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Italy trains question

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Hi all.

In three weeks we will be doing several days in Rome, Florence, and Venice in that order.

I was planning to buy train tickets once there to preserve flexibility in our planning. HOWEVER, a friend just mentioned to me that even in 3 weeks the train prices could go up drastically.

In your opinion, should I go ahead and book my Rome to Florence and Florence to Venice trains? Or since we are only 3 weeks out, just wait and buy there?

Thanks in advance....

Jess

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