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10 days in Italy - where oh where do I go?

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The situation: I’m a 30yo solo female traveler, spending 10 weeks in Europe. I’ll be heading from Barcelona to Italy on Feb 22nd having spent the previous 6 weeks exploring Portugal and Spain. I have 10 days before meeting up with DM (rosetravels) on March 3rd in Rome and traveling to Umbria, Tuscany and the Marche.

What do I do with my 10 days?!?! I’m really into food and wine, weird saint body parts, and am willing to rent a car. I’d like to stay in 2-3 different areas and include Bologna in the itinerary, if possible. I’ve been to Venice and Florence and don’t want to go back (on this trip at least) and have also been to Rome (twice, but always happy to go again)

I could fly into Milan, Venice, or Rome.

Option 1: Milan, Piedmont, and Bologna
Option 2: Rome, Naples, and ???
Option 3: Bologna, Sienna, and Rome
Option 4: Some combo of any of the above?

I’m facing the paradigm of choice – there are so many wonderful places to see and do and so little time. Thoughts?

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