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Determing Location of FIRST BIG TRIP - Where do go in Italy?

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My husband and I are celebrating our 10 year anniversary in May 2015 and would like to plan a trip. We discussed Greece, Italy and Portugal, and have determined that Italy is our first choice. I feel very lost in trying to determine where in Italy to go - as we will not be able to do another trip like this for many years, so I need it to be very special. Here are some details - we hope to go for 12-14 days (including travel time - we live in Ontario, Canada), our budget is $7000 including EVERYTHING, we want to see beautiful villages and history, not big on the real tourist spots as it may be overwhelming. We love to walk little streets and we want to feel the Italian culture. We've discussed Rome, Florence and Venice - however, I would also like to fit in the Almfai Coast/Naples and do the island of Capri or Procida. We love the little colourful villages that look like Cinque Terre (which I also see in some of the islands). Venice is a most. After reading everying on the forum I don't want to make the mistake of trying to fit too many things in, which makes planning very difficult. Any advice would be greatly appreciated for this newbie traveller.

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