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Travel time between Milano Centrale and Porta Garibaldi Stations

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Well, it has been way too long since we went to Europe!! Last trip was France in '04!

Anyway in my enthusiasm and a touch of forgetfulness about railway stations, I was a little surprised to find that the train we take from Florence to Milan does not go to the same station as the one that we then depart from on the next leg of our trip. Luckily I discovered this before buying tickets w/an undoable transfer time.

So my query: will it be difficult (in the experience of those who have done this) if we are scheduled to arrive at Centrale at 9:10 and will be departing from Garibaldi at 11:10? I know that things do not always run like clockwork in Italy.....

However, as I think back on our last trip to Italy in '00 the three different train journeys did run like clockwork, so probably (maybe?) this will be plenty of time and I have no need for concern. Any input to offer? Thanks!

PS After all the Trenitalia problems I have read about on here, I was nervous just now buying that portion of the trip, but that turned out to be easiest of all the trains I have booked!

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