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Italy June/July with teenage boys

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Looking for recommendation for 1-2 home-base locations between Venice and Rome for a family of 4 with active 16 & 18 yr old boys. We arrive in Zurich on June 25, depart Rome on July 10. We plan on seeing friends in Zurich for 1-2 days, doing some hiking, then either heading to Area 47 in Austria then Venice, or directly to Venice.

Any thoughts on Area 47 would be appreciated! Ideally I would like to find 2 places for 2-4 nights each between Venice and Rome that we can experience local life, but also go to a beach/hike/other cool stuff teenage boys would like. Maybe Ferrari tour?

Was thinking Cinque Terre, but think it will be very crowded. Maybe Elba? Is it worth the trip?

We will cap it with 3-4 nights in Rome. Distant family is from Gaeta, so may do a day or overnight trip from Rome. Will be a game-day decision.


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