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2 nights in Naples-Paestum area

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We'll be spending 2 weeks in Rome in April 1-14 but would like to visit Naples while we are there. About ten years ago we had a car and did a day trip to Pompeii from Rome. That was exhausting. This time we were thinking of staying in a hotel, possibly in Salerno, and traveling by train. We know we can get from Rome to Salerno, Pompeii and Naples. Is it possible to get to Paestum by train?

Basically, is it advisable to use the trains to do all this or would we be better off renting a car to get to Paestum?

if you recommend trains, is there a cheaper better way to buy tickets than one ticket at a time as needed?

We welcome all comments, advice, recommendations and warnings. If anyone has favorite and inexpensive places to eat in Naples and Salerno, we'd like to hear about those, too!

Thanks for your help.

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