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Italy and Croatia (2-3 weeks) in September 2012

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Hi everyone,

My husband and I are traveling to Europe in September/October 2012. We are 29 and 30 yrs old. We have both been to Europe before and have visited the major cities and landmarks.

This time our priority is to spend enough time in each location to relax, explore, visit the beach when in seaside locations and eat great food.

We are flying into MILAN on 4 September and intend to spend 2 nights there.

We then have about 16 nights from 6 – 22 September and we would like to fit in the following locations if possible:

ITALY:
Lake Como
Cinque Terre
Portofino
Tuscany
Amalfi Coast

CROATIA:
Dubrovnik
Hvar

Does anyone have any suggestions as to the number of nights we should spend in each of the above locations and the order of locations leaving from Milan and ending in Rome as we plan to travel from the last of the above locations to Rome on 22 or 23 September to meet a relative for 2 nights.

We are thinking of going from Rome to either Sardenia, Corsica or Sicily for 2 nights. Any suggestions as to which might be the best option?

Then onto Malta from 26-30 Oct to attend a wedding and visit relatives.

Then we are thinking of going to Bordeaux (or somewhere different in France – suggestions welcome) for 3 or 4 nights, then Paris for 4 nights to visit a friend then onto London for 4 nights before flying home.

Any tips on the best way to travel from place to place?

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