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Family Italy Itinerary Help

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We are trying to plan a 2 week trip to Italy for a family of 4 in mid May. The kids will be 8 and 11. We were planning on flying in and out of Rome from Canada. The kids really want to see Rome. My husband and I have been to Florence, Milan and Venice. He isn't that keen on Venice but I was wondering if others have found Venice to be a hit with their children? What about Pompei? We were thinking of a few days in Rome to start, then travelling by train? towards Florence, maybe staying in a villa somewhere and doing day trips. Is it hard to do that via train or should we rent a car. I have also seen Verona mentioned as a good stop for kids to visit and I like the idea but don't know enough about it. We thought after a week in Florence, Tuscany area we could come back towards Rome and either stay there the last couple of days or do a night or 2 near Naples/Pompei? Any suggestions? We want the kids to see some things but also have some time to relax here and there.

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