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Hello, my family of four will be traveling to Italy at the end of April and will be there for 12 days. We will start in Venice, then travel to Florence, then to Siena and finally to Rome. I have read that renting a car is not a very good idea due to restrictions in the cities and towns plus the costs. It seems taking the train will be easier. It seems the major trains run from city-to-city but was wondering if anyone has taken a local train from Florence to Siena and then a train from Siena to Rome? We thought about renting a car near Siena so we can see some of the countryside but worry about venturing into towns and violating ZTL's. Thank you in advance for any help that anyone can give.

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