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Help! Trying to plan a Girlfriend Trip to Italy

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I am trying to plan a girlfriends trip to Italy for three and having a difficult time figuring out the itinerary. We are traveling about 10 to 11 days in April 2017 and want to cover as much ground as possible. We are all in our ages 30s to 40s and single. We want to do the normal sight-see historic stuff, but also enjoy shopping, food, nightlife, beaches and meet people.

The places we would like to go and what I have gathered so far:

Flying from Los Angeles, CA into Venice.
Fly into Venice (2 day)
Florence (1 day)
Naples (day trip to Capri) (1 day)
Tuscany(1 day)
Almalfi Coast (2 days)
Cinque Terre (possible day trip from one of the other places?)
Rome (3 days)

Help! Is this possible. What places are not really necessary to go? Are there places I can get to easily from the the other without staying in a hotel overnight? What's the best way travel? Would I need to fly after I get to Venice or just when I get to Rome back home? Any other suggestions on where to go? Any suggestions on where we may not really want to go that's on the list? Should I spend more time in any of the other places than what I have next to each one?

Any help or assistance with this would be appreciated. Thanks!

Tina

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