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Best things to eat, see, do in Italy

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Hello!

I'm looking for personal recommendations of the best places to eat, things to do, and places to see in Venice, Florence (and surrounding area), and Rome.

I've finally booked all the travel accommodations and I'm ready to start planning some of the details, or at least make a list of options of things to do. We will be traveling in September/October for our honeymoon.

I would love recommendations for restaurants, markets, and things to do. Of course I know about the most famous museums, churches, etc. Really I'm open to any recommendations of must do/see places.

We will be spending 5 nights in each place. Staying in apartments in Venice and Florence and at the St. Regis in Rome.

I'd love for us to do a cooking class, and possibly hire a private guide during our time in Florence to explore outside of Florence a bit.

Thank you!

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