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Asti, Acqui Terme, Alba or Bergamo?

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We'll be in the Milan area in mid-April, staying in town for 4 nights, and then transitioning to Florence. We'd like to spend a couple of nights in the Piemonte/Lombardy area before heading to Florence and are having trouble deciding where. We've found some lovely looking accommodations in each of these places.

Agenda will be some relaxation, great vistas, charming small towns and delicious food and wine. This is a trip with our college-age daughter, who is spending the Spring semester in Florence. We got great roundtrip tickets to MXP and will be there for 2 nights on our own, then she'll join us for 2 nights, we'll spend another 2 nights in XXXXXX and then drive to Florence for 3 nights.

Thoughts or Suggestions?
Thanks!

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