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Italy, Switzerland, France and Spain

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I am looking to travel the "Italian Riviera, heading towards the French Riviera, and ending in Spain. I would like to take a little jaunt to Switzerland and cannot find an "overnight" train service that would get me there. I would like to reserve a "room" where my family and I can sleep, but I can't seem to locate a train that offers this. I have found seats, but no beds. We are four traveling and two berths is not at all out of the question. Any suggestions??? We could really leave from anywhere in Italy. I used Rome as my destination, as I assumed it was the most popular area to start. Also, anywhere in Switzerland is also open.

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