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Help navigating Italy please!

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My husband and I are traveling to Italy for 14 days in November, flying in and out of Rome. We want to spend a few days in Rome, Florence, Venice and Cinque Terre. We are thinking about doing Rome first, then flying to Venice and working our way back to Rome. We are having trouble determining the most logical route and mode(s) of transportation. We prefer to travel by train as we don't feel confident driving in the cities. We've never done a single European country completely by train. I prefer to go through an agency to purchase train tickets so that I don't have to guess the most convenient stations, fastest train, best routes etc. Years ago I used a great agency to purchase train tickets between Berlin, Krakow and Prague but I can't locate them.

Thanks in advance for any advice you can provide.

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