Hi there, does anyone know if I pre-purchase an Italy rail pass for four days of train travel, will it have flexi capability? I don't want to use it for 4 consecutive days of train travel. I read that most of the passes come with the flexibility built in, and that you simply have to enter the days that you want to use the pass on your first day of train travel, on the ticket. I don't see anywhere where I can specifically buy a flexi-pass. I want to travel by train for 4 days within a 10 day period. If anyone knows the answer to this, I would appreciate your input! I don't want to purchase rail passes and then find out I have to use them for consecutive days. Thanks!
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