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Lots of help needed- First time going to Italy- Itinerary suggestions

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Help needed. I'm planning a trip to Italy with my daughter after her college graduation in May. We're both interested in going to Italy and I'm not even sure where to begin. I've been reading these forums for a few days and also bought a book to help me with the planning.

I was looking at the map and my first perfect looking itinerary would be starting in Venice then moving to Florence, Rome, Naples & then relaxing near the Amalfi Coast. We're planning on spending around 10 days there and are open for suggestions on other places to go. It looks as if there aren't flights from Boston/CT area that go into Venice I'd even consider flying out of NYC. I was trying to save time from starting either up north and heading down to Naples area or the reverse.

We're looking to take in all the sights but also relax some days. We're not looking to spend all our days in museums but don't want to miss anything that is a must see.

I know I have much research to do but was hoping for some suggestions on where to begin.
Help!
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