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Would it be too much to take a train from Naples to Venice after just arriving in Naples from the U.S.? Our flight is scheduled to arrive at 6:00 am. There is one direct train at 8:15 am and that would be 4 hours and 45 minutes. Is it reasonable to expect to make it to the train station by that time, assuming we need to get through immigration, get our luggage and get a taxi to the train station? If not, how much time should we allow to get from the airport to the train station?

Any other trains would have a transfer in Rome, but that's ok if we need to do it. We are flying into Naples because the flights are extremely cheap, however, I'd love to get up to Venice for a night or two. We will then spend about 4 days in Rome and a few in the Sorrento area. I should also mention that we will have a baby with us. I figured even if we just headed up to Rome instead, we won't be able to get into an apartment for several hours because it will be too early and we could be in Venice by that time.

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