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2 Week Italy Trip

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My boyfriend and I (both mid 20's) are planning a 14-16 day trip through Italy around May 14th-30th. This is our first trip to Italy and are having a hard time deciding on which cities to visit as well as how long to stay at each. We are both adventurous and want to experience as much of the country and culture as possible. Right now we are planning on flying into Milan and going to Lake Garda. We aren't sure if we should go to Venice or skip it and head straight to Florence. We then want to go to Rome and finally spend some days in the Amalfi Coast. We would then fly out of Naples. We plan on taking the rail to get to each city.

We are looking for some guidance on the itinerary. Should we skip Venice? Where should we base ourselves in the Amalfi Coast? We want to see Capri and Sorrento. Also, I've heard that the small towns in Italy are so charming and I would love to experience it. Any suggestions on which small towns and how to get to them if we done rent a car?

Any tips are greatly appreciated!

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