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SO next year when I visit Italy, I will need to eventually make my way from Rome Down to Catania. I considered catching an early train to Naples and then a night train to Catania so that I could have a poke around Naples for a few hours. Would there be a safe place I could leave my luggage in order to do this or do you suggest a faster alternative?
I read about a night ferry but couldn't find a lot of info on it. Any advice from seasoned travellers would be great!
Also, basically I am planning about 8 bigger train trips between cities SO should I get a rail pass or purchase these separately? They are only inside Italy. And I am happy to catch a slow train

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