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Train from Rome to Naples

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Hi all - We are flying into Rome in early April and plan to head directly to Naples when we get there. There are multiple train options in the afternoon but not knowing about flight delays, etc I don't know if I should buy tickets or wait.

Is it ok to buy them the day of at the train station? They don't sell out do they?
If I need to buy them ahead of time and we miss the train would they carry over to the next train or am I just out of luck?

We are arriving on a Thursday if that makes a difference.

Thanks!

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