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Another (sorry) Italy train question

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I'm booking train tickets from Florence S.M.N. to Venice S. Lucia and, Venice S. Lucia to Milan CLE. I have looked at both Trenitalia and Rail Europe and Rail Europe is quite a bit cheaper, even including the $7.95 shipping (for an e-ticket!) Also, on the Florence to Venice portion, there are trains that Trenitalia does not offer., specifically, in addition to Trenitalia, there is an Italo, which is cheaper and offers free wifi. Difference between the two? Is there any reason to book with Trenitalia over Rail Europe?

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