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Itinerary suggestion - Italy Dec 23-Jan 5 start Milan end Rome

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Hi,
We are hoping to visit Italy during the dates above in winter 2013. (Mother and two kids 18&22). Landing in Milan Dec 23. Departing Rome Jan 5.

I was thinking of spending week 1 in the north and week 2 in Rome and its surrounds. New years Eve in Rome. Christmas day/Boxing day in Venice.

What is a suggested itinerary ? We will have to travel by train. Interested in picturesque old world places. Sightseeing, a bit of shopping, restaurants, and absorbing the surrounds and culture.

I was thinking .....
Milan 1 night
Verona 2 nights
Venice 2 nights
Florence 3 nights
Rome 5 nights

Thought of side trips to Ravenna, Bologna whilst in the north. And any other suggested places from Rome.

Any suggestions / changes to the above most welcome considering the dates include public holidays over christmas etc.
Thanks

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