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First Time to travel to Italy - 2 week trip end of September

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My husband and I are in the beginning stages of planning a trip to Italy in September. Neither of us have traveled to Europe and it can be a bit overwhelming because there is so much I want to do! We are planning on spending most of our time in Italy and then spending the last couple of days in Paris. I know that there will be a lot of sight seeing, but we also want to relax and enjoy ourselves.

We will be flying into Rome. Florence, Positano, Cinque Terre, and Tuscany have been recommended to me. I'm trying to decide how many cities to travel to and how long to stay in each. Also, in what order?

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