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Maximizing Relaxation, Minimizing Hassles

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My partner and I leave in 2 weeks for Ireland, Italy and Croatia. I've got Ireland sorted out as I used to live there. However I need logistical help for our time in Italy and Croatia. Our first stop in Italy is Venice. Three days later I was planning on taking a ferry from Venice to Croatia. Croatia is a quick jaunt (we are just going for the waterfalls) and then we will be coming back to Italy. My main question is: does it make the most sense to go from Dubrovnik to Bari (via ferry) and then from Bari>Naples and then onto Almalfi Coast which is HIGH on our list AND then head back North because we'd like to spend time in Florence. OR does it make sense to come back to Venice and head South from there? The biggest challenge is getting from Croatia back to Italy in the time frame we want using the ferry system. Does anyone recommend the ferry from Venice to Croatia but then the train from Croatia back to Italy? The train scheduling seemed cumbersome getting from Croatia to Italy. Any recommendations for a route that make the most sense time and money wise is appreciated. I checked flights and it just doesn't make sense when you can't get a direct flight out of Dubrovnik into Italy.

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