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Italy in January

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So we have decided to visit Italy for the first time in January.Will be landing in Milan and trvelling to the Dolomites for a week for snowboarding and sight seeing. We will be leaving Val Gardena in the Dolomites on the 18th Jaunary, 2014 and would be flying out of Rome on the 26th January (hence we will have 8 nights to make our way down). I was thinking of reaching Venice on the 18th and doing 2 nights in Venice. I was planning on reaching Rome on the 24th night, so that we could have enough time to visit the main attractions in Rome.

Hence that leaves us with 4 nights (20th to the 24th) to explore the regions between venice and rome. I had a few things in mind but was not sure what were the best months to visit these areas. Would definitely like to check out the tuscany region and was also interested in driving through the cinque terre regions. We would be hiring a car during these four days.

Hence I wanted some advice on what cities/ towns should we be visiting during these. We love the idea of travelling through beautiful landscapes and visiting small town that would give a authentic italian town feeling and are not filled with tourists.

Thanks,

Angat

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