e. one search from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-rome" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-rome">Florence to Rome</a> and then another search from Rome to 'Rome Airport')..
  • November 26, 2018 19:48
    Jeff
    Change in reply by Jeff to You're welcome, Gary.<br /><br />If that is all the travel you'll be doing, then regular tickets will be your most economical option.<br /><br />Except for the Circumvesuviana, you would purchase tickets just by searching a route under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS' on the homepage of our website, <a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow">www.raileurope.com</a>.<br /><br /><b><u>Rome FCO Airport to Naples and the Amalfi Coast</u></b><br /><br />When booking tickets for trains right out of the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow">Rome FCO Airport</a>, you would just type 'Rome Airport' in the field for the departure city. By doing one search from 'Rome Airport' to 'Naples' on <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/">our website</a>, the schedules that display will reflect the transportation from the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow">airport</a> into the city of Rome and the connecting trains down to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a>. Therefore, the tickets we issue would cover both segments.<br /><br />At the airport itself, the time it takes to get from the gate to the trains can depend on several factors. I would just recommend allowing a time that is comparable to the amount of time it would take for you to walk through a typical major North American airport and retrieve luggage. It is also recommended that you allow an additional hour to get through customs if your flight is arriving from overseas.<br /><br />As I've explained above, tickets for the Circumvesuviana trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow">Sorrento</a> can only be purchased locally when you're in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/italy" rel="nofollow">Italy</a>. That also applies to the SITA buses and ferries that go to the actual villages on the Amalfi Coast from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento">Sorrento</a>.<br /><br /><b><u>Amalfi Coast to Florence</u></b><br /><br />To get from the Amalfi Coast to Florence, you would again have to take the privately owned Circumvesuviana to get from Sorrento back up to Naples. Once again, tickets for the Circumvesuviana can only be purchased locally. If you need to, you would take a SITA bus or ferry to get back to Sorrento from the Amalfi Coast itself.<br /><br />From Naples, you would take a direct high-speed train to Florence. Tickets from Naples to Florence are purchased right on <a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com">www.raileurope.com</a> under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS'. The trains from Naples to Florence are high-speed Frecciarossa or high-speed Italo trains.<br /><br /><b><u>Florence-Siena</u></b><br /><br />Tickets between Florence and Siena are also purchased right on our website. The trains running between Florence and Siena are regional trains and InterCity (IC) trains.<br /><br /><b><u>Florence to Rome</u></b><br /><br />To get from Florence back to Rome, you would take a direct Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, or Italo train. Tickets for the trains from Florence to Rome are purchased right on <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/" rel="nofollow">our website</a> under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS'.<br /><br />If you plan to go straight to the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow">airport</a>, you would just have to specify so in your search by doing one search from 'Florence' to 'Rome Airport'. Otherwise, you would do a separate search for each segment (i.e. one search from Florence to Rome and then another search from Rome to 'Rome Airport')..
  • November 26, 2018 18:48
    Gary Dakolios
    Change in reply by Gary Dakolios to Thank you again Jeff. <br /><br /> If I understand you correctly, we won’t need rail passes and will just need to purchase all of our 1st class tickets when we arrive. <br /><br /> I wanted to let you know our plans so maybe this will help provide additional information. <br /><br /> We will arrive at FCO, travel from there to the Amalfi Coast, then up to Florence and eventually back to Rome to depart. We plan to stay various days at all three stops, Amalfi Coast, Florence/Sienna and Rome. <br /><br /> Thank you again!.
  • November 26, 2018 18:22
    Jeff
    Change in reply by Jeff to The trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a> depart from the city of <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome">Rome</a>. Therefore, if you'll be heading straight to the Amalfi Coast from the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow">Rome FCO Airport</a>, you are first going to need to commute into the city to connect with your train to Naples.<br /><br />From <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759">Rome FCO</a> to the city of <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome">Rome</a>, there are airport express trains called the 'Leonardo Express', which depart every 30 minutes throughout the day, and the ride only takes about 30-35 minutes. The Leonardo Express trains depart right out of the airport and arrive into the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/rome-termini-central-station" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/rome-termini-central-station">Termini station</a> in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a>, which is Rome's main station. Conveniently, the train station at the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/leonardo-da-vinci-fiumicino-5759">Rome FCO Airport</a> is located in the area that's central to all terminals and is very easy to get to.<br /><br />A 1st class <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922">Eurail Italy Pass</a> is valid on the Leonardo Express trains. Leonardo Express trains do not accept reservations, so a 1st class <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922">Eurail Italy Pass</a> is all you would need to board. For the most comfortable travel experience, we do recommend booking 1st class. On trains in Europe, 1st class offers larger and more comfortable seats with more leg room. With fewer seats per train car, 1st class is also usually going to be less crowded and quieter than 2nd class..
