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You Can Travel Around Italy for Less Than $25 This Fall

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Konrad Wothe/LOOK-foto/Getty Images

You can score great deals on high-speed train tickets between Florence, Rome, and Venice this fall.

Visiting Italy is a bit like discovering the discography of a prolific musician. You’ve got to check out the greatest hits before you can delve into the deep cuts.

Florence, Venice, and Rome are Italy’s most popular tourist destinations for good reason. They all boast fantastic history, a rich culture and exquisite food. And now you can visit all three for only about $23 (€20).

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GoEuro, a European booking site, has partnered with Italo Traino to offer deep discounts on high-speed trains between Italy’s most popular cities. The site is also offering one-way trains between the cities starting at about $11 (€9.99) for those looking for more flexibility in their travel plans.

In order to make the prices work, you’ll have to start in either Florence or Rome, with a Venice stop in the middle. If you book train travel between the three cities, the price of the tickets will stay at $23 (€20) if you book “open jaw.” It will increase to $46 (€40) if you book a return train to your origin city.

The tickets are on sale through August 31, for travel from October 17 through December 8. Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.

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