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Train from Vienna to Milan

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I will be in Europe at the end of this month, and am getting my train tickets booked now. My trip is as follows: Paris > Milan > Vienna > Milan.
I'm going back to Milan because I have a friend there, and I am flying out from there as well.

I've had no problem booking my train from Paris to Milan, and from Milan to Vienna, but for some reason I'm having difficulty doing so for the last train ride of my trip. I went onto http://www.oebb.at/en/ to get my ticket for Vienna > Milan, but it says that it is not possible for me to purchase tickets online.

Am I going to need to purchase these tickets at the train station in Milan? I'm new to train travel, so I don't know any other reputable sites, where I should go from here etc. Any help would be appreciated! If I've left anything out that would help you give me a more thorough answer, please let me know.

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