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I am trying to plan a trip to Italy for late March 2014 thru early April 2014. The destination spots I am looking at is Venice, Florence & Rome. Is this a good time to travel? Is it better/cheaper to booked my entire trip through a guided tour company or plan my trip independently and just add a guided tour for certain attractions? Is 10-14 days good enough? And or does anyone recommend another city to visit by train while I am there.

Prices I am seeing from guided tour companies are between $3,000-$4,000 for Mar-Apr 2014 for (8-14 days). It includes airafre, hotel, some meals, some attraction fees, may or may not include tips. Of course none of this includes spending mone.

Thanks.

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