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13 days in Italy with 2 children (10 & 12 yo)

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hi there! I'm planning a December trip to Italy with my 2 children, and here's the plan:

Day 1 -4 : Rome (4 nights)
Day 5-8 : Florence (4 nights)
Day 9-10- Venice (2 nights)
Day 11-13: Milan (3 nights)

We are flying from Singapore to Rome and back to Singapore from Milan (open jaw ticket), and will be taking trains between the cities.

I would like some recommendations as to which areas in each city to stay, bearing in mind that we will not be driving. It would also be great if we had accomodation near the train stations so we wont have to carry/push our luggage too far, since it'll be me alone and the 2 kids.

Any recommendations on family accomodation with a kitchen and laundry would be great too. I am contemplating booking some apartments via vbro or airbnb - would this be a safe option, or is there a high chance I might end up stranded inthe streets of Italy (haha, being a bit dramatic here)?


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