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Traveling by train

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I am planning a 14 day trip to Europe excluding arrival/departure dates: Rome (3 days) , Florence (2 days), Venice (1 day), Paris (3 days) and London or Amsterdam depending on the most logical route via train and would like some input! I've come across multiple options such as Eurail or RailEurope and don't really know what the difference is between all these train options. Also, are those trains better to travel between countries and travel within Italy using another train option? Would a global pass or select pass be useful between the 3 different countries? But how do I get around in Italy between Rome, Venice, and Florence?
Thank you all in advance! My first time traveling to Europe and I overwhelmed.

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