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Italy in November

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I'm looking into booking a short trip to Italy during Thanksgiving. A friend of mine will be just finishing a semester in South France and I plan to meet up with her in Italy for a few days of sightseeing. We haven't decided on anything for sure yet, but we're leaning towards Florence or Venice. I know Venice is easy to see in a short period, and it also has the most convenient departure flight from the States for me. But we'd also love the art of Florence (and maybe a quick trip to the Tuscan countryside). We'll be two women in our twenties traveling alone until we meet up and really just need some guidance on the best place to go for now. (I definitely plan on going back for a more extended stay in the future.)
What's your advice on the best place to go (feel free to throw in other cities too) for a Wednesday-Sunday trip? We're very spontaneous, fun loving people who want to make the most out of life on a little whirlwind trip! Heavy planning ahead and detailed itineraries are not our thing, but I do want to make sure we get off to a good start :)

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