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Lucca, Pisa, Florence, Venice - Please help!?

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In June we're having a extended family holiday to Italy, we're staying in Lucca, in a villa for a week.

After this week me and my boyfriend have planned to stay on abit longer, 5 more nights, possibly could extend this if necessary (budget considered)

I was thinking: stay in Florence for 3 nights then get the train up to Venice for 2 nights (because of a late flight home, would be 2 whole days to explore)

My question is: Should I stay 1 night in Pisa (afternoon & evening to explore, sleep and leave in the morning) and make Florence 2 nights?

Or any other suggestions?

Planning to do Rome on a seperate occassion, and friends have suggested Venice doesn't take long to see..

I am trying to keep cost relativley low (as much a possible) Planning to fly into Pisa and out from Venice!

Thank you in advanced! :)

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