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How to organize a trip to Cinque Terre, Florence and Venice

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What is the most efficient way to plan a trip to theCinque Terre, Florence and Venice without using a car? I've read about flying into Pisa and then taking the train to CT. What should follow? Venice? or Florence? Is starting out in CT the best idea? Thought because the weather would be warmest it made sense to start with CT but open to all suggestions. How much time shoud be spent in each place? Should I fly open jaw or go back to Pisa and make it a round trip back to NY? I'm saying about 2 - 3 weeks would be right? Been to Florence but never to CT or Venice. Planning to go the end of August through first weeks of September. Need advise please. Thanks.

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