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I have 10 days between these three cities and would like to keep my options open on when to move on to the next city. Is this a bad idea? Will I save more money if I buy tickets online prior to my trip rather than buying it the day before I want to take the trip?

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    That one is actually a very good idea! There are many trains every day, you won't have a oroblem finding the proper time to go from one city to another. Regarding the financial convenience of buying those tickets in advance, I'm not totally sure, but I'm pretty sure that prices will be the same biuying them in advance or buying them the same day of your trip. Enjoy those three great cities! about 7 years ago

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    Thank you! about 7 years ago

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    I agree with Surenio, I'm pretty sure the prices are the same, so I would just improvise it when you're there. You might like some city too much and decide to spend one more day. If you buy the tickets before you might be stuck with a schedule. about 7 years ago

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    Thank you. I will just wait until I get there to buy my train tickets. I am getting a hostel for the first two nights and then book the other hostel as I move to each city. I am nervous about hostels being fully booked but I hope since it's the first week of November, I won't have too much problems. about 7 years ago

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    You might try hostelworld.com. you can book the hostels in advance, and even pick the type of accommodation you want. Showing up without a reservation can be risky, but November is not the busiest time of year. The train tickets are always best purchased at the station either day of, or up to a few days before. The only thing the web page is good for is checking the schedules and routings. Most major stations have interactive ticketing machines, but cash is the best way to buy. Most people have issues with credit cards, both online, and with the machines. almost 7 years ago

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    I've just traveled from Venice to Rome via Milan & the Cinque Terre region near La Spezia. Once I arrived at each city, I was able to quite easily reserve a seat to my next destination for any day/time before leaving the station. almost 7 years ago

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    Thanks everyone! almost 7 years ago

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