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Italy for New Year's

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Hello,
I am going with my husband and my children (ages: 9, 12, 17) to Italy for the last week of December on a church event. I have 3 extra days to explore, which are Jan 2-4. We would be heading home on the 5th.
I've been to Florence and Venice in March (which was cold too) and will have the opportunity to visit Rome for a second time a bit during the week of our event.
Any suggestions as to where I can visit during this time of year? I heard it's cold and a bit rainy. I am assuming many things will be closed those days? We love quaint towns, nature, but we also enjoy art. My younger boys have never been to europe.
Thank you!

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