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Munich to Rome: How would you go?

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We will need to go from Munich to Rome this fall and I've been trying to decide if we should fly or take the train.

Flying is cheaper, but the Rome airport is a ways out of town and will require a train ride to Termini Station. The flight is only 1 1/2 hours. EasyJet is probably the best airline to take.

The train takes about ten hours, but goes through Switzerland so you're looking at some beautiful scenery. It's difficult, if not impossible, to book direct, so you go from Munich to Rome on a Deutsche Bahn ticket, then buy a separate ticket from Verona to Rome, which goes directly to Termini Station.

So. . . go for cheap or go for scenery? We don't need any extra time in Rome so that's not an issue.

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