I'm in my early twenties and am a relative travel noob (done some domestic traveling, been to Nicaragua, Paris, and will soon be going to Mexico) and will be starting a new job soon. I have two weeks off in between jobs, and am considering a solo trip to Europe. Since I've only been to one city in Europe, I was thinking a tour of Italy might be a sensible return trip. I'm thinking of going to Rome, Florence, and cinque terre.
Does Italy make sense in July or will it be too hot/crowded? Is it a good place to go solo? What do you guys think about the cities I've chosen? Any help would be appreciated, I am having a lot of trouble making these decisions!
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