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Help! Itinerary for the Veneto, Milan, and Cinque Terre

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Greetings Fodorites! I’m planning a trip for July 2013 to the Veneto with a stop in Milan and Cinque Terre, and I would love some advice. I’ve been to Italy twice before, and have seen all the big cities (Venice, Rome, Florence) and have spent some time in Tuscany, as well as Sorrento and Naples. Here is my current itenerary:

4 nights in Venice with trips to Murano, Burano, and maybe Torcello and the Lido
3 nights in Verona with day trips to Padua and Vicenza
3 nights in Bologna with a day trip to Ravenna
1 night in Le Cinque Terre
1 night in Milan

Now for the questions.
Should I stay in Padua or Vicenza instead of Verona? I’ll be 18 when I go, and while I LOVE art, history, and soaking up the culture, good nightlife is a must. Will Verona be too quiet in the evening?
Any cities I should cut out? Or, are there any cities that I should cut time from?
Have I missed anything? I don’t want to travel any farther south than Bologna.

All feedback is welcome :)

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