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Italy in August with kids

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going to Italy at end of of August for 10 days with my husband and three boys ages 16, 14 and 11. Flying into Rome, staying for three nights, then Florence for 4 and Venice for 3. Have to keep Rome in the beginning because flying into Rome and out of Venice. Concerned about the heat and was wondering if I should switch to Rome for 3, Tuscany (maybe stay at hotel with pool) for 3, and Florence and Venice for 2 each? Not sure I want to move around so much. Also, would love suggestions on fun things to do besides sightseeing. Cooking classes, Vespa tours,?

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