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Florence to San Gimignano to Rome OR Daytrip Only

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Wanted to get your thoughts on what would be a better itinerary option:

6 nights in Florence (day trip to Cinque Terre one of the days)
Bus/Train to San Gimignano
1 night in San Gimignano
Bust/Train to Rome

6 nights in Flofrence
Day trip to Cinque Terre one day and San Gimignano another day
Train to Rome

For reference, if I were to stay in Florence only, 3 days will be sufficient enough for me.

It looks like the day trip costs are not that much more than spending the night there separately (train, pay for a hotel there etc). I will be more swayed to do the daytrip options if its easier to go to Rome from Florence but if San Gimignano is on the way transportation wise (bus or train) then it makes sense to just spend the night there. Thoughts?


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