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Travel betw Malpensa and Monterosso

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Just looking for a little advice. Arriving at Milano 12:10 pm on a Sunday (clearing customs in Amsterdam but will have checked luggage) and plan to travel by train to Monterosso in 5-Terre. Is it totally unrealistic to hope to catch the 14:05 from Milano centrale (would mean catching the 12:43 from MPX to M Centrale)? There's a 12:43--> 13:35, and a 13:43-->14:30 (which would mean catching the 15:10 to Monterosso, a slower train that gets us in after our "official" check in time).

If I buy 1st class tix for the 14:05 train in advance, and we're late, can I just board the 15:10 later train or must I change my tix 1st ("Base rate" no change fee)?

Welcome any other thoughts or ideas too.


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