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Calling Train Ticket Experts

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When traveling by train most of the time we have had passes or just purchased as we go,especially in Italy. This time I think I would like to get our tickets online before we go.Where do I begin, which website, etc? Are they mailed to me or do they have to be picked up.Think I would want them in my possession when I left home. Also, advise on best trains to take between the cities would be nice to know. Obviously the shortest time and less changes but don't know if there is something else I should know. I see we will be able to take ES from Turin to Rome and that is a good thing.

Our itinerary is from Frankfurt airport to Strasbourg, Freiberg ,Lucerne, Turin and Rome.
Travel is end of August and in September.

Many thanks.

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