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Travelling by train in Italy

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My husband and I are leaving in a few weeks for a 2 week trip travelling through Italy by train. My question is whether we need to buy (or reserve) train tickets in advance or buy them at the train stations on the day of departure. We are flying into Milan and then going to Venice, Bologna, La Spezia, Lucca and Florence. Two of those trips (Venice to Bologna and La Spezia to Lucca) are on Sundays. We are catching another connection in Lucca and especially need to get there on time. Also, any recommendations on fast vs. regular train or various class options? Thanks for your input!

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