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    I usually prefer to buy my tickets on-line so it's one less hassle when you arrive. Plus, you can take your time with your selection. I don't think there is a difference in prices. over 4 years ago

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    I agree, and you can make the necessary and separate seat reservation at the same time. over 4 years ago

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    I've always bought them once we are there and never found it a hassle. In fact I've always found the Italian train system rather good. over 4 years ago

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    Yes, you can do it there, but... We prefer to purchase our tickets and also make the required reservations before leaving the U.S., so that we don't have to stand in line, hoping that we won't miss the train. Waiting in line to buy a ticket and make a reservation isn't my idea of how to spend my time on a trip. over 4 years ago

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    normally is better to buy on line, fast trains ( to rome, milan, venice) are normally fully booked during italian holiday time and on line you can choose the best offer on different days. If you need short transfer you can do when you are here. prices are the same. over 4 years ago

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    I just booked my trenitalia tickets online, if you book when ticketing opens( generally 3 mths early) you can get fares as low as 9 euros on express trains. Later on the same fares rise to almost 20 euros per head. Book early! over 4 years ago

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