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Italy Itinerary - Puglia, Rome and ?

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We are going to Italy next month for a few weeks. We have been in Italy various time over the years. However we have never been in Puglia. This is the plan:

Lecce = 5 nights
??? = 5 nights
Rome = 5 nights

The ??? represents the original plan of 3 nights in Venice and 2 nights in Florence. I now feel this doesn't make sense. Plus I am iffy about Venice.

Then I thought this:

Lecce = 6 nights
Florence = 4 nights
Rome = 5 nights

This would entail about a 8+ hour train from Brindisi to Florence or take a one stop flight. This would be the big travel time. (The train trip from Florence to Rome is fast.)

At this point, I am unsure what really makes sense. In the past, Fodorites have been very helpful. Since we are getting down to the wire, I would appreciate any and all of your suggestions.

Thank you very much.

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