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1. Posted by Sam2000 (Inactive 121 posts) 5y

Hi all,

I was recently told to organised the family holiday and was let loose on the computer with my dad's credit card...which was great fun. We're going to Italy for 10 days doing a bit of a whistle-stop tour of major cities. Plan is Rome --> Pisa --> Florence --> Venice.

I was wondering what would be best with the Italian trains. Should I book the tickets now for all five of us (four adults, one child) between each of the cities or just wait till we get there and buy them on the day?

Would it be cheaper to get the InterRail one country pass? I think that was £400 for all of us last time I checked...

Any advice would be most appreciated!

Sam

2. Posted by Sam2000 (Inactive 121 posts) 5y

Any advice?

3. Posted by marc18 (Budding Member 2 posts) 1y

i found this website really useful! http://www.seat61.com/Italy-trains.htm

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5. Posted by blakestatn (First Time Poster 1 posts) 1y

I'm going to Italy in April and I've found Rick Steves' information on the trains/transportation really helpful.

https://www.ricksteves.com/travel-tips/transportation/trains/should-i-get-a-rail-pass