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Trains in Italy

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Planning a last minute trip to Rome and Naples next week (3 nights in Naples/4 nights in Rome). We will be traveling from London early morning into Rome. We will then take the train from Rome to Naples. We are looking for the most cost effective way to get from Rome to Naples. I think the regional train is €10.50 per person and the IC is €22 per person, but it looks as though we could use the Bambi Gratis/free kids under 15 for the IC, but not the regional. So, if I am correct we can take the faster IC for €44 (2 adults/3 kids 13, 10 & 7) vs €52.50 for the slower regional. Is this correct? I don't think I need to book ahead since it isn't peak season, correct??

Any other tips for a family of 5 (three boys 13, 10 & 7) would be appreciated too!! Probably not much on museums, mostly historical sights, scenery, food - anything that keeps the kids active!! Thanks!!

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