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Milan - go or skip?

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We are landing in Milan in April to start a 10 day Italy vacation. Leaving out of Venice. Highlights of the trip will be Florence, Venice and some towns in between. Timeframe is mid-April.

Trying to determine whether to stay in Milan 1-2 nights at the beginning before taking a train to Florence. - or whether to skip it altogether and go to Florence directly.

Thoughts or ideas on what to do in Milan?
How far is the train ride to Florence?
1 or 2 nights in Milan if any?

tips, comments welcome!
thanks

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