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Purchasing Italian Rail Tickets in US & Firenze Card

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My husband and I are planning a trip to Italy in July starting in Florence, then traveling to Vernazza and Lucca, and departing from Bologna. I would like to purchase train tickets in advance for each leg of the journey from the trenitalia website but it must be too far in advance; the website won't list any available routes. Does anyone have any information on when I can start purchasing tickets from the US? I would like to take advantage of any economy or super-economy fares by booking early. Also, has anyone used a Firenze Card in Florence in July? Does it really eliminate waiting in line without reservations at places like the Uffizi during this busy time? Thanks in advance for any insight!

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