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Best route for our trip: Rome to Milan by train

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I have two questions:

1. My husband and I are travelling from Rome to Milan. We must end in Milan because we are staying with family there before taking a flight to Berlin to stay with family. Originally the order by train was Rome, Florence, La Spezia/Cinque Terre, Florence, Milan.

Then, I read somewhere to do this order: Rome, La Spezia/Cinque Terre, Florence, Venice, and Milan.

Has anyone done this before, or have any ideas? I am not sure why the second option is better.

2. Does anyone have an opinion of how long to spend in Cinque Terre? One full day (2 nights) or 2 full days (3 nights)?

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