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I am going to Italy for the first time this fall and plan on starting in Rome and going to Venice, Milan, Florence and Milan..not necessarily in that order. We would like to travel by trains but I am so confused with all the train systems. I did see there is a speed train but don't see a passage to Milan. I noticed Italy has their own trains and there is also an Eurotrain system..is that correct?? Are there anymore services I should be looking at? Please forgive my ignorance and confusion on this..I know I came to the right place for help with this.

Thanks in advance,
Angela

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