Rome: Trenitalita from Florence to Rome

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In my recent trip to Europe I was able to try all kinds of transportation. In Spain we drove a rental car and flew to Florence. This time we took a train to Rome for 1 1/2 hours.

I would say taking the train was the easiest and most comfortable way to travel in Europe for shorter distances. You can arrive in the station just a few minutes before departure assuming you already have your tickets. There’s no security check or long queues either.
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We got a 1st class seat that has assigned seating.
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That’s all our luggages. Mine is the smallest blue luggage at the bottom left. When you travel by train I suggest you travel light since you have to haul it into the train yourself. There’s nobody to help you.
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I didn’t use the bathroom but it was big and clean.
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Our ticket was a super economy meaning no changes and no refund. We paid only €29 for a first class seat to Rome.
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We were given a free drink, a pack of cookies and wet wipes.
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I didn’t see much of the view because I quickly fell asleep.
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We arrived in Rome’s busy Termini station and looked for the driver who was picking us up.
Rome Termini station

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The owner of our B&B in Rome arranged for a van to pick us up at the station.
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Here are some shots of Rome that I took while in the nice van.
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