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How much money for 2 weeks in Italy

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Hi guys,

My husband and I are going to Italy for 2 weeks in May and we are wondering how much money will be needed.

Basically we will use our credit card as much as possible, especially for big expenses like hotels. We are going to Rome, Florence, Pisa, and Venice. Do most of the restaurants take credit cards? We are not expecting to buy souvenirs, and will spend the majority of our money on food (we are foodies!), museums, and transportation. If that's the case, how much cash should we have per day?

Thanks a lot!

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