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Best way to get to Verona from Milano Malpensa airport by train or bus?

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I've read different things and even the advice of the proprietor of the hotel in Verona is confusing. She said to buy tickets at Malpensa airport where you take the train from Malpensa to Milano Centrale and then change to Verona.She sait to buy these tickets at the airport. I read Do Not take the airport train it goes to a different train station in Milan and then you'll have to take a taxi or metro to get to Centale.
So which is correct??
When arriving in Milan Malpensa airport do you take the shuttle bus to Milano Centrale to buy tickets to Verona and at Centrale get the train? or do you purchase the tickets at Malpensa and get a train there which goes directly to Verona? Please be as clear as possible as I am at your mercy!
Once I figure out the proper way to get the tickets, the next question is that after staying in Verona three nights, we plan on traveling by train to Venice. Do we buy the tickets on the day we travel to Venice or should we buy the tickets the same time we purchase tickets for Verona, on arrival in Milan (at the airport, etc.)


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