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Italy only vs. Italy and Spain or Croatia

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I traveled to Italy 2 years ago for 2 weeks and was in Rome, Naples, Pompeii, Florence, Lucca and Sienna. Loved the trip and now I am planning a trip with my husband who declined to go last time. He has no idea where or what he wants to go/do. We are going with a small group (10 people) to Florence late October and will be there for 7 days with day trips to Sienna and Venice. I don't want to fly all that way and spend only a week. Interested in spending either more time in Italy or going to Spain or Croatia. My husband has never travelled overseas or much at all. I want to add on at least a week to 10 days before coming home. We also have an option of adding on 4 days in Rome after Florence. I love pretty much everything experience wise. Art, history, architecture, hiking, outdoors, food, wine, ruins etc. He doesn't have any idea what he is interested in and has no real knowledge of any of the countries but is willing to try anything. Willing to rent a car if necessary if in the country side. Have experience on Trenitalia and comfortable with that.

I would really appreciate any advice and suggestions to help plan this trip.

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