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Best way to see Italy with a teen?

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I've given up on the idea of trying to plan a 5-8 day tour of Italy (Venice and Rome really) by myself and am now looking at some of the tour guides. I don't have the time with my jobs and don't want the stress of trying to do it all - not a vacation to me.

I've seen mixed results for Gate 1 and Globus through this site. Has anyone has direct experience with these or another? I'm looking for only 8 days or less due to our schedules and we'd like to see Venice and Rome in particular. I'm thinking of Gate 1 as they have a ton of dates available for the Enchanting Italy version this summer....any expert advice? We are looking for some freedom to roam but like the idea of having the transportation and hotel already arranged - I could care less about all the niceties of high end hotels, more concerned about safety and getting around!

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