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10 days in Italy in mid-September

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My fiancee and I are traveling to Italy for our first time for our honeymoon in mid-September 2012 for 10 days. We will be flying in and out of Rome. Based on what I have found in the forums and working from a list of places we feel we must see, I have come up with a tentative itinerary. I could use some input from fellow Fodorites with the following 1) Is this itinerary feasable? 2) What is the best option for traveling from place to place? 3) Suggestions for MUST SEE places in each city 4) Suggested tweaks to the itinerary

The tentative itinerary is:

Arrive in Rome late-afternoon, spend remainder of that day and two more in Rome

Travel from Rome to Lucca, base ourselves in Lucca and spend one day exploring. Spend one day in Cinque Terre. Spend two days in Florence.

Travel from Florence to Venice. Stay in Venice and spend two days exploring.

On our way back to Rome, spend one day in Cortona. Arrive back in Rome and catch our flight to Paris, where we will spend three days.

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!

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