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A taste of Italy in 11 nights

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We are a family of 4 from Australia. My husband and I have been to Italy about 20 yrs ago.So we feel like we are starting again. Our children are 13 and 14 and love travelling. We fly in to Rome on the 14th April (from Montpellier) 2015 and fly out of Venice on the 25th April. These are the things we think we would like to do but are open to suggestions. While in Rome (maybe 3 nights) have a day trip to Pompeii. Travel by train to Cinque Terra (stay 2 nights). Travel to Florence (with a stop in Pisa). Stay in Florence 2 nights. Travel to Venice 2 nights.That leaves 2 nights elsewhere. We would like to visit a walled town but maybe best as a day trip from somewhere perhaps Florence. Should we stay longer in Florence and do more day trips or stay somewhere else and do Florenec as a day trip. We will be travelling by train. We mainly want to show our children a taste of Italy but have time to enjoy the places we visit without getting on and off trains too much.

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