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We are planning a trip to Northern Italy in Sept. We hope to fly into Milan & use trains & buses to get where we want to go. I'm having a hard time figuring out the transportation options, though.

We want to go the Dolomites & do some hut to hut trekking. The website for the Dolomiti Bus is only in Italian, so I can't make sense of it.

We also want to go to Matterhorn via Zermatt. It seems there is a train to take you there from Milan, but I can't seem to find literal route info.

Finally, we want to spend some time in Piedmonte, eating, drinking, and resting!

Any suggestions, tips, or any other helpful information would be much appreciated!

Thanks!
Jenny

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