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flying into one city in italy and out of another... more expensive ticket?

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I see so many suggestions to fly into Milan and out of Rome, for example.
My husband and I have about 18 days in Italy hoping to spend time in Rome ( 5 days) a week in Florence , and some time in Venice. We are also interested in the Tuscany area thinking of staying there and taking day trips.
Does anyone have experience with airline booking into one city and out of another? I am wondering if it costs a lot more to do this. Thanks for this info. and ideas on itinerary.

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