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10 Day trip and want to see Rome - Florence - Cinque Terre - Venice

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We are planning an anniversary trip to Italy in late September. Using suggestions from the forum, we'll fly to Rome and spend three days, we'd like to then go to Cinque Terre for 2 nights, to Florence for 3 nights and then on to Venice and fly home from there. Does anyone have thoughts about this? We are anxious to see famous sites but also to wander down neighborhoods and to do some hiking. Going at full speed for 10 days is not the trip we want.

Can you get from Rome to Cinque Terre by train or is it easier to go to Florence first, spend a night and travel to Cinque Terre, then return back through Florence on way to Venice? Is there train service between Florence and Cinque Terre?

Any and all advice is appreciated as "planning" is difficult with so much to see in this country.

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