We will be in Italy in the spring of 2010 and then going on to stay with family in Bosnia for another month. We have been only looking at flight options from IT to BiH, but are now considering that it might be fun to take the train from Florence or Venice. Does anyone have any idea how to even start evaluating this possibility, or what the best train route would be? We will be traveling with children 5, 3, and 1, so it would likely be the best option to have longer train rides where we had the possibility of purchasing an entire couchette (I don't know if I'm saying this right, but I mean buying all six seats in a little room). Also, being with the kids sort of eliminates long middle of the night stopovers, especially in any area that might have safety risks. Any input would be appreciated--thank you so much!
Getting from Italy to Bosnia via land
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