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Italy training with luggage forwarding

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Can anyone help please?
I am working on my itinerary for train travel in Italy. Because of some physical limitations I want to use the service which allows luggage to be forwarded without my muscle.

Trenitalia website > Other Services > Luggage transport > Easy luggage (TNT)> Check out our delivery times >
now I’m in trouble it’s in Italian!! Italian lessons not starting for a fortnight! What is CAP? What is localita? What is provincia?
Thing is even when I figure out what CAP, localita and provincia mean, then I enter the correct data the reply is going to be in Italian. My Italian lessons don't start for two weeks!
Trying to establish if I can use this service for: Rome to Naples – hotel to hotel; Naples to Florence – hotel to hotel; Florence to Padua – hotel to hotel; Padua to Bergamo – hotel to hotel - want to spend 3 or 4 days in Bergamo and use it as base to Lake Como for a day; Bergamo to Bern – hotel to hotel – this crosses the border however.

Anyone else used this service, know anything about it or can anyone suggest an English version or information?
Thanks to all

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