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13 day Italy Itinerary - Help

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I would like to do Italy for 13 to 14 days (on the ground). I am thinking of Venice, Florence (although I am considering Tuscany instead) and Rome. I would like to do Mila (my wife is a fashion/shopping fanatic) but I am not sure.

Can you please help with an itinerary?

We both enjoy the spontaneity of travel, so we are not tied to do any one particular thing. We enjoy museums (me more than her as she did not like to Louvre). But we also like to cook and taste different cuisines, we love to view the shops, monuments and historical places.

We are not opposed to 3 or 4 main cities with day trips in between. We would like to do a cooking class in Tuscany and maybe the Fiat 500 tour in Florence.

I am not sure which cities would be best for our first trip to Italy as we cetainly cannot see them all in 13 days.

Would Milan be preferred over Florence?

How Many days in Venice and Rome?

Would it be better to base in Tuscany and day trip to Pisa, Florence, etc?

Thank you in advance for your help and suggestions...

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