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Help Please - Rome to Pisa by Train?

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I've been looking into taking the train from Rome to Pisa along the coast, but I can't seem to figure out which train I want. I know I need to get to Roma Termini (Rome's Train Station) from the airport (no biggie). But from my research online, it appears that the train tickets from Roma Termini (Rome to Pisa)don't clarify whether the route goes along the coast or towards Florence, both options. Should I not worry and just arrive at the station and hope a station attendant can help me or is this something I should book in advance to our trip. We are going in late September. And in my past European train experience, booking first class train tickets don't afford much more comfort, etc... Is this true in Italy as well or is first class along the coast worth the extra money? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Best, Paige

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