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Does this itinerary make sense? Is it "do-able"

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We are planning a 3 week trip for next June. Traveler ages are 42, 40, and 8. We will be using only public transport (buses and trains). Does anyone see any problems with this?
Home---> Paris for 4 days.
Paris ----> Florence
Florence-----> Siena
Siena------> Rome
Rome -----> Barrea
Barrea-----> Naples
Naples ----> Home

Outside of the 4 days in Paris, we are open to filling the rest of the 3 weeks in each city. Is there one that deserves more attention than another? Siena and Barrea are important because those cities are where our families came from, so we don't want to miss out on them. i know whe can make day trips from Siena to Rome, but I really want to stay in Siena and reseach my husbands family heritage.

Any suggestions about is this is "do-able" and what anyone can recommend would be great!!!

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