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Train travel in Italy

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Hi there, we are group of students ages 19 to 23 travelling from Cape Town to Italy, Croatia and the Greek isles in June 2011.

In Italy we are thinking of traveling from Bologna to Venice, then Florence, Rome, and finally Naples. We are hoping to travel by train between these cities. In Florence we are wanting to go on a day trip to Pisa, is this trip by bus or train? and in Naples we want to go see Pompeii, once again is this by train or bus?

I was looking on the trenitalia website and found a train pass for 6 days in a month for students (traveling 2nd class) for 125 Euros. is this a good deal? or does it make more sense to book the trains seperately.
We are on a student budget and are trying to keep the costs down as much as possible.
At this stage we can change things around to whatever is most logical
Any advice would be greatly appreciated

Thanks in advance

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