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Train rules in Italy

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My son will be travelling on a Study Abroad trip to Montepulciano, Italy. A large group will be going on weekend trips to both Venice and Sorrento. He will be cooking two-three nights on these trips. All of his recipes will require olive oil, but he won't be using it during the week as much. Can he purchase the olive oil in Venice, then just carry the open bottle back with him on the train to Montepulciano? Do the trains check your bags? He will only be using maybe 1/2 cup each time, so it is difficult to justify buying a new bottle for each of the weekend trips.

Any advice would be appreciated.

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