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5 nights in Florence? 3 nights in Florence and 2 nights in San Gimignano?... ?

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I have 5 nights available in Tuscany. I just want to visit Florence, Siena and San Gimignano so I have two itineraries:

ITINERARY I: 5 nights in Florence

day1. Arrival.
day2. Visiting.
day3. Visiting.
day4. Daytrip to San Gimignano.
day5. Daytrip to Siena.
day6. Departure

ITINERARY II: 3 nights in Florence and 2 nights in San Gimignano.

day1. Arrival in Florence.
day2. Visiting
day3. Visiting
day4. Arrival in San Gimignano in the morning, check in at Hotel La Cisterna and visit the town in the afternoon (too little time?).
day5. Daytrip to Siena.
day6. Departure.

Would the switching places be too tiring? Is half a day enough to enjoy San Gimignano? Are 3 nights enough to visit Florence?

All of your comments/advice are appreciated.

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