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Italy (or other country) with a baby

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I am looking for suggestions on things to do in certain cities. My husband and I are trying to plan a very last minute trip to Italy or possibly another country in Europe with a 7 month old. I know we're probably crazy, but we figured this would be one of the last times that we'd be able to go for a while and it's our 10 year anniversary. Anyway, we are thinking Italy because we are familiar with it and could enjoy the towns without feeling like we needed to do a ton of sightseeing. On our last trip, we went to Venice, Florence, Siena, Bologna, Rome, Sorrento, Capri and a bit of the Amalfi coast and saw the major tourist attractions. We wouldn't mind returning to Venice, Rome and Sorrento/Amalfi coast or any other recommended area. The trip is probably going to be about 8 days/7 nights, give or take and we are probably in some part basing it on the cheapest flight we can find.

So any recommendations for things to see or do that maybe are not the main attractions, but still great and perhaps not as crowded and would be easier with a baby? It can be Italy or another country that you recommend.

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