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Is it worth buying tickets on the Trenitalia website here? Do the website tickets automatically give us a reservation if needed or is this something we still have to get at the train station once there? If buying tickets there, is 1- 2 days beforehand enough time to get a reserved seat at a specific time or will we risk having to travel at other times?

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For trains that require reservations, the reservation is included in the price of the ticket whether you buy at a station or book online. Booking well in advance gives you the best chance of getting Amica fares (20% discount), but buying tickets 1-2 days ahead of travel will work just fine for virtually any train at any time of day. And you might still be able to get Amica fares.

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If you are taking an overnight train but in advance - those trains sell out quickly.