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We are flying into Venice in November and have 7 days to see it, Rome and Florence. I have found a hotel in Venice that I like and it is close to the train station(Quarto D Altino?)…We would like to stay in Venice for a couple of days and then go to Rome…Should we use this train station( I hear there are two types of trains) and the where to we get off in Rome so that we are centrally located? Should we buy these tickets now or can we get when we get there?(there are 4 of us)…I have read some older forums which say you can get when you get there but I am a planner and don't want any problems and none of speak Italian...

Then we are going to stay in Rome for 2 or 3 days and go to Florence and end up flying back out of Venice….We have airfare booked but no hotels….I want this to be easy so would like to stay close to the trains we will be using but in clean, safe areas…We are all newbies so any advice would be appreciated regarding transportation….I am waiting to book hotels until after I figure out how far away transportation is.

Thank you.

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