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Italy trip--what to see/do?

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I'm visiting Italy with a few friends next spring (though it might be next fall). They have talked about a 7 day trip but I'm trying to convince them to add on days. I think we should see Florence/Venice/Rome/Capri. Are there any other must-sees? What's a realistic time frame and what sites should we plan to see?

Is it better to take the trains or a car? Is it better to rent hotels or apartments (they're are 4 of us, 2 singles and 1 couple). Is it better to stay in one place or travel every few days and stay in a different city--we'd planned on trying to rent something in Florence and taking trains to the other cities as day trips. Is it better to buy train tickets/attraction tickets in the US or in Italy?

I'd appreciate any suggestions.

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