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There is an old post about trains from Paris to Florence. Wondered if someone could give me current information. We will leave Paris Oct 5, 2105 to go to Florence. My son wants to travel by train to see the countryside and to relax. I looked at Rail Europe and they transfer in Milan - Garibaldi to Central stations, looks like a 22 minute or 52 minute layover between trains to transfer from station to station - if we choose this option is this enough time?
I also saw that there are other routes, through Turin with other rail companies. What are your suggestions? Appreciate all the input!

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