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How many days in each and what route to take????

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Hi there!

My husband and I have a total of 10 days to spend in the following places we would like to visit:

Switzerland (Murren)

Venice

Cinqe Terre

Possibly adding 1 day in Florence

We will be arriving to Milan airport and we are not sure in which order we should be going first?

Our original was to do the following:

Arrive to Milan, take a train to Murren and spend 3 nights there

take a train from Murren to Zurich and then fly to Venice from there (spend 3 nights in Venice)

train to Florence (spend the day there and take a train to Cinque Terre) and spend 3 nights there

and then drive from Cinque terre to Milan and fly home.

How does this sound? Is there any other better way for the route? Thank you!!!!

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