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getting from paris to florence via monaco

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We are committed to flying into Paris for our trip to Italy next month, so we would like to take an interesting route to Florence - via trains. We will be leaving Paris on the 24th of august and need to be in Florence by 5:00pm the evening of the 25th. We can do an overnight train from Paris to Florence ($$$), but we thought it might be fun to travel through Monaco - a place we have never been. It's easy to get to Monaco from Paris. I'm having trouble, however, getting from Monaco to Florence! SNCF will only take us as far as Ventimiglia.

Maybe this is not do-able? Can anyone recommend another stop between Paris and Florence which is easy to get in and out of?

Thanks.

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