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Family trip to Italy & Switzerland - Venice and Tuscany

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I need help! We are flying into Zurich on July 15th and staying with friends for three days. Then off to Venice and Tuscany for the remainder of the vacation. I have booked 2 nights in Venice on the 18th and 19th, and planned to spend 4 nights in a villa in Tuscany exploring the beautiful towns including Siena, possibly Pisa. We are flying home out of Milan, where I plan to book a room for the last night before flying home to NY on the 27th. Our daughters are 13 and 14. I am open to driving and taking the train - but would love advice on how best to do it and where to spend the remaining three or 4 nights. Rome? Lake Como or Lake Garda? All things I am considering. I don't want it too hectic. My husband and I have been to Italy (on our honeymoon) and I visited years before that, but this is the first time with our girls and I want them to enjoy it.
Would love some advice!

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