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Train pass for travel in Italy, France, and Netherlands??

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My brother and I will be traveling around Europe for the first time at the end of August and beginning of September this year. We have been searching rail pass sites looking to see if they will save us money, but have just gotten more confused... does anyone have any input on whether or not we should by a rail pass just in italy? or maybe a eurorail pass for 2 countries? or go day to day? what about buying ahead of time online instead of waiting until we're in Europe? Here's our (current) itinerary:

Pisa - Florence
Florence - Venice (and back to Florence)
Florence - Rome (and back to Florence)
Florence - Milan
Milan - Paris
Paris - Amsterdam (and back to Paris)

please help us!!

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