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Trenitalia tickets from Rome to Cinque Terre

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I would like to purchase some train tickets to travel from Rome to Cinque Terre and I have a few questions;

Our trip is at the end of May and need the tickets for May 26th, should I buy the tickets from here in advance or wait until I get to Rome?

Also, what is the difference between economy, 2nd class and 1st class? Is it worth the price difference to do 1st class or it's not that different?

The day we are traveling to CT, I would like to leave early from Rome to get to CT by Noon. when I look in trenitalia, it says there is a Frecciabianca 9762 train at 6:57 with a train change in La Spezia, then you have to take a regional train (Retionale 24490) to Corniglia. Arrives in Corniglia at 11:25. When I buy them, will it give me both train tickets the frecciabianca tickets and the Regional tickets or do I have to buy the regional train ticket over there?

After Cinque Terre, we are traveling to Florence and would like to stop in Pisa to see the tower but we are worried that we would have to carry our luggage. does the train station in Pisa have a place to leave the luggage while we walk around for an hour or two?

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