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3 weeks- Italy and Croatia Trip Itinerary Help

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In a few months I will be heading to Italy (flying into and out of Milan) for 3 weeks. I want to make a loop, go south from Milan through the northern half of Italy, catch a ferry from Bari or maybe a flight over to Dubrovnik, then work my way back up to Milan through Croatia. While I've never backpacked Europe, I have backpacked in the Middle East and Asia and generally like to be very active and do as much as I can. I was looking for advice on an itinerary- where should I try to hit, how long should I plan on staying in certain places etc. I have a rough idea of the path I want to take below, any advice on what I should cut or how long I should plan on staying in each place (or if I should swap places etc) would be much appreciated. Thanks!

Milan- Genoa-Florence-Rome-Naples-Dubrovnik-Split-Zagreb-Venice (I've heard Ljubljana is well worth visiting, but fear that might be to much?)-back to Milan.

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