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Hi, we are going to Italy and plan on taking the train for the following journeys:

1 trip Venice - Florence

1 trip Florence - Pisa

1 trip Pisa - Florence - Rome (Trip to Pisa will be a day trip, return same day and same day late evening/night train to Rome)

1 trip Florence - Rome

I checked the fares for the above mentioned itinery on raileurope and find the prices high. Is there any other website which offers lower fares? I also looked into the Rail Pass which starts at 3 days, whereas we will only be travelling on train for 2 days, so that option is out.
Another question is is there any card/pass which offers unlimited travel on the public transportation (boats, bus, train etc) for Venice like the Swiss Pass? We will be flying into Venice Marco Polo Airport and staying in the Mestre region for 2 days. So we will be taking lots of trips on the bus/boat/train etc. Thanks in advance for replies.

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