  • November 26, 2018 18:19
    Jeff
    Change in reply by Jeff to Passes (rail passes) and tickets are two different things. A rail pass is something that covers ticket costs. Therefore, if there is a trip for which you plan on using a rail pass, you would not also purchase tickets, as that would be redundant. Not being aware of your intent to purchase a rail pass, my response above only addressed purchasing regular tickets.<br /><br />For the specific trip you mentioned in your question, only the 'Le Frecce' trains between <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a> and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a> are covered by rail passes. The Le Frecce trains include the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow">Frecciarossa</a>, <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587">Frecciargento</a>, and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciabianca-7588" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciabianca-7588">Frecciabianca</a>. <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-italo-7544" rel="nofollow">Italo</a> trains are privately operated, so these trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples">Naples</a> are not covered by rail passes.<br /><br />While the 'Le Frecce' trains are covered, they would still require reservations as a supplement to the rail pass. Since the trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a> require reservations, that means you will have to book a specific departure to make this trip. For travel with a rail pass, you would purchase reservations from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/rome-naples" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/rome-naples">Rome to Naples</a> by searching the route on our homepage (<a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com">www.raileurope.com</a>), checking the box that says ‘I have a rail pass’, and then indicating the type of rail pass with which you'll be traveling (i.e. a ‘Eurail Italy Pass'). Generally, 'Le Frecce' trains can be reserved once within 120 days of an intended departure date.<br /><br />Since the Circumvesuviana Railway (Naples-Sorrento) is privately operated, these trains are also not covered by rail passes. In addition to not being covered by rail passes, tickets for the Circumvesuviana can only be purchased locally when you're in Italy. This also applies to the SITA buses and ferries to the villages on the actual Amalfi Coast. For the Circumvesuviana and the SITA buses/ferries, you would just pay to board when you arrive.<br /><br />The <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922">Eurail Italy Pass</a> itself has to be validated for use within 11 months from the date of purchase. For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922">Eurail Italy Pass</a>, you would click here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922">https://www.raileurope.com/pass/italy-pass-5922</a>..
  • November 26, 2018 16:12
    Jeff
    Change in reply by Jeff to For time spent in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a>, you can shop various city passes and tours offered by clicking here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-511" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-511">http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-511</a>.<br /><br />For tours and activities in the Amalfi Coast region, click here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=57&amp;cities=regions-946" rel="nofollow">https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=57&amp;cities=regions-946</a>..
  • November 26, 2018 16:11
    Jeff
    Change in reply by Jeff to Hi Gary,<br /><br />To get down to the Amalfi Coast, you are right that you'll first have to take a high-speed train to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Naples</a>. The Amalfi Coast itself is only accessible by a private railway out of <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a> called the 'Circumvesuviana' and then a bus or ferry. Since it is privately owned and operated, tickets for the Circumvesuviana Railway can only be purchased locally when you're in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/italy" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/destinations/country-guides/article/italy">Italy</a>. The same is true of the connecting buses and ferries.<br /><br />The Circumvesuviana trains depart out of the Piazza Garibaldi station in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples">Naples</a>, conveniently located in the lower level of the same building as the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/napoli-centrale" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/place/napoli-centrale">Centrale station</a> (the main station in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a> where most trains from elsewhere in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/italy" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Italy</a> would arrive into, including trains coming from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a>).<br /><br />To get to the Amalfi Coast, you would take the Circumvesuviana its full route from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow">Sorrento</a>. From <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento">Sorrento</a>, you can take a SITA bus to the villages on the actual Amalfi Coast itself. Otherwise, you can board a ferry in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/sorrento">Sorrento</a> that you would take you to the villages on the Amalfi Coast. The buses run year-round, while the ferries are only seasonal.<br /><br />You would purchase tickets for your train from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/rome-naples" rel="nofollow">Rome to Naples</a> by searching the route under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS' on the homepage of our website, <a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com">www.raileurope.com</a>. The high-speed trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/rome-naples" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/rome-naples">Rome to Naples</a> are <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow">Frecciarossa</a>, <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587">Frecciargento</a>, <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciabianca-7588" rel="nofollow">Frecciabianca</a>, and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-italo-7544" rel="nofollow">Italo</a> trains. Generally, these trains can be booked once within 120 days of an intended departure..
  • November 26, 2018 16:09
    Jeff
    Change in reply by Jeff to Hi Gary,<br /><br />To get down to the Amalfi Coast, you are right that you'll first have to take a high-speed train to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/naples" rel="nofollow">Naples</a>. The Amalfi Coast itself is only accessible by a private railway out of Naples called the 'Circumvesuviana' and then a bus or ferry. Since it is privately owned and operated, tickets for the Circumvesuviana Railway can only be purchased locally when you're in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/italy" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/italy">Italy</a>. The same is true of the connecting buses and ferries.<br /><br />The Circumvesuviana trains depart out of the Piazza Garibaldi station in Naples, conveniently located in the lower level of the same building as the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/napoli-centrale" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/napoli-centrale">Centrale station</a> (the main station in Naples where most trains from elsewhere in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/italy" rel="nofollow">Italy</a> would arrive into, including trains coming from Rome).<br /><br />To get to the Amalfi Coast, you would take the Circumvesuviana its full route from Naples to Sorrento. From Sorrento, you can take a SITA bus to the villages on the actual Amalfi Coast itself. Otherwise, you can board a ferry in Sorrento that you would take you to the villages on the Amalfi Coast. The buses run year-round, while the ferries are only seasonal.<br /><br />You would purchase tickets for your train from Rome to Naples by searching the route under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS' on the homepage of our website, <a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow">www.raileurope.com</a>. The high-speed trains from Rome to Naples are Frecciarossa, Frecciargento, Frecciabianca, and Italo trains. Generally, these trains can be booked once within 120 days of an intended departure..

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