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Fly to Nice...then to Cinque Terre...?

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Hello...I know I have been given some very useful advice concerning this trip. I am back to planning it and I am wondering if anyone has any thoughts....

- travelling via public transportation throughout this trip
- looking at July (lavender)...
- want to do day trips and have some down time at the beach
- hoping for 14 days (12 days)...trying for 16 days....
- travelling solo for most of the trip

any thoughts...

I would really love to get to see the lavender and not just a fleeting view from a tour bus window. I also don't want to miss the lavender all together by starting off in Italy. If I flew to Nice and spent a couple of days there, then find some place to stay in Provence and then train to Cinque Terre. Am I thinking about this all wrong? Many thanks...

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