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How much to pack for 2 weeks in Italy?

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I have been reading that carry-ons are usually the norm, but then I cannot pack necessity items such as razors, clippers, and all other toiletries. What does everybody do, buy these items once you get to your destination and throw it away before you leave?

Also, are laundromats easily accessible and not too expensive in Italy? I am going the first 2 weeks in July, so I have a feeling I'm going to need to wash clothes quite frequently if I'm going to be sweating in them all day.

Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated!

*traveling to: Venice, Florence, Isle of Capri, Pompeii, Rome.

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