I can take a direct train, no changes, from Salerno to Florence, but it won't get me into Florence until 4:36 pm. I can take an earlier train that will get me there around 3:20, possibly giving me a bit of the day to see a sight or two, but that means changing trains in Napoli Centrale. I'm on the fence about this one.
I only have a little time in Florence, at the end of my trip, though I have been there several times before (it's been a while, though).
Is it a real hassle to switch trains in Naples? Or is it easy, low-stress? I've never been to that station before. This will be in July and I'll have 15 minutes between trains.
I am very fit but very lazy and easily confused.
I'd appreciate any advice, opinions, scoldings. Many thanks!
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