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Best place in Italy to visit??-for honeymoon

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My fiance and I are going to be traveling abroad for our honeymoon. Norway, Germany, Amsterdam and Italy. We have had smooth sailing with planning which cities, museums, tours we want to visit. We just can't decide if we want to do Florence and Rome? Or just Venice alone?
After researching, I know Venice is super special and romantic, but i also see it's a bit pricey. But i'm assuming it would cost about the same to do a Florence and Rome trip.

My thoughts are that after visiting 3 countries, we might be ready to wind down, take a long gondola ride, have relaxing and romantic dinners on the water and stroll through the city.
On the other hand, we want to go all out and experience as much culture as we can.
There are so many tours we want to do in Florence and Rome, so we'd definatley end the trip with a more "busy feeling", walking and tours.
Any thoughts or ideas?

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