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How Many Days Should we Spend in Florence?

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Hello. I am planning a trip through Italy for myself and my boyfriend this summer, and was wondering how many days it would be appropriate to spend in Florence. At this time we plan to go for two week and spend

3 days in Venice
2 days in Bologna
2 days in the countryside of Tuscany
3 days in Florence
4 days in Rome

Allowing for travel, of course. However, my boyfriend has no interest in art and while he'll enjoy the iconic works like David and the Sistine Chapel, I am trying to add only essential art galleries to our trip. A friend suggested that we should spend fewer days in Florence and allow more time for Rome. I have never been to Italy, though, and would hate to rob us of any experiences.How many days would you think it is appropriate for us to spend in Florence?

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