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Easter in Tuscany and Dubrovnik

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I just spent two Christmases in a row in Europe and really enjoyed it. Not planning any European trips this year but am now thinking to see Tuscany (base in Florence) and Dubrovnik for ten days next spring. I'm wondering if the week right before Easter (Holy Week) would be a good time to go? I would like to see some of the holiday festivities but don't want to be in the middle of the tourist crowd who are taking advantage of the long weekend. Easter is late next year (April 16), so I am assuming that will be warm enough to take a boat cruise around Dubrovnik. The Dubrovnik Easter Fair appears to happen "after" Easter. Or should I try going at least two weeks before Easter, or a week after (in order to avoid the long Easter weekend there)?

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