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Itinerary advice for 9 nights

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Hi,

We got most of our itinerary (mid-May, 2016) planned but are still deliberating where to spend the remaining 2 nights.

Fixed: Landing late in Venice, departing late from Milan (MXP)

We think that traveling by train is better than by car, but are open to suggestions.

We wish to spend:

Venice: 3 nights

Cinque Terre: 4 nights

?: 2 nights

Our thoughts are, should we stop on the way from Venice to CT and spend there 2 nights?

Since we are not museums / churches / art type of persons, we didn't see Florence as a major attraction.

Parma and Bologna look nice, but we're not sure what to do there 2 nights.

We thought of going from Venice to CT, and then from CT to Varenna (Lake Como) and spend there 2 nights, but it'd mean spending another 5 hours on the train to get to Varenna.

Please share your ideas and remarks.

Thanks a lot! :-)

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