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Hi,

I'm starting from Amsterdam and ending at Venice. I would like to visit French/Italian countryside or villages on the way to Venice. I have about 20 days starting in France to the end of my journey.

For ease of transport, can I do this by train only or should I rent a car in France or Italy? I don't like driving steep/hilly roads.

My interests include sightseeing, open spaces, winery visits, experiencing local culture, and not rushing around.

I would like to incorporate a stopover at Cinque Terre.

Thanks.

